A little sherry vinegar adds just the right amount of acid to brighten up this earthy soup.
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If you made the chicken broth yourself, use the meat from that bird; otherwise you can use the meat from a store-bought rotisserie chicken.
Very delicious. Subbed green beans for chard and dried mushrooms for fresh because that's what I had. The sherry vinegar and Parmesan add so much balance to the flavors.
best soup I've ever had!!
Outstanding flavors! At first my husband said it was OK. Then he said it was pretty good. Finally, he said it was a keeper. Great depth of flavors in this soup. Don't skimp on the ingredients (used the full 2 T of sherry vinegar) and don't omit any to get the full taste.
Which vinegar is it? The balsamic (as mentioned in the introduction) or the sherry (in the list of ingredients)?
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