Creamy Chicken Soup

Creamy Chicken Soup created by Nourished Homestead

This is the creamy version of my Recipe #328668. It is delicious!

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  • In a 5-6 quart Dutch oven over moderate heat, melt the butter in oil. Add the chicken and lightly brown, stirring occasionally, about 5 minutes.
  • Add the stock, carrots, celery, onion, rice, parsley, salt, and pepper. Cover, bring to a simmer over low heat, then cook until the rice is tender, about 20 minutes.
  • Blend cornstarch into the half n half with a whisk. Add nutmeg, and whisk again. Stir slowly into the simmering soup. cook, stirring, until the soup returns to a simmer and thickens, about a minute more.
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  1. Marilyn M.
    I put all these things in a CROCKPOT on low for several hours, until chicken was cooked and rice was tender (about 3 hours). SO GOOD! I did a few things different: I used dried celery seed instead of celery because I didn't have any in the fridge, and I omitted carrots because my husband strangely doesn't like cooked carrots (weird, I know). I also used dried parsley instead of fresh, and I used red onion instead of yellow, because it's SO much prettier with the parsley. Looks very colorful and tastes AMAZING with the nutmeg. And OMG. I have a new respect for what nutmeg does to a chicken dish.
  2. Stacey R.
    I have a phobia of cooking chicken on the stove so I used rotisserie. I sautéed the onions in butter and then added the carrots and celery. Once those were a bit soft I added chicken bone broth, parsley, wild rice, chicken, salt, pepper, and some cumin. Followed the directions exactly from there. This was my fourth time making it. It’s such a hit in this house that this time I doubled the recipe.
  3. Linda H.
    can I use flour instead of cornstarch as a thickener and how is it different
  4. Anonymous
    Creamy Chicken Soup Created by Anonymous
  5. sheepdoc
    Made for 2015 faves game. Used rotisserie chicken, otherwise made as written. Very easy and yummy.
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