Favorite Fall Recipe Number One ~ Quick And Easy Chicken Soup

Fall! Yay! Also...Fall Food! Yay! Here is an easy recipe for some delicious chicken soup for you and your family to enjoy on a cozy autumn evening.

Cozy Chicken Soup

Ingredients:
  1. Rotissierie chicken carcass
  2. One stick celery, chopped
  3. One onion, chopped
  4. Two 32 oz. containers chicken broth
  5. One teaspoon salt
  6. One teaspoon poultry seasoning
  7. One eighth teaspoon pepper
  8. One container water~fill a broth container with water
  9. One large bag Kluski noodles, cooked and drained
Directions:
  1. Put chicken carcass in large pot.
  2. Add celery, onion, chicken broth, salt, poultry seasoning, pepper, and water.
  3. Cook at boiling, covered, for one hour. Remove any foam.
  4. Meanwhile, in separate pot, boil noodles. Then drain and set aside.
  5. Drain bones, fat, and veggies until only broth remains.
  6. Add cooked noodles, heat, stir, and enjoy!!!!


This is a great recipe for the day after you have a rotisserie chicken dinner.
Simply wrap the chicken carcass in foil and place in the refrigerator.
Also, I use two chicken carcasses and three containers of broth for our family, and we have some leftovers. : )




16 comments:

  1. Mmm...Mmm...good! You can never go wrong with chichen soup! This looks delicious and oh-so-good for the soul, my friend :)

    Happy day to you! Hugs!

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  2. Perfect weather for some good chicken soup. Thanks for the recipe.

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  3. WE love chicken noodle soup! A fall favorite :-) Hope your week is off to a great start!

    Blessings,
    Jill

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  4. Truly some of the most perfect Fall food around! When I make soup next I'm actually going to give Kluski noodles a try. ;) I've never had them before. I'll think of you when I make it! Wishing you crisp leaves, geese flying, wood smoke burning, comfort food thoughts Autumn bestie. xoxo

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  5. HA! I knew we were kindred spirits. That is so close to my recipe. I add a chopped carrot, too....and...I have never added water--just the broth. I will have to try adding water next time. lol
    Hope you have a great night- xo Diana

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  6. Yum. Love me some homemade chicken noodle soup!! We had ham & bean tonight, with cornbread.

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  7. Looks delicious and a great way to use the carcass and leftover chicken.

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  8. I have about 3 bags of the broth from the carcass of several chickens...it's so nice to have when you might be in a hurry for a great soup...yours sounds so good.

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  9. So easy and looks so yummy! I love chicken soup.

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  10. Warms my soul just thinking about. Yay for soup season! This looks delicious! : )

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  11. I love this! Once in awhile when I'm lazy and don't want to cook, I'll grab a rotisserie chicken from the store . . . in fact, we just had one and I threw out that carcass. Shame on me! I won't make that mistake again!

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  12. Your soup looks wonderful!! It's always so "home" here and I love that! We have a bunch of teens over every Tuesday and last week I did a soup night. I made 4 different soups. I should write my chicken noodle soup down, I always make it out of my head.

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