Crock Pot Lemon Rice Soup

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crock pot lemon rice soup

Crock Pot Lemon Rice Soup

Oh man this is one of my favorites!! Crock Pot Lemon Rice Soup! I’m getting ready to make this again I love some good soup on a chilly day. Plus the whole family enjoys it too! 🙂

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Crock Pot Lemon Rice Soup
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Serves: Family of 4
  • 5 cups of chicken broth
  • ¼ cup lemon juice (squeezed from 1.5 lemons)
  • ¾ cup long grain brown rice or barley
  • 3 egg yolks
  • salt
  • pepper
  1. Cook broth and rice in crock pot on high for 3 hours or until rice is fully cooked.
  2. Whisk egg yolks and lemon juice in separate bowl.
  3. Mix one cup of broth from the crock pot and slowly at it to the bowl of egg yolks and lemon juice. Be sure to continuously stir while your adding broth.
  4. Add the ingredients from your bowl into your crock pot, continuously stirring
  5. Cover and cook on low for approximately 10 minutes
  6. Add salt and pepper to your liking

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  1. Can you cook the broth and rice for longer on low? I throw it in the crockpot before I leave for work in the morning!

    • Yes! To switch from high to low, you just double the time. In this case, you would do 6 hours on low. And then just let it sit at “warm” until you are ready to eat and enjoy!

  2. Do u use instant rice or regular rice?

  3. How long would you say it’s ok to leave it on warm after cooking? Will it still be good if you don’t eat it for a few hours?

    • I would say a couple of hours is okay. It would still be warm and covered, so you wouldn’t have to worry about germs like you would if it were just sitting out on the counter. What would happen is eventually it might start to get crusty around the edges, but I wouldn’t think that would happen for a few hours. I would just throw all the ingredients in right before you leave for work, and it’ll be ready for you when you get home.

  4. Erika Demars says

    It was too mushy. I found time to cook rice too long

  5. This lemon rice soup sounds so delicious, and I really love that it’s made in a slow cooker. What a fantastic idea. If you had a spare moment, I would be delighted if you’d drop this (and anything else you’d like to share) by at the #PureBlogLove DIY and recipe link party! You can find me here:

  6. This looks incredible! I am trying this as soon as I get home! Keep posting stuff like this, you are amazing!

  7. I bet this would be great with some chicken added!

  8. Which rice did you use? I’m so gonna make this for dinner

  9. Oh no prob 🙂 and i ended up using white rice, I’m not a brown rice fan 🙂

  10. Nevermind!
    I figured it out – it was delish!

  11. Debbie Smrekar says

    I would love to make this receipt…With chicken added.
    My question is, I like the soup to be more of a cream. Is this a thick soup? If not, how would you thicken it?

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