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    Chicken Soup is Good for the Body and Soul!

    Collected Recipes from October 2009

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    From the Food Network, Rachael says "a stoup is thicker than a soup and thinner than a stew". I must make all my soups as stoups, since it isn't any thicker than other soups I have made. That aside, this is a very tasty soup -- one that I will make often. I cut up all my veggies ahead of time and made the recipe as posted except I didn't use the black olive tapenade because my store doesn't carry it and I stirred the parsley into the stoup while it was simmering. I also let it simmer on the stove for 20-30 minutes because I wasn't ready to serve dinner yet and it was fine. It is excellent and definitely a keeper!

    Recipe #102857

    From Ruth Van Waerebeek's “Everyone Eats Well in Belgium Cookbook.” Don’t be turned off by the unusual name; it's Dutch in origin (pronounced VAH-ter-zoy); it’s basically a hearty chicken and vegetable soup/stew thing, with a deliciously rich and creamy broth. (I tell the kids that it’s Belgian Chicken Soup, and they love it.) It's not hard to make at all, and great for entertaining since it can be prepared almost entirely ahead of time.

    Recipe #340969

    Saving all the odds and ends in the freezer while doing your daily cooking will give you an endless supply of stocks to cook with. You will not waste even those parts of the vegetables or meat that you paid for (usually by the pound), and will never again need to buy canned stocks. This will save you money and allows you to control the contents of your stocks. All the vegetables I have listed in the ingredients list are just ideas of things to save in your bag. You do not need each and every one of them to make a stock. Everything is optional. When you peel carrots or anything else, wash them first. It is rather difficult to wash peelings. I do not recommend strong flavored herbs like cilantro or vegetables that could color your stock strangely like beets. Note: In order for the recipe to post, I had to include measurements, but you don't need measurements. Just use what you have saved in your bags using more or less of whatever is there.

    Recipe #214220

    I don't know what it is...this soup cures what ails ya. A recipe for Authentic Jewish Penicillin (chicken soup) tweaked by a sympathetic goy. I make a big pot of this when cold & flu season hits and freeze small containers to reheat whenever one of us feels the bug coming on. I pureed this for my baby last winter and he loved it.

    Recipe #95104

    21 Reviews |  By Manami

    This recipe is from the days that Paula Deen started "The Bag Lady", where her sons would go out and sell their mother's meals. The recipe is courtesy of Paula Deen, 2003 Television Food Network. She was very overwhelmed when she cooked this soup and it looked very good! Hope to be trying it very soon. 05/08/07 Update . .DELICIOUS, did change a few things around - first added carrots and celery to the stock, as well as dill (it really makes the soup even better.)

    Recipe #147065

    COMFORT FOOD!!! My family has enjoyed this special soup for years. Simple and easy! It has a very creamy taste and is very nourishing! Note: Bone-in chicken makes best flavor.

    Recipe #275061

    Adapted from Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee, this is easy with yummy results. Put it on in the morning and come home to a soothing, comforting dinner. Crackers or bread and a salad finish off this meal.

    Recipe #144837

    Chicken soup is not only good for a cold, it may help prevent one! You can garnish with thin slices of ginger, garlic, lemon, or jalapeno pepper for extra immune support. This is from Delicious Living magazine. You can make the homemade stock or use chicken broth instead. Cook time does not include making stock.

    Recipe #101771

    Our family favorite chicken tortilla soup! Muy delicioso--very delicious--and so simple, quick, and easy to make using pantry items. Less than 45 minutes from start to finish, so a great weeknight meal. I sometimes add a can of petite diced tomatoes plus an extra can of corn to s-t-r-e-t-c-h this soup to feed a few extra guests, or you can simply double the recipe to feed a large group. Season to taste with salt & pepper, cumin and chili powder (I use a pinch of each). Don't skip the fresh garnishes of lime, avocado, cilantro, shredded cheese and sour cream---they really make this soup. This soup makes great leftovers. Enjoy!

