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Soup's On!


Tis the season for soup! It was one of those very wintery days here in New England yesterday, so I decided to make a homemade chicken soup. Truth be told, I have NEVER done this before! I remember my grandmother making this except she put a whole chicken in with her noodles and everything else, but I decided to make it a little differently, and I still think (as my husband and son did, too), that it came out so delicious. And "souper" (sorry, I know that's bad!!) easy to make! Recipe below and I hope you all give it a try. This recipe is so subjective, and that's what's amazing--throw in anything and everything you have! Enjoy!


Homemade Chicken Soup:

Two 32 oz boxes of chicken broth

One 32 oz box of vegetable broth

Two packages of chicken tenders

Three large carrots, sliced

One package of celery, chopped

One white onion, chopped

Salt/pepper to taste. I also added a bit of garlic and onion powder.


In a large pot, bring the chicken and vegetable broths to a boil. Add the chopped celery and onion and salt, pepper, and any other seasonings you would like. Simmer on a low heat for approximately 20 minutes.


In a separate pot, poach your chicken tenders. See my recipe on curry chicken salad on how to poach chicken--I love it--very easy and the chicken is so moist and tender.


After the twenty minutes, add your chicken and one bag of egg noodles. The egg noodles will cook in the broth. This will take approximately 10 minutes. Once noodles are cooked, turn off heat and cover pot for about 30 minutes. This gives time for the flavors to meld. Serve with bread, rolls, crackers. Nothing like it for a cold winter dinner.



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