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Thursday, March 11, 2004
On the Menu Today

On the menu today:

Fallen's Chicken Soup

Ingredients:
2 chicken breasts
4 celery stalks
2 large onions
4 carrots, peeled
4 cans of chicken broth
water
noodles or potatoes and rice

(This is a modification of my grandmother's chicken soup.  She always made her own stock to start, then added more to make it heartier.  I learned at her knee, so I've stayed fairly true to her recipe.)

Put chicken breasts in a large pot.  Cut two celery stalks, one onion and two peeled carrots in half.  Add to pot.  Cover with water.  Bring to boil and continue on medium heat until veggies are soft.  Take out chicken and put aside.  Remove veggies from stock and dispose.  Dice remaining onion, celery and carrots.  Add to stock.  Add chicken broth, and two more cans of water.  Season with salt and pepper.  Skin and dice chicken breasts.  Add chicken meat to broth. 

At this point, if you are making soup with potatoes and rice, peel and cube potatoes, add a small handful of long grain rice.  Cook until potatoes and carrots are tender.  If you are making this with noodles, bring to boil and cook soup til vegetables are almost cooked.  Add noodles and finish cooking.  Don't add too many noodles or they will absorb all the broth.


Posted at 06:58 pm by fallendarkness

 

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