Homemade Chicken Soup For the Soul


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They chicken soup is good for the soul. all I know is Homemade chicken soup is so comforting ,

whenever you have it. This is a more grown up version with the big bowtie pasta. It is a nice lunch or add a salad and call it Supper or Dinner to most of us southern folks we say supper. Hope you enjoy this recipe and please give me feedback. It you have a recipe or tips you would ever like to share with folks.  Please  send me a note and let me know. Looking to add some low carb down the line. Stay tuned to Mary’s Country Kitchen.

Homemade Chicken Soup
5 cups chicken broth
1 cup water
Salt
Pepper
Garlic powder
Fresh herbs Optional
Diced carrots
diced celery
Add pasta of choice near the end of cook time
Mix broth and vegetables and spices, cook for about 10 minutes and add chopped chicken and rest of ingredients. and enjoy
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Note: You can roast your own chicken or buy  already cooked chicken at your grocery. This recipe was made with a chicken I baked for supper the night before and saved my broth and just add my seasoning and chicken. I like to make two meals when I cook a whole chicken or roast and turn into something different the next day. Enjoy
 

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