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We loved this soup. A really easy recipe. I did add 1 t onion powder, but that's the only thing I did different. It is very flavorful, and a great big bowl of this would warm anyone up! I will make it again. Thanks RecipeNut, great recipe!!

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MizzNezz September 12, 2002

Great soup, Recipenut! And sooooo easy. My bunch ate the first batch the day I made it, and daughter wanted more, so I made another larger pot the next day. I had bone-in thighs, so I cooked them in the water, then took the meat off the bones. It takes longer, but I like dark meat better than white. The only thing I did differently was to add two chopped carrots and a small bay leaf, and I used noodle-O's. I've always made chicken noodle soup starting with a whole chicken, boil it, strain it, etc...turns into a whole day project. I love the fact that this is so fast and good.

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papergoddess October 16, 2002

Delicious! I made this for my husband when he was sick & he ate it all! The only difference was that I didn't have egg noodles, so I used bowties. Also, I didn't have any fresh parsley so I added a little dried parsley in with the salt & pepper. I'll definitely be making again when any of us are feeling under the weather!

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bridgettels July 05, 2011

I do WW and this recipe is great. Only 2 points a serving. Buying the ww progresso soups was getting expensive and now I have a much cheaper and better tasting alternative. I did add some carrots and used the fat free egg noodles. Will definitely make again!

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ILove2Cook in Queens May 20, 2009

Thanks! Very easy. I'm sick today, so making it again. I am (as I did before) adding carrots and onions along with the celery. I also use the low sodium broth. Yum!

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Neesie123 February 02, 2007

My mom was feeling under the weather so I made this soup for her. Very simple and easy but also delicious. I doubled the amount of meat because she needed the protein. Chicken soup is about the only thing I feel like eating when I don't feel well and now I have an great homemade recipe for it. thanks.

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beccalanders31 April 20, 2003

Very nice. For additional flavor may I suggest simmering 2 sliced/chopped carrots, maybe a Bay Leaf and/or a pinch of dried tarragon along with the chopped celery or other herb(s) of choice. If your preference might be a cremed soup; thicken with a roux as desired.

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LtlPhyl #2 December 22, 2006

Wow!Thank you so much for posting this soup. It is absolutely delicious. It is so easy to make. The only thing different I did was add some cooked left over rice. I will be definately be making this again.

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happysunflower36 December 21, 2006

This is a wonderful soup recipe. I made it exactly as shown the first time and knew I would be using it over & over again. I love to add carrotts and increase the chicken and noodles. What is so great about this recipe : its good as is but makes a great base that you can adjust to your own personal tastes.

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Janie Cooper March 15, 2006

I printed this recipe for my husband to make for me when I was sick. He said it was really simple to make, and the only difference he made was to throw in an onion. It was great! Thanks for the recipe!

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Kiwii October 26, 2005
Chicken Noodle Soup