This is definitely in my "make again" file. Very easy to whip up on a weekenight. I skipped the cheese and don't miss it. The pork was so tender and the soup did get better as leftovers the next day.
Pork and Wild Rice Soup
BeckiSue Posted: 12/17/10
Polychrome Posted: 12/06/10
We substituted feta and lemon juice. This was fairly easy to put together, and absolutely delicious.
bp4380 Posted: 11/15/10
Absolutely delicious!! I love the hint of lime and cilantro. We will definitely be having this again, soon!!
jsg11991 Posted: 11/15/10
Very yummy and satisfying. The heat from the serranos is very comforting on a cool fall night! My husband really loved the heartiness of the soup.
lgpcook Posted: 11/15/10
My family really enjoyed this soup. It was very flavorful and complex. It was simple and quick enoughto make on a weeknight, which is a must for me!
liafinney Posted: 04/07/11
I hate to be the odd man out here, but upon my first taste of this soup, I thought I was going to have to toss it out! Part of the problem is using boxed chicken stock, as I usually use my own...but all I had left was 1 cup which I subbed for the water. After my initial disappointment, I added a jalepeno to the 2 serranos and a heaping tablespoon EACH of cumin and cayenne. I assume everyone else used some kind of quick cooking rice mix, but I had regular brown rice mixed with wild, so it took a almost 90 min of cooking time..good thing I had planned to let it sit overnight for everything to come together. It turned out to be a decent enough soup, but sure was a waste of a good pork tenderloin!
Sue0601 Posted: 11/03/11
I enjoyed this soup. I didn't find serranos at my supermarket so I substituted a jalapeño. I will definitely make this again.