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    3 Reviews |  By kearl

    So simple, so tasty, so soothing!!! A classic chicken noodle recipe. All it takes is some chicken broth or chicken soup base, chicken and some veggies. A bay leaf gives it the extra yummy factor. Why would you ever buy canned soup with such an easy tasty recipe like this! I read this recipe in a chicken cook book but changed a few things to suit my prefrences.

    Recipe #85648

    1 Reviews |  By kearl

    I found this one in my Grandmas Recipe Box. It's a hit in my house.

    Recipe #85653

    1 Reviews |  By kearl

    Very warm soothing flavour. (A freezable soup too!) NOTE: Updated Feb 19/09. I just discovered how to edit these recipes and am sorry for any ruined soups because of my "2 tablespoons of salt" addition. It should be more like "2 teaspoons of salt". To be safe, you may even omit the salt and simply add it to personal bowls for taste.

    Recipe #85651

    My mum gave me this recipe. I absolutely love it. It's freezeable too so you can make a big pot, freeze it in portions sizes and enjoy it later when you don't feel like cooking.

    Recipe #85649


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