Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe Made Simple

 

Ingredients:

2 table spoons worth of extra virgin olive oil – first cold press

one medium chopped onion

two minced garlic cloves

2 large minced carrots that are thinly sliced

thyme

thinly sliced tomato

two large minced leaves of kale

1.5 quarts of raw minced chicken

egg based noodle of choice

 

Directions/Ingredients:

You’ll want to start by placing your pot over medium heat. Place a thin coat of oil, 2 table spoons worth of extra virgin olive oil – first cold press, on the inside of the pot. Add one medium chopped onion,  two minced garlic cloves, 2 large minced carrots that are thinly sliced, and some thyme. You’ll also want to add a thinly sliced tomato and two large minced leaves of kale. Place in a 1.5 quarts of raw minced chicken into the pot and fill until 2/3 or the chicken is covered. Cover the pot and allow to cook for 60 minutes, while stirring the ingredients on a regular basis.

You’ll want to cook the noodles at the same time but separately. Fill a separate pot with water. Add a tablespoon of salt. Bring the water to a boil. Place your desired egg based noodle of choice in the pot. Cook and stir the noodles until they are “al dente.” Once the noodles are done, strain them and leave dry in the pot until the chicken is completely cooked. Once the chicken is cooked place the noodles into the pot with chicken and other ingredients. Add water, salt, and pepper as needed. Now bring the water to a boil with the chicken and let the noodles cook with the chicken for 15 minutes. Once the soup is complete let it sit until it has cooled and is ready to serve.

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