Great flavored chicken noodle soup. This soup takes me 20 minutes or less to make. You can make this with chicken that you cook and prepare. But if you are like me a usually in a hurry and you still want to serve a great tasting chicken soup. Then using a rotisserie chicken is the way to go.
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Fantastic Flavor Quickly
Normally, to make a very flavorful chick soup, it could take hours to cook the chicken, skim the foam on the top of the water, and take the meat off the bones. Thankfully, grocery stores are offering so many time-saving products that will help you get the full flavor of the chicken soup in under half an hour. I use a rotisserie chicken and take the meat off the bones while the rest of the ingredients are cooking in the kettle. Use the juices from the container in the soup too, I think it helps add flavor and nutrients.
Chicken Soup for Sickness
This is just so tasty. When someone is sick, this is a go-to recipe. This is also a very warming soup to make for the cold winter months in Wisconsin. Even when I am sick, I can have the energy to whip up this chicken noodle soup. My trick there is to have frozen rotisserie chicken that is already been taken off the bone and cut into small pieces. I freeze in a container with the juice too. Then, when I make soup, I just have to cook the vegetables and add the other ingredients. I put the chicken pieces and juice in frozen. It does not take too long for the mixture to melt and the soup to be boiling hot.
Chicken Noodle Soup in a Snap
- 1 medium onion diced
- 4 lbs. carrots diced
- 4 ribs celery diced
- 1 Tbsp olive oil
- 1/4 Tsp pepper
- 1 Tbsp Tones chicken soup base heaping Tbsp. taste, you might want to add more or less per your taste preference
- 1 cup egg noodles
- 1 Tbsp dried parsley
- water enough to fill kettle
- 1 rotisserie chicken cut up plus the juices
- While the vegetables are cooking, take the meat off of a rotisserie chicken and cut in small pieces.
- I put in some of the softer skin pieces too as it gives the soup even more flavor. Add this to the kettle. Add the juice from the chicken container…pour it right into the kettle with the vegetables.
- Cook until boiling, turn off, and cover. Let soup sit s few minutes until the noodles are done.
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I hope that you liked this recipe. If you are looking for more ideas on what to make, here are a few other recipes that you may enjoy.