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Inez, you have nursed me back to health! I've been stuffed up with a cold, feeling rotten all over and not wanting to eat a thing. My boyfriend went looking for a recipe that I would eat and he chose this soup. It was so delicious I had two bowls and that's saying something because I hadn't eaten anything but ice cream for a day. The steam cleared my nose, the veggies and hearty broth filled me up. And I feel so much better now. Must have been the soup that did it!

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Sackville March 08, 2003

This soup was really lovely. I used my homemade chicken stock and added some noodles five minutes towards the end. The is real comfort food. Thanks so much for sharing.

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Terese June 22, 2003

Mu DH just loved it. I had chicken left over from the night before, and used Campbell's Chicken broth. I did omit the cream however this time as we both have a bit of Sinusitis; therefore it's best to avoid dairy!

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Scandigirl January 11, 2004

I made this soup and it was delicious! It took me longer to make it though... I used low sodium chicken broth but I'm sure it was still high in sodium. I took it over to my parent's house and they LOVED it. I didn't tell them about the sodium, though because they are on low sodium diets. Uh oh... Oh well, they loved it, too. Great and easy to make recipe! Thanks!

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Starlita May 13, 2003

I'm seeing all these changes that people made to this soup. I guess ... Different strokes.<br/>My wife and I discussed it and decided that it is GREAT just as the recipe is given.

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godejamr May 24, 2013

DELICIOUS!! Made this in my dutch oven and I loved the method of cooking the chicken in butter, then adding the ingredients on top. I *may* try to omit one of the bouillion cubes to reduce the sodium. Again-- what a wonderful way to use my homemade chicken broth. Update: I have also made this using 1/4 cup star pasta, no potato and no sour cream. My toddler loves it.

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mommymakeit4u March 11, 2011

Yummy! I substituted the cream with a touch of sour cream b/c that's all I had. (Which worked great!) Didn't have thyme, so I added a bit of rubbed sage, parsley and cilantro. Topped it off with a couple handfuls of Egg Noodles.. All 3 of my kids loved it and want me to make it again! Yes!
*Ommited the bouillon cubes b/c it was already salty enough, nothing worse than too salty of a soup b/c than it's ruined

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LookinForCooking November 07, 2010

I made this soup for my grandma, who recently got out of the hospital, and we shared some for lunch. The soup is very good. Chock full of veggies and very comforting. While it involves a bit of chopping, the soup itself is easy to make. Grandma is on a low sodium diet so I used 4 cups of unsalted stock and 2 cups of salted stock. I just added a little bit of salt to taste to my serving, which worked fine. Thanks for posting!

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Dr. Jenny August 18, 2010

This soup was a delicious hit at my house. My husband went back for seconds and the next day we both wanted the leftovers for lunch. I cooked a whole chicken and put in celery, onion, carrots, 2 bay leaves and some pepper and parsely, and used the broth from this. Just fantastic!

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Genevieve H. July 12, 2010

This was a good soup. I felt like it was missing something -- maybe a touch of dill, but it'll definitely make it into the round up again.

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Twiggyann May 06, 2010
Chicken Vegetable Soup