Are you looking for a quick and easy soup recipe? What about a soup recipe that is versatile and you can have on the table in less than 15 minutes? What if I told you that this recipe is low-calorie, healthy and hearty, plus full of vitamins, fiber, and minerals and is out of this world delicious? Have I got your attention? You are in the right place!
You have to try this easy Roasted Pork Stoup! It’s simply out of this world! Salsa verde and cumin give it a southwest kick, and fire roasted tomatoes give it a wonderful depth of flavor. Best of all, you just dump everything in a pot and heat it up. So, its perfect for days when you don’t have the time, or inclination to make a big meal. It’s also really easy to change-up to accommodate your family’s taste. Substitute chicken for pork, and you have a winner. Want a meatless meal? Simply leave the pork out and use vegetable broth. However, you decide to prepare it – it’s delicious!
I served it to friends for lunch one day, and they gave it rave reviews and asked for the recipe. In fact, when I ran into them the other day, they told me they liked it so much, they have made it at least once a week since they had it at our house. That’s high praise!
What is stoup, you ask? I’ll bet you are wondering if I know how to spell or thinking that this has to be a typo… Well, stoup is actually a word that I believe Rachael Ray may have coined. According to Rachael, stoup is thicker than a soup and thinner than a stew, and best of all, it’s a one-pot meal. So, whether you are having friends over for a hearty meal, or just feel like hunkering down at home on a cold rainy day, this easy Roasted Pork Stoup is perfect! It’s so easy you can make it in your sleep. Pick up shredded pork from your favorite barbecue place, or a deli roasted chicken, on your way home from work, and you can have a scrumptious and nutritious meal, your family will love, on the table in less than 15 minutes.
The ingredients are simple: a jar of salsa verde, reduced sodium chicken broth, a can of black beans, two cans of fire-roasted diced tomatoes, a pound of shredded roasted pork, or cooked chicken, fresh parsley, ground cumin and kosher salt and pepper.
To make easy Roasted Pork Stoup, simply add the salsa verde, chicken broth, black beans, fire-roasted tomatoes, low-sodium chicken broth, your pork or chicken, and ground cumin to a large saucepan or Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat to medium and simmer for about 10 minutes. Stir occasionally.
When its done, add chopped parsley, taste and add kosher salt and ground black pepper if needed.
To serve, garnish with a dollop of sour cream and chunks of avocado, and serve with tortilla chips. Optional, squeeze a little fresh lime juice on right before serving.
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