66 Reviews

Cold and snowy Feb. day -- had to have all the ingredients for a perfect soup dinner. Just excluded parsnips -- didn't have and didn't want. Let the completed soup --prior to the noodles, simmer for about 1 hour. Had held back on the salt due to full flavored stock, but still added some at the table. Simple to combine, and very tasty. Thanks for posting, Terry.

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NurseJaney February 22, 2011

So So Delish!!!! Plainly said. Everyone in the family loved it.

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jcpropheticsoul November 03, 2010

I pleasant surprise!!! I have cooked RR's recipes before but most didn't turn out well... This one was GREAT!! Hubby has a cold and I made this for him today. He and I both enjoyed it VERY much!! This will make it into my personal cookbook!! BTW! I left the parsnip out. The grocery was out of them today....

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SandraHulsey October 10, 2010

Fabulous soup. I used a good quality chicken stock and more like 8 cups. The fresh dill flavor was subtle, but very nice. Also, hardly ever cook with parsnips but it really added that something extra. Thanks

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ratherbeswimmin' September 21, 2010

This is a wonderful chicken noodle soup. I used chicken broth I'd made from the bones of a Costco rotisserie chicken and used the leftover chicken which I added at the end instead of cooking the chicken breast tenders. I also used dried herbs. Delicious.

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Donut Chef March 06, 2010

Made some subs based on what I had here-- love the dill

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Clarely March 03, 2010

Absolutely one of the best chicken noodle soups I've ever made! Ran out of chicken stock and didn't have fresh dill on hand so I tweaked the recipe a bit. Used 4 cups chicken stock and 2 cups beef broth. Added the extra two cups of water and about 3/4 tbl. of dill. Family loved it... and sometimes they're hard to please. Simply fantastic!

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capeticca February 26, 2010

Good. Very easy. Love the parsnips in it. I wish I would have had some "good quality chicken stock" on hand rather than the reduced-sodium chicken broth I used. I think it would have made the soup much more flavorful.

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lhoerth January 04, 2010

Reminds my of my aunt's old-fashioned chicken soup. Easy to make and great tasting!

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Charlee #2 December 30, 2009

So good and so easy.

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MPHT December 26, 2009
30 Minute Chicken Noodle Soup (From Foodtv, Rachael Ray)