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My 4 year old daughter wanted to make chicken soup. Time would not allow us to make my usual crock pot recipe. So, I visited allrecipes.com and found this already 5 star rated recipe and it lives up to that rating! My daughter had the greatest time making this with me. We followed the recipe to the "T" and loved every bite! I know anyone who tries this recipe will thoroughly enjoy it! Its restaurant quality in our opinion. My husband and I have recently returned from London. There we dined in many fine restuarants of which none have come close to this recipe. A chicken consomme from our 5 star hotel did not compare to the flavors of this recipe. Try it, enjoy it then share it with others.Read More
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Can someone tell me how much liquid do I use. This is unclear to me. Also where do I find chicken soup mix, I have no problem finding chicken noodle mix, but not just straight chichen soup mix. thks so muchRead More
My 4 year old daughter wanted to make chicken soup. Time would not allow us to make my usual crock pot recipe. So, I visited allrecipes.com and found this already 5 star rated recipe and it lives up to that rating! My daughter had the greatest time making this with me. We followed the recipe to the "T" and loved every bite! I know anyone who tries this recipe will thoroughly enjoy it! Its restaurant quality in our opinion. My husband and I have recently returned from London. There we dined in many fine restuarants of which none have come close to this recipe. A chicken consomme from our 5 star hotel did not compare to the flavors of this recipe. Try it, enjoy it then share it with others.
I've made this many times and I love it. I have enhanced/extended it by adding a package of dry Knorr Leek Soup. It makes it a little creamy and adds vegetable content and color. I usually use a cooked rotiserie chicken and cook up the carcass for stock after cutting off the meat.
I know it's not quite fair to rate a soup that you have not made as the recipe states...but it was an excellent starting point and for someone who have not made CNS from scratch before I needed a starting point. As with almost all recipes, I fixed it a little more to my liking and to what I had on hand. I wouldn't buy a whole chicken simply to boil and make a soup out of. That's what leftovers are for...to make soup. Take a broiled chix...eat it and then boil the carcass in enough water to cover. Shred leftover meat, keep aside. Drain boiled carcass..toss bones, keep broth. Add to broth 2 tbsp chix boullion, 2 cubes beef boullion, sliced carrot, onion, celery and chix. Add the following spices as you see fit: Thyme, basil,parsely, pepper, red pepper flakes (Careful! 1/2 tsp goes a LONG way) noodles of your choice and simmer for 30-40 mins and voila! Easy chix soup!
Can someone tell me how much liquid do I use. This is unclear to me. Also where do I find chicken soup mix, I have no problem finding chicken noodle mix, but not just straight chichen soup mix. thks so much
This was FANTATIC! I used chicken breasts since we are white meat eaters. I used 32 ounces of chicken stock instead of broth for more flavors and less salt. I've made it twice and just can't force myself to put the packet of chicken soup mix in it. We like diced potatoes and corn in our soup so I addes about 4 small potaotes and 1 cup of corn. Both times, this was the best chicken soup I've ever made. Thanks for the recipe!
I made this soup for my boyfriend who has a cold and it was excellent! I used 4 chicken breasts instead of a whole chicken and since my boyfriend does not like onions I put 3 cloves of finely chopped garlic instead. I also added more celery, 2 cut up potatoes and sliced zucchini. The soup was so hearty that I probably did not need to add the pasta. Thank you so much for this!!! We loved it!
This recipe turned out well for me with three bone-in chicken breasts. Note she doesn't say how much water to cook the chicken in so the spices and seasonