|Us in Cobá|
Sopa de Limón
- Saute half an onion (chopped) and some garlic cloves til transparent. Throw in some chicken (any parts or amount you want,) salt, pepper and I like a packet of Sazón by Goya to add flavor. Add water to cover chicken by about 2 inches. Add 1 lime that has been cut in two. Boil until chicken is cooked. *I had leftover broth and chicken from when I made the enchiladas which I froze and brought out for this purpose.
- Let cool til you can chop or shred the chicken. Put chicken back in broth and add more water and a few bouillon cubes if you need more broth (I like Knorr vegetable cubes but they are becoming increasingly harder to find here.) I also added some chopped cilantro. Add whatever else you want to now. (I put in some cooked brown rice that I had leftover in the fridge and some chopped zucchini.) Let simmer until you are ready to eat.
- On serving I like to put things in little ramekins to add as people like. A bowl of halved or quartered limes, chopped cilantro, black beans, pico de gallo...
I served it with some homemade quick bread I made using my pizza recipe (1 1/2 times the recipe) plus added a bit more yeast and some fresh oregano.