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This is (a) an improvement on Corner Bakery Cafe's Mom's Chicken Noodle Soup; (b) a large pot of vitamin-rich, naturally sweet, nutritious, chicken soup that (c) is very easy to make, (d) freezes well, (e) feeds about a dozen hungry people, and (f) I make throughout the year after having and making many different variations on a theme for many years
Although it can take a little time to get the chicken off the bones, it's SO worth it! Also, if you don't want to use a whole chicken or shredding it just isn't your thing, you can use chicken parts or whole breasts instead, cut off the big chunks, and dice or shred them. They'll take less cooking time, too.
There's nothing better for you, especially when ONLY chicken soup will do! It's not ambrosia (nectar of the gods), but it's as close as I can get! I appreciate your feedback and input. Enjoy! SparkPeople rocks my world! Nancy, a/k/a KEEPITMOVING
Low in fat because it doesn't use mayonnaise!
Try our version of this protein packed favorite.
If you are gluten-free like me, you should know how hard it is to find a recipe for gluten-free tortillas that bend without breaking; that are big enough to actually wrap around something; and that taste like flour tortillas! Well look no further... here it is!Submitted by MRS_MORRIS
I first thought this a strange combination when I saw this on the menu on an Alaskan Cruise. The head waiter told me to try it; that I wouldn't be dissapointed. True enough, it was amazing! The cruise ship didn't have the recipe in their cookbook, but I found a similar one easily enough online. This is now one of my family's favorites.Submitted by BEYOND4WALLS
I found the original recipe online on the NY Times website. They call their version Red Lentil Soup With Lemon. When I went to make it for the first time I messed up with the spices and added curry powder instead of cumin. When I realized my mistake I added the cumin anyway. I also omitted the finishing steps because I didn't have any lemon on hand. I just served it after hitting it with the immersion blender. The soup turned out amazing and it's been a favorite ever since.Submitted by BELISANA
Creamy, sweet, and full of soy protein, this soup will satisfy whether served hot or cold.
Recipe courtesy of the National Turkey Federation, for more like it, please visit www.eatturkey.com
To make this popular soup lower in saturated fat, prepare it ahead of time to cool and skim off the fat that rises to the top.