This goes together in a flash-and is really flexible for using ingredients on hand. You can either make this with noodles or dumplings, or leave them out. We like our soup salty, so adjust that to your taste.
The best chicken soup I've ever eaten. This came from "The Frugal Gourmet On Our Immigrant Ancestors" by way of a friend of mine. It's easy to make, although you need to make sure you have all of the spices, and at least for me, they aren't the most common of spices. Having said that, you won't have any problem finding them in the local Safeway.
If you haven't tried chicken noodle soup over mashed potatoes, I am sorry! You will never go back. It makes a creamy, delicious meal. I always make my recipe #407601 they really make a difference in the soup, 1 1/2 this recipe as you need more noodles. I also use recipe#404067 for the potatoes, cut back a bit on the butter and milk when using in soup because all the liquid already gives it great flavor. Enjoy!
It's so fast and easy and delicious! You don't even have to pre-cook the noodles! My family loves this nearly as much as the pan lasagna I make. We sometimes add a dollop of cottage cheese to top off this soup...
This is a great soup to make in the months when nothing much is growing...you can find everything you need in your pantry...or easily found at the grocery store. This is a great recipe for that first bite of cold weather. I don't get much cold weather where I'm at, but this is great for when I do! Recipe is courtesy of the Loveless Cafe in Nashville, TN.
With Fall & Winter around the corner this soup will become a great staple in your home. You can even double the recipe and freeze for future meals. The spices really liven up this filling soup. Recipe By: Anne S TOH
This is what I came up with having to use up a big head of savoy cabbage. It's super easy to make and perfect for one of those chilly autumn or winter days when all you want to do is snuggle up on the couch with something hot in your hands.
I don't know where I got this recipe, but I've been making it for 25 or 30 years. My ex-MIL's boyfriend was at the excruciating end of his terminal pancreatic cancer, and I made some for him, in the hope that he could tolerate maybe THIS, as he couldn't seem to tolerate anything else. It did the trick, and he spent his final days having bowl after bowl of this, and loving every spoonful.