Thermomix Chicken Soup
skinnymixer's Chicken & Vegetable Soup

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skinnymixer's Chicken & Vegetable Soup

Chicken and vegetable soup is something that has always daunted me – Mum always made it when we were sick and it tasted sooooooooo good that I was sure it was really difficult to make. This Thermomix Chicken Soup is going to quickly become a family favourite.

Turns out, its crazy simple, very cheap and also really good for you.

Provided you have the time, you can make a nourishing and reportedly healing Thermomix Chicken soup – but if time isn’t something you have in abundance, I have also given “quick” instructions for a 15 minute meal as well (in the notes).

I know my family will be enjoying this recipe winter long.

Love Nik xx

PS how beautiful is that bowl? I bought it at a recent trip to the Jam Factory here in South Australia.

Thermomix Chicken Soup
4.56 from 9 votes

skinnymixer's Chicken & Vegetable Soup

Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time1 hr 10 mins
Total Time1 hr 20 mins
Author: Skinnymixers
Recipe type: Soup
Servings: 6


Stock Ingredients

  • 1 medium brown onion peeled, quatered
  • 3 garlic cloves peeled
  • 50 g celery roughly chopped
  • 50 g carrots roughly chopped
  • 700 g skinless chicken thigh with the bone or lovely legs I recommend you use free range
  • roughly 900 g | 32 oz water
  • 1 tbsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp cracked black pepper
  • 1 bay leaf

To Serve (recommended, you can use what you like)

  • 150 g carrot thinly sliced
  • 150 g celery thinly sliced
  • 200 g spinach leaves thinly sliced
  • handful of fresh continental parsley roughly chopped


  • Add onion, garlic, celery, carrots and chicken directly in to mixer bowl.
  • Pour water, salt, pepper and bay leaf into mixer bowl, to the max line - this is roughly 900 g or 32 oz in the TM31, a bit more in the TM5. Cook for 60 min/90°C or 195°F/slowest speed/MC on. You can totally clean your kitchen and prepare your vegetables for serving now 😛
  • When cooking time has finished, remove your chicken to a thermal server and add your serving vegetables (except for the spinach and parsley) to the stock (I dont bother draining it, the stock vegetables are also delicious!). Cook for 10-15 min/90°C or 195°F/slowest speed/MC on. While the vegetables are cooking, carefully shred your meat from the bones without burning yourself, and discard the bones. Pour soup & vegetables over your chicken, spinach and parsley, season to taste if needed, and serve.


Quick Soup Instructions
Omit stock ingredients.
Replace chicken thigh/leg with 700 g or 24.7 oz cubed chicken breast.
Add cubed chicken breast, pepper and serving vegetables (except for the spinach and parsley) to mixer bowl with 2 Tbsp chicken stock concentrate.
Top water up to max fill line and cook for 10-15 min/90°C or 195°F/slowest speed/MC on or until cooked.
Bellini Users
Use your blunt blade for this recipe.
At step 2 use speed 1.
At step 3 cook for longer if required.
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Nutrition Facts
skinnymixer's Chicken & Vegetable Soup
Amount Per Serving (300 g)
Calories 136 Calories from Fat 43
% Daily Value*
Fat 4.8g7%
Saturated Fat 1.4g9%
Sodium 1030mg45%
Carbohydrates 3g1%
Sugar 2.7g3%
Protein 18.5g37%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.


  1. The perfect meal for when you’re feeling a little flat or under the weather. Made up a batch today with chicken lovely legs. Delicious 😋

  2. Another tasty dish. Added noodles to the kids bowls as well and they enjoyed it, even Miss Super Fussy 6 Yr old!

  3. Amazing!!!… After removing the chicken I blitzed the stock instead of straining the veggies awesome flavour. Kids loved it!

  4. First time cooking this recipe and Thermo is making struggling noises, is this normal? Fairly new Thermo so don’t want to ruin it.

  5. Made this today and it was awesome. My boys ate a bowl each straight after school.
    Thanks for such yummy recipes.

  6. Wow! This soup is really good. I like how the broth is still thin but loaded with goodness. I strained the stock vegies as out I dont like that much onion and added fresh sweetcorn and green beans. The perfect cure for the head cold I have at the moment. Thanks Nik 👌🏼🍲

  7. Broth is tasting delicious so far! Quick question – is it spinach leaves off of a bunch of spinach or is it spinach leaves that you buy in a salad packet?

  8. 5 thumbs up! Absolutely the best chicken veg soup i have ever made. Followed recipe using chicken drumsticks and adding zoodles in last 5 minutes of cooking time. I had no parsley but was still a winner. Even father in law had a serving and he doesn’t like spinach but loved this soup. Thanks skinnymixers team!

  9. Absolutely delicious. The best chicken and veg soup I have ever made. I did a tablespoon of iodised sea salt and followed instructions, excepts I used chicken thighs with no bones. Lots of flavour, this will be a weekly dish in the winter time! Thanks for the recipe!!

  10. Very enjoyable soup that you can customise to your taste. I added 2 tsps chicken stock and some dried thyme and chilli flakes. Great soup to make when you are sick because the thermal cooker does most of the work.

  11. I am getting over a cold and have been wanting to make this soup for some time. I was underwhelmed. I like big flavours and this soup is not it. I added extra vegetables then vegetable stock paste and then worshtershire sauce for flavour. Too bland for me which is a disappointment.

    1. you have everything you need here as a base…. make it your own… i added some chicken stock and chilli, extra bay leaf and a lot lot lot more pepper and it is devine

  12. Made two batches of this tonight as it was so delicious. First batch went to all the ailing ones recovering from gastro. 2nd batch went to the rest of the house for dinner. I did strain the stock veges out both times. I also popped a pad of noodles into the basket in the last 5 minutes of cooking. Will add 2 next time. Just fantastic. Thank you

  13. Wow wow wow! Tried the quick version as only had chicken breast. Was so easy and fast but blown away by flavour! Served with crispy bacon…mmmmm!

  14. I made this soup tonight for my daughter who has come down with an awful flu. She hasn’t eaten all day because her throat is so sore and she totally scoffed the lot. When I made the stock I was in such a rush I forgot to chop the onion, so the stock was made without it and it was still delicious. I will definitely made again. Wish the thermie bowls were bigger so we could make a bigger quantity of the stock. That really is yummy and I would like more liquid with my soup.

  15. Just made the quick version for my son who’s home sick with a cold. He’s not a fan of soups or veggies but he happily ate a bowl of this. Hubby thought it tasty too 😋

    1. How did you make rhe quick vision? I hqve home made chicken paste so could i just use that with chicken and veg? I’m new to thermomix but this sounds yum. I also have veg atock witch im in love witb

  16. I have just made this soup for my work lunches through the week. To the broth, I added a dash of Apple cider vinegar and a couple of coins of fresh ginger. At the end, I added some finely sliced carrot, celery, kale and spinach and some par cooked risoni (keeping in mind that it will cook through a bit more in the broth when I reheat it). I also put in a few tablespoons of veggie stock paste. It looks vibrant, healthy and delicious and I’m looking forward to lunch tomorrow. Such a simple recipe, thank you once again Nikalene xxx

  17. I made this today and the stock didn’t have much taste – it could be because I’m sick and can’t taste much :-). I added chicken stock concentrate (also a skinnymixer recipe) and it’s just fabulous. I love the recipes from this website and the books.

  18. I’ve made this tonight for my Dad who has a cold that’s knocking him about a bit. He LOVED it – and so did the rest of us, including 2 of my non-soup loving family members (hubby & 7 yr old).
    Thank you.

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