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Kielbasa and Chicken Soup

Tonight I threw together a soup for dinner. This is simple, quick and hearty. BF is not keen on anything healthy, and he has a long list of things he doesn't eat. I sneak vegetables into everything I cook to try and keep him nutritionally balanced, and adding things like kielbasa to keep him interested. We were really impressed with how good it was, so I am posting it here so I can remember and make it again. I am sure you could add almost any other sturdy vegetable to this and it would work fine.

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45mins
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directions

  • Cut kielbasa into 1/4" thick slices, and then slice then slice each slice in half. Put in large pot.
  • Debone and shred chicken (store bought pre-cooked rotisserie) Add to pot.
  • Add roasted garlic and herbs, then turn heat on stove to high (add a little of the broth) and Sautee to meld flavors, then add the rest of the broth.
  • Add all vegetables.
  • Optional: add noodles once soup is boiling.
  • Let it simmer for 30 minutes.
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"Tonight I threw together a soup for dinner. This is simple, quick and hearty. BF is not keen on anything healthy, and he has a long list of things he doesn't eat. I sneak vegetables into everything I cook to try and keep him nutritionally balanced, and adding things like kielbasa to keep him interested. We were really impressed with how good it was, so I am posting it here so I can remember and make it again. I am sure you could add almost any other sturdy vegetable to this and it would work fine."
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  1. Aussie-In-California
    Tonight I threw together a soup for dinner. This is simple, quick and hearty. BF is not keen on anything healthy, and he has a long list of things he doesn't eat. I sneak vegetables into everything I cook to try and keep him nutritionally balanced, and adding things like kielbasa to keep him interested. We were really impressed with how good it was, so I am posting it here so I can remember and make it again. I am sure you could add almost any other sturdy vegetable to this and it would work fine.
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