A burst of fresh lemon juice, added just before serving, makes this soup sing.
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.
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This soup was delicious and had great depth of flavor. The lemon and dill brighten the broth refreshing finish. I didn't change a thing (other than to cut the recipe in half). Even then, there was plenty for a light supper for two adults with a quart left over. This is my new favorite summer soup. Thank you Tony Rosenfeld!
Excellent. Nice zing with the lemon and dill.
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