    Recipe #117809

    This chicken soup recipe is particularily good especially when you have a cold. Substitute and use turkey if it is available.

    Recipe #63878

    A combo of my maternal and paternal grandmothers' recipes. It's what I grew up on....slow-cooked stuff w/ the veggies cooked to mushiness. Kinda comforting sometimes. They made their own pot pie noodles--I buy 'em. They used onion; I like leeks. I also added a bay leaf. It's a tummy-warmer. You could use chicken thighs and/or breast, but thighs are just so more juicy! ;) Serving size is a guess. The way my grandparents ate, this would probably feed two--maybe four if they were saving room for Shoo-Fly Pie. **

    Recipe #185446

    This is a classic chicken noodle soup recipe from a recent issue of Good Housekeeping that I'd like to try. Update: I have made this soup and really like it. I did use 3-4 skinless chicken breasts in place of the whole chicken, and I substituted 8 cups of canned chicken broth for the water. If you do this, you might want to add a little less salt unless you use a low-sodium chicken broth. I'm not sure why some reviewers say that their egg noodles dissolve, unless they are using the very fine egg noodles. I use a wide noodle and they are just fine after 20 minutes in the Crock-Pot.

    Recipe #198707

    This recipe was found online & is included here to be taken with me on the Zaar World Tour 5.

    Recipe #369893

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    Simple, delicious and healthy soup! This is a wonderful use for leftover Thanksgiving turkey, or can be made with chicken breasts. Serve piping hot with freshly baked bread, rolls, or pumpkin muffins. Enjoy!

    Recipe #115015

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    Nothing can beat a bowl of steaming hot soup to warm the soul! This hearty chicken (or beef) vegetable soup is especially welcome and satisfying on a cold winter's day, or if you're feeling a bit under the weather. Serve with a crusty French bread or rolls and fresh butter; would also be great topped with matzo/matzoh balls. From my mother, who has been making this soup since time immemorial. Enjoy!

    Recipe #117781

    Roasting/browning the turkey bones and vegetables firstly in the oven will create a more intense deep rich stock I would not even think of making stock without using this method and you will see the difference for yourself after you try this stock --- I use this stock in so many recipes I even make gravy with it and you will use this for so many things also, it is wonderful to have handy in the freezer, to thaw just microwave for a couple of minutes or refrigerate overnight -- serving amounts are listed for a 12-13 pound turkey and about 4 quarts of water, you may use a larger turkey with more water just make certain to use enough water to cover the carcass and veggies --- if possible don't discard all the extra bones from the legs, thighs and wings and add into the pot along with the carcass the more bones the better!

    Recipe #139755

    This is a thick hearty delicious soup I make using my recipe#118258 but can be made using using canned broth. Add in some cooked rice or egg noodles also if desired! The spinach is only *optional* if you are not a spinach-lover then you can omit, I like to add it in! The success of this soup will depend on the quality of your chicken broth, so make certain to use the best broth available! You can adjust all amounts to suit taste and increase the chicken broth if desired, the exact amounts do not really matter for all ingredients.

    Recipe #206939

    Plan ahead this method takes 2 days to create the best most richest flavorful stock, far better and cheaper than any canned broth, once you try this you will never purchase cans of broth again! --- this can be done either on a stove top or in a crock pot but start the stock firstly on the stove top then transfer to a crock pot --- the same method may be used for turkey stock use the carcass and leftover legs, thigh and wing bones from your roasted turkey in place of the chicken pieces, also save your carcass and bones from roasted chickens and freeze them to throw in the pot, roasted bones will produce a richer golden colored stock but uncooked chicken works just as well --- I freeze the cooled cooked broth in 2 or 4-cup plastic freezer containers and store in the freezer until ready to use, you may do a quick defrost in the microwave when needed --- yield depends on size of pot and how much water is used, use this broth to make the best tasting chicken soup, don't remove the skins from onions they add color and taste to the stock adding in another onion won't hurt :)

    Recipe #118258


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