As we bid farewell to summer and autumn makes its entrance, I start pulling out my soup and broth recipes. There's nothing better than a bowl of hot broth to comfort the heart. My oldest son is a fan of broths, whether it's hot or cold out, he always smiles when I put a steamy bowl in front of him. However, chicken consommé is one of his favorites. Since he loves chipotle peppers, I decided to make a slight change to my traditional consommé by adding a tomato sauce with adobo chipotle peppers, which gave it a smoky, spicy sabor. One of the benefits of this broth is that you can add as many veggies as you'd like. Furthermore, if your kids aren't huge vegetable fans, this is the best way to benefit from all the nutrients these veggies have to offer. If my kids don't want to eat the vegetables or meat in the consommé, I don't worry too much because I know the vitamins and minerals have been transferred to the broth. The other benefit is that consommé is very inexpensive, and it serves many. This recipe feeds my family of four and we're left with plenty of leftovers for another meal. ¡Buen provecho!