Container of Kirkland Signature Chicken Tortilla Soup Especial
Pot of Kirkland Signature Chicken Tortilla Soup Especial

I tried some of Costco's Chicken Tortilla Soup Especial. My dad and stepmom love this soup and have bought it from Costco several times. They like to freeze the soup (instead of refrigerating it) and cook it on the stovetop, although it can also be cooked using the microwave instructions.

Spoon of Kirkland Signature Chicken Tortilla Soup Especial

The first thing I noticed about this soup was that it smelled like the inside of an enchilada. The soup was a tiny bit spicy and had a tomato-y and salty taste, which was OK. One thing I really didn't like was the fibrous texture of the finely shredded chicken in the soup.

Like other soups, it started out tasting fine but got a little tiring after a few bites. The saltiness overstays its welcome pretty quickly.

My dad and stepmom like to add shredded cheese to their soup. I didn't add any cheese to mine since I think that would just make the soup taste saltier.

Although it wasn't that great, it still tasted better than a canned soup.

Overall Rating:
Food: Kirkland Signature Stock Pot: Chicken Tortilla Soup Especial
Source: Costco, Tucson, AZ
Rating: OK



REVIEW – Kirkland Signature StockPot: Chicken Tortilla Soup Especial from Costco

  • Acker

    There are 130 calories in 1 cup (240 g) of Kirkland Signature Chicken Tortilla Soup Especial.: Calorie breakdown: 21% fat, 44% carbs, 35% protein.

  • Buttockss

    Gave me the runsssss right away could not find a bathroom nearby and Diarrea’d all over the floor. I had to use my t’shirt to wash the stains off me thank god so people would not think i made the mess all over the Lobby.

  • Allison Markan

    Beware of bones in this soup. Nearly broke my tooth on one today. I often find cartilage in it. But this time it was a fair sized very hard bone.

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