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With homemade broth it just might rate five stars but didn't have that on hand. Did sub 3 tbsp. of Premium Better Than Bouillon veggie base from a jar bought at Kroger. Added that to 9.5 cups of boiling water. Thought it better than boxed or canned broth. Did not add salt. Kroger sells a 10.7 oz. pkg. of zucchini zoodles which were cut into quarters. Placed them in the bowls allowing the broth to heat and cook them a little while. My only major change would be to not chop the veggies too small; larger chunks would be more like the photo. Overall a good winter soup. Thank you bd.weld.
This is very good! The spices were SPOT ON! I added carrots and mushrooms and cream of mushroom soup just because I needed to use them up. We used homemade broth because we didn't have any canned used what we had for oil since we were out of olive oil. It's my first time cooking with zoodles so I wanted to be careful adding them in at the end. My zoodles were very thin. Next time I'll leave on the peel and might make the noodles a little wider. As others have said it's a perfect dish to make for someone with a cold or someone who has been out in the elements shoveling snow. This dish is very satisfying for chicken noodle soup lovers but at the same time it's nice and light. I would definitely serve this for company and I will make this again! This is a winner! Thanks SO MUCH for sharing!