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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Make Your Own: Crock Pot Chicken Noodle Soup

This is the easiest soup I have ever made!!!  I made it on the heels of a dinner I had prepared, so it may look like a lot of steps, but once you read through, you will see you have two meals at the end!  



1 whole roasting chicken
Desired spices for seasoning
1 box chicken stock
Veggies! We used carrots, mushrooms, onions.  Potatoes and celery would also be delicious!
2 cups water, divided
1 cup egg noodles
  1. Season chicken inside and out.
  2. Stuff the chicken full of veggies. 
  3. Place chicken in crock pot
  4. Add remaining veggies to crock pot. 
  5. Add 1 cup water and enough chicken stock to fill the crock pot to about one inch high.
  6. Cook on low for 6-8 hours.
  7. When the chicken is finished cooking, carefully pull the entire chicken out (I use a serving fork and a serving spoon). Immediately place it in a colindar, and place the colindar back over the crock pot so the juice can drain.  Serve the chicken with veggies for dinner. 
  8. After dinner, separate the remaining chicken from the bones. Discard the bones or make stock with them.  Place remaining chicken into crock pot.
  9. Add remaining water and fill with rest of stock. Add egg noodles. 
  10. Cover on low for an hour. 
  11. VOILA! Chicken soup for tomorrow's lunch:)  When you take it out of the fridge the next day, be sure to check for any fat and skim it off the top.

1 comment:

Jennifer Parke Photography said...

That is genius! I can't wait to try it!

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