This is a picture of my version of Max and Erma’s Tortilla Soup.
As Mr. D and I was traveling through the state of Ohio last summer to visit our family, we stopped at a regional restaurant chain, Max and Erma’s. They gave us a free sample of their tortilla soup. It was so creamy, smooth and delicious. The chain is known for this wonderful soup and I can understand that. I knew I had to find a similar recipe and try it some time over the winter months. A few weeks ago I found the recipe I am sharing with you and it is a copycat recipe. There were many different versions when I googled the internet for a version of the soup. However, this version seemed so creamy and so similar to the taste I experienced.
This is a link to the recipe:
Was I satisfied with the results? Absolutely. It was smooth, creamy and had the perfect portion of all the ingredients. It isn’t a real heavy soup so it would be a good choice for the springtime or autumn. I think the velveeta makes the soup so special.
Below is a link to Max and Erma’s website. They are based out of Columbus, Ohio and have restaurants throughout the area. Even though I was pleased with the results of this recipe, if I had a choice I would much rather have some of the real thing from Max and Erma’s.
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