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I just love 30 Minute Meals with Rachael Ray even though in my kitchen it's 60 minute meals (to quote my mother). Sauteing all the vegetables before adding the stock made them so sweet and tasty! I used a tablespoon of dried dill which I added with the noodles rather than the fresh.
Rachel Ray strikes again! I don't get to watch her show as much as I would like and I didn't catch it the day she made this. We all had colds and I was looking for a good Chicken Soup to soothe the soul. This definately did the trick! This soup is EXCELLENT! It's quick, easy, tastes homemade, has a wonderful combination of flavors and fills the house with pleasant aromas. The only thing I will do differently next time is DOUBLE the recipe. This will be made again and again in our house. Thanks for a keeper Terry!
This soup is amazing, and I was skeptical because its so fast! I did use a rotisserie chicken, and once I took the meat off, also put the bone in part in there as well to simmer for 30-45 min. Then I removed it. I used canned chicken broth because I didn't have any home made stock & a couple of those knorr concentrated chicken base thingies. I love a thicker noodle and used klutsky noodles. Next time will definitely double the batch, what a wonderful fast winter meal !
Hearty! It was very easy and a nice chicken stew. I pressure cooked my own chicken and used the chicken and broth fresh but followed directions on everything else. I like sauteing the vegetables first - I think it enhanced the flavors. Really a very good recipe. Thanks!
Assuming you followed Rachel Ray's recipie exactly, this is WONDERFUL! So easy and tastes like it took all day! Freezes well. Highly recommended. Use the parsnip even if you normally wouldn't. All the flavors meld so well. (1/3/2004 Okay, I forgot what a parsnip looked like and used a turnip. Still good!)
Easy and very good. A hit with the kids. I used 8 cups of broth because we like our soup a little more soupy. Served it with garlic bread. A keeper.
After I make chicken, I always make broth with the bones. Today I had a ton of broth and looked for something simple to make with it. This fit the bill nicely! It was truly fast and easy. I had all the ingredients except for the parsley. I used gluten-free noodles to make this gluten-free. YUMMY!
This is the best Chicken Noodle Soup recipe. The only thing I do different is I buy a fresh rotisserie chicken. Other than that, I followed the recipe to the T!. I have made this 3 times in 4 weeks.
Simple and yummy! Perfect!
A great recipe - it is now my "go to" chicken soup recipe. I sometimes use dried chicken stock but most often use Nash Brothers stock and it is wonderful. My husband says he could eat this soup everyday.