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Chia, this was really good. I kinda followed the recipe. I used turkey legs and leftover veg. ends I keep in the freezer to make soup. It came out dilicious! (I didn't use turnip). My husband decided he needed turkey meat in his soup so I added it, and put in angelhair pasta, broken up. Thanks!
Delicious! I substituted basil for the dill, but otherwise made the soup as written. To serve I poured the soup in bowls, added a few of the cooked baby carrots and KitchenManiac's Chicken Dumplings. Wow! And I have the rest of the stock/soup in the freezer for future use. I salted the soup served only, not the stock for the freezer.
hello chia, I love chicken soup and this is delicious! I made a couple of changes; a peeled and seeded tomato (for color)& 2 large yellow onions. Otherwise, I made it as posted and boy was it good! We always make extra broth for me to drink out of a cup - you know when the urge hits. Thank you for sharing the recipe for Jewish Penicillin. It cures it all! Lovely and inviting! Diane :=) PS Update - Rosh Hashona 09/12/07 your soup was had & enjoyed by all again! It was wonderful & had enough to freeze in individual portions. Great!
This is just like my soup only I use peppercorns in a tea-ball or infuser. Just love it!
A simple, excellent recipe for making a rich, hearty chicken soup. I followed procedure as listed but my ingredients were chicken, onions, carrots, celery, thyme, peppercorns and bay leaves. An excellent winter warmer to be sure.
Chia, this turned out great. I used a chicken carcass plus wings and the broth was rich and delicious. I added a half a pound of pasta and the whole family really enjoyed it. It did need more salt, so I made note of that...I am never good at knowing exactly how much to add! Thanks for helping me finally make a good pot of soup :)