One of my favorite soups ever. It's delicious and refreshing-- which can be refreshing in the dead of winter.
My husband is not a soup fan, but still raves about this soup. Try it; even if it's only to smell the saffron & thyme cooking in your kitchen.
I've been making this soup every year since it was first published. I buy a roasted chicken and take the meat while it's hot and use it for the soup (as opposed to left over chicken). I also vary the pasta. It's quick, healthy, tasty, and a great addition to the bachelor pad's dining menu.
My family thought this soup was mediocre at best. It was very bland and completely uninteresting. While not inedible, it is not worth making again. In fact, no one was willing to eat the leftovers and it ended up going down the disposal. Quite disappointing.
I enjoyed this recipe. Easy, quick and flavorful. I think it would also be good with carrots, peas, etc. in addition to the corn.
Easy and delicious. The kids loved it!
Great sick in bed, yet refreshing comfort soup. It is very easy to make, no special skills required. My 3 year old son loves it too! The saffron adds an extra twist.
This soup has become my favorite chicken soup to serve to my family and friends. I've rarely served it without being asked for the recipe. It recently brought extra comfort to a friend undergoing chemotherapy. Although her mouth was very sensitive because of the treatment, the soup was easy on her tongue and palate. The saffron and lemon are suttle but add delicious flavor. For extra color I add a touch of chopped carrot.