Chicken Garlic Ginger Healing Soup

Chicken Garlic Ginger Healing Soup created by Elizabeth Heard Cla

Have a cold or the flu? Try this soup to kick up your immune system and get healthy fast! Plus, this soup tastes SO good. My husband loves it! (Whew!) This soup is also great for inflammation and arthritis, due to the healing qualities of gingerol (from the ginger).

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  • Heat olive oil in a large pan.
  • Add fresh garlic, fresh ginger, and onion.
  • Cook for 3-4 minutes. Add Ginger paste, cayenne pepper, and salt & pepper. Cook for an additional 3-4 minutes, stirring often.
  • Add the chicken broth, water, chicken, and carrots.
  • Bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes (feel free to cook on low for up to an hour).
  • Add spinach and let cook for 5 minutes just before serving.
  • Note: you can also add mushrooms, to add in more antioxidants. Simply add to the soup at the same time you add the carrots.
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"Have a cold or the flu? Try this soup to kick up your immune system and get healthy fast! Plus, this soup tastes SO good. My husband loves it! (Whew!) This soup is also great for inflammation and arthritis, due to the healing qualities of gingerol (from the ginger)."
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  1. Meghan H.
    this was absolutely delicious. it’s the perfect fall/winter soup. it would also be great for someone who is sick. clears out the sinuses. I added some egg noodles, a buillon cube, and the mushrooms that were recommended.
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  2. Marie R.
    I use a rotisserie chicken. But I will get the day before. Debone the chicken. Place all of my bones in a crock pot and add some fresh thyme, rosemary and 1/4 cup of vinegar, I feel it up with water. Let it cook all day. It becomes this rich golden color. The recipe itself is so good. Thank you.
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  3. jonmhiggins2018
    Phenomenal! I used rotisserie chicken. This is a keeper.
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  4. MsSprite44 ..
    My fiancé was sick I made this and she loved it. She loved the hot flavor. I did add hot sauce for an extra kick. It was amazing!!
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  5. Raka N.
    It tastes so nostalgic. Adding some celery and leek. I love it.
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