This was honestly the best Chicken soup that I've ever had. Since my husband is sick I'll be making it again. Such a great flavor this soup has. I will be adding more broth this time as there was not much the first time that I made it. Sooooooo Good..
This was an excellent recipe!! My Husband was sick so I decided to make him some soup. He's the chef in the family so I was searching hard to find the perfect recipe.... and whala...... this is it. I didn't use celery or thyme, I didnt have any on hand. I ended up using more carrots and onions. I also added a pinch of curry powder as well to kick it up a notch. I doubled the spices and the added 6 cups of water to this as well so that we could haved more broth. I also used angel hair pasta... Basically I used what we had on hand and it worked out well... My husband (who is a cook) by nature, said he liked the soup a lot... I knew it was good once he said he liked it because he's a chef and it is very very very hard to TOP his COOKING :) Thanks for posting this delicious recipe.. it's definately in my for keeps...
First time making chicken noodle soup and it was so easy. I used four cheese tortellini instead of noodles per a recommendation from a friend and I thought it tasted great. In fact it was so good I took a 5 minute break after the first bowl and went back for a second!!!!
I like to make my own no salt broth too. I can be made ahead of time and freeze in containers. The best broth I ever had was Bob Evans deepdish chicken noodle soup. Wish I could bottle it. It is served with a biscuit on the bottom then a pile of mashed potatoes and smothered in the soup with a sprinkle of cheese.
Thanks MizzNezz for the best chicken noodle soup I have tasted. The entire family loves this. I've made it with potato and without. Since I find the potato doesn't add much, I now leave it out.
This recipe is delicious and very easy to prepare. Rather than using boullion, or canned chicken broth, I made my own chicken stock and went from there. I also added evaporated milk which gave it a rich flavor. My kids love the soup.
MizzNezz, NOTHING beats homemade chicken soup when you are sick,or just need comforting,I have had pneumonia and this soup was all I wanted,it was soooo darn good,it was spiced up just right,and I think your soup was what kept me going.Thanks so much,Darlene
I started making this soup last night and then had to leave for a meeting. I was worried about using thyme and poultry sesoning as I've never added spices to chicken soup before. I sampled the broth before I left and it was awesome, so much better & richer flavored than the ones I've made before. I've never added noodles either. My husband added the chicken and noodles and served it. There were 17 people and I quadrupled the recipe. When I returned from my meeting there was none left. My 7 little grandchildren (2-8 yrs old) had even eaten 2 bowls each. I'm glad I sampled the broth before I left. Now I'll have to make it on a night I know I'll be home so I can sell what it tastes like with noodles. Even though we live in Arizona, we still have cold nights in the winter.
We used turkey broth and turkey meat. I doubled the recipe but forgot to double the seasonings so it was lacking - totally my fault. We also did without the celery as none available at time of cooking.I had never used poultry seasoning in the actual soup and was pleasantly surprised.
I made this for my dd when she was sick. I was worried because she's a picky eater. Both her and my ds loved it! (That's amazing!)We will definitely be making this one again and again! I also used the evaporated milk (just a bit of it) to thicken it up a little. Thanks for a great recipe!