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Tortilla Soup Quest/Challenge roundup #6 (the final roundup)

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Okay, so it took me FAR too long to get this final roundup posted, and for that, I apologize.  It's been madness around here this month. MADNESS, I say.  Today I will be sharing the final bowls of Tortilla Soup brought to my year-long quest to find the ultimate Tortilla Soup.  Just a roundup.  I will be doing a separate post soon (hopefully soon) in which I share observations and what I've learned after being exposed to an infinite variety of Tortilla Soup recipes...plus I will unveil MY favorite version after all this time.  So, without further ado, I bring you the final installment of Tortilla Soups from my quest.
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First up is Carol from There's Always Thyme to Cook with a luscious, Creamy Chicken Tortilla Soup that was topped with lime, sour cream, fire-roasted salsa, and avocado.

Faith from In the Kitchen with Butters made a tangy and tempting Tortilla Soup with Lime that puts a smile on my face just looking at it.

This Chicken Tortilla Soup from Erin at Art+Food+Life found that when it comes to Tortilla Soup, she enjoys a simple soup best.  Me too!

Claire from Chez Cayenne has a great suggestion...grill up some veggies for your meal one night, and then use the leftovers to make this fantastic version of Grilled Vegetable Tortilla Soup.  On my summer to-do list, for sure.

Another one I'll be sure to try is this mouth-watering Shredded Beef Tortilla Soup from Danielle at Cooking for my Peace of Mind.  Combined with earthy poblanos, green oregano, and dried pasillas, it's a sure-fire hit for me.

And to close the show on this final act of the year, I (Heather at girlichef) was inspired by that creamy version up top, but needed to add a little creeping heat to mine in my take on Creamy Chicken Tortilla Soup w/ Chicken & Corn.  So tasty.

And that concludes the final roundup in my Tortilla Soup series.  A mondo thanks to everybody who participated, I couldn't have done it without all of your delicious help!  Stay tuned for the "Wrap-Up" post that will be coming soon...

17 comments

  1. Would love to dive into each bowl.

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  2. Has it really been a year!!

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  3. Thanks for including me! I love the roundup, I have to start trying some, they all look fantastic!

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  4. What a tasty post; looks fantastic; I have never made tortilla soup; very temepted to try.
    Rita

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  5. I am hard pressed to pick a recipe with which to start. They all look wonderful and I'm sure each is uniquely delicious. Another great job, Heather. Have a wonderful weekend. Blessings...Mary

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  6. Que bom aspecto
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    delicious
    :)

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  7. Wow these all look delicious! Here's my all-time favorite way to make tortilla soup, http://www.skinnykitchen.com/recipes/heavenly-chicken-tortilla-soup/

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  8. Being a Chicken Tortilla Soup fan, I'll be looking forward to your opinion on favorite.

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  9. What a fabulous roundup! I have never made tortilla soup before, and now I have a bunch of recipes to try. Can't wait!

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  10. sorry i was out of the blogworld for a month - would have loved to send an entry for this one - great collection of soups here!

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  11. Can't wait to read your tips and see which is your fav.

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  12. I'm still seriously in shock that it's been a whole year! Time flies when you have good soup to eat!

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  13. YUM! what a roundup. i'm battling laryngitis at the moment and can think of nothing better to wake up my tastebuds than a warm cup of tortilla soup.

    i couldn't seem to link mine up a few weeks ago, but honestly i'm fixing for a bowl of your really creamy version!

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  14. That is a great roundup and delicious looking soups :)

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  15. They all look so good. I am bummed I didn't get one done for the final round up. ;-( Where does the time go?!?

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