Orange Chicken Broccoli Soup With Good Food for Good Butter Chicken Indian Cooking Sauce Recipe

This Orange Chicken Broccoli Soup With Good Food for Good Butter Chicken Indian Cooking Sauce recipe is absolutely a must-eat this winter! 

Closeup of orange chicken broccoli soup in crock pot

I’m like a mad-scientist in the kitchen…. Give me a set of random ingredients and I will make a palatable invention!  As a result of my experimentation, two meals are rarely the same.  However, I really hit a gold mine this weekend when I made this Orange Chicken Broccoli Soup with Good Food for Good Butter Chicken Indian Cooking Sauce recipe.  As a result, I forced myself to write the recipe down because it turned out so absolutely divine that I wanted to be able to duplicate it again!

Grocery Shopping using a Misfits Market Box

Recently, I discovered Good Food For Good sauces when grocery shopping using a Misfits Market box order.  If you haven’t heard of a Misfits Market box before, Misfits Market is an online non-profit that takes organic, less-than-perfect produce and minimally-processed health foods, and sells them at discounted prices. Shipping is a whopping $5.50 regardless of the amount of food purchased. 

Misfits Market box filled to the brim with produce and other grocery store items

Since my first box in 2021, I still LOVE ordering a Misfits Market box regularly because having organic food delivered to my door makes my life easier.  Plus, I’ve had an excuse to try all kinds of products I wouldn’t normally buy at normal prices.  Buying a Misfits Market box also makes me feel like a “Good Samaritan;” saving perfectly good food from a fateful, early death. 

Do not be fooled by its commonplace appearance.  Like so many things, it is not what is outside, but what is inside that counts.”
Merchant from Aladdin

Due to Misfits Market and this newfound Orange Chicken Broccoli Soup recipe, I’m now a regular-patron of Good Food for Good Butter Chicken Indian Cooking Sauce and other “Good Food for Good” condiments.  Particularly, I am impressed by Good Food for Good’s sugar-free, simple ingredient lists.  Additionally, Good Food for Good condiments contain only food; which means no preservatives, chemicals, or additives.  And if that isn’t enough, Good Food for Good’s mission includes feeding a person in need for every jar of sauce purchased, which makes me feel even more like a “Good Samaritan.” 😉 I would encourage you to give the brand an honest try, starting with this mouth-watering Orange Chicken Broccoli Soup recipe.

new glass jar of good food for good butter chicken Indian cooking sauce

Orange Chicken Broccoli Soup With Good Food for Good Butter Chicken Indian Cooking Sauce Recipe


  • Whole chicken or un-cooked chicken meat (any kind)
  • 9.2 oz jar Good Food for Good Butter Chicken Indian Cooking Sauce
  • 1 box of Chicken broth or bone broth
  • 3 heads of broccoli, coarsely chopped
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 2 large carrots, peeled and chopped
  • 2-3 medium-sized garlic cloves, minced
  • “small adult hand”-sized ginger, broken into thumb-sized pieces
  • 2 oranges, peeled, cut into 1 cm pieces
  • Skin of 1 orange
  • 2 tsp fresh thyme or 1 tsp dried thyme
  • Juice of several limes (to taste)
  • Real Salt or Himalayan Salt (to taste)
Bowl of orange chicken broccoli soup with lime wedge


  1. Skin whole chicken, discard skin, and place whole chicken into crock pot.
  2. Add Good Food for Good Butter Chicken Indian Cooking Sauce, bone broth, broccoli, onion, garlic, ginger, oranges and orange peel, thyme, and salt.
  3. Cook on low for about 6 hours.
  4. Remove ginger and orange peels and discard/compost.
  5. If whole chicken was used, remove the whole chicken and de-bone.  Save the bones for bone broth (many good recipes online; just make sure they use apple cider vinegar, which helps to pull nutrients from the bones) and return the rest of the chicken meat to the crock pot.
  6. Serve with lime slices, which can be hand-squeezed into the soup (to taste).  The lime is essential for this recipe to really shine!

If you try this recipe, please leave a comment and let me know how you enjoy this delectable dish! 

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