Mom’s Chicken Soup…Comfort Food for The Soul will cure anything that ails you or anyone else that just needs some extra soothing and taking care of. My children, who are adults and have children of their own, still call me when they’re sick. I’m lucky enough to have all my children and grandchildren living in the same town as I do, but it sure does keep me busy. When one gets a cold, hold on tight because they all end up with one! Sometimes you just need a hot bowl of loving to get you through any ailment or troubles and the best person to call for that is Mom!
Mom’s Chicken Soup…Comfort Food for The Soul is a cup for of loving! It’s a cure all for that ails everyone. Life doesn’t get any better than a bowl full of mom’s medicine.
- 1- Roasted Chicken*
- 6 – Large Carrots – sliced thin
- 4 – Large Celery Stalks – sliced thin
- 1 – White Onion - chopped
- 2 - Cartons – Gluten-Free Chicken Stock
- 8 Cups – Water
- 1 Tsp – Salt**
- 1 TBS – Pepper
- ½ Tsp – Sage
- 1 TBS - Parsley
- 1 Tsp – Mrs. Dash Original
- ½ Pack – Rice Noodles
- In a large stock pot boil chicken in water for 30 minutes. This releases all the flavors.
- Remove chicken and allow to cool, then de-bone chicken and set aside. Do not dump out water, this is your base for making soup.
- Add carrots, celery, and chicken stock to pot and cook on medium for 30 minutes.
- Add chicken and cook an additional 10 minutes.
- Fix rice noodles according to package.
- Remove from heat, add rice noodles, cover and let sit for 5 minutes. Ready to serve!
*I buy a plain/original roasted chicken from our local market. Be careful, make sure it says original or plain because some seasonings are not gluten-free. **If you buy unsalted chicken stock, you may want to add more. I prefer less salt in mine.
Mom’s Chicken Soup…Comfort Food for The Soul is a spoonful of medicine and will crank up those healing thoughts on the first bite! It will chase all those sniffles, sore throats, aching muscles, I-just-need-my-mother blues away! My mom made the best chicken soup (this is a quick version) in the entire world! She loved being in the kitchen and was a phenomenal cook. I owe her for my love of cooking and baking today. Thanks mom, I love you. Each and every time I make this for myself, my family, or guests, it makes me feel like she’s standing right next me! This simple and easy chicken soup is one of the best cures out there. It’s loaded with love and all the goodness it takes warm the body, heart, and soul. I love when my cup runs over with Mom’s Chicken Soup…Comfort Food for the Soul.
From my kitchen to yours,