Chicken Noodle Soup
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Yum! Chicken Noodle Soup is almost every kid’s favourite, and some adults love to indulge in it on doona-days or bed holidays too. With this easy recipe, you’ll get delicious and quick results without having to slave over a hot stove for hours. Not to mention the slurpability factor which is just out-of-this-world.
Get ready for shouts of More Please! Here’s what to do…
- 1 packet brown rice noodles
- 1 TBS Coconut Oil
- 1 onion finely chopped
- 4 fresh celery leaves torn
- 3 celery sticks sliced
- 3/4 cup carrot sliced
- 2 Tb minced dried parsley
- 1 bay leaf
- 1/2 tsp. thyme
- Freshly cracked black pepper
- 2 chicken breasts roughly chopped
- 1 head broccoli roughly chopped
- 1/2 cauliflower head roughly chopped
- 1 cup green beans chopped
- 5 cups homemade chicken stock
- 1 TBS wheat free tamari
- 1 TBS Apple Cider Vinegar
Celtic Sea salt to taste
Cook noodles as per directions so that they are al dente
Brown onion in a saucepan in coconut oil
Add celery, carrot and herbs and sauté for a further 3 minutes and season
Add chicken and sauté for 4 minutes stirring often
Add vegetables then pour in stock, and tamari and ACV bring to boil and
reduce and simmer for 20 mins
Just before serving the soup, add the noodles to the pot and stir to separate
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This was delicious! My kids just about scraped the bottom off their bowl to finish this soup. Thank you!
What a tasty and easy to follow recipe!
I just finished it and cat wait to feed it to my kids tomorrow,but it tastes so healthy!i’ll probably prepare this once a week!
I am so glad you enjoyed it 🙂 Lee
I’ve been using ground turkey for years. I personally don’t like the taste of ground beef. Turkey will take the flavor of any seasoning you add and it is much lighter than beef. These meatballs look fantastic. Whenever I’m making spaghetti my guys always want meatballs. Pinning!
Excellent! Lee 🙂
Thank you for this post. I’ve always believed that chicken had to be cooked to 180 using an instant read thermometer to be safe. Always dry. I do more grilling outdoors, but I’ll definitely have to look for one of those pans. Should be good for any type of meat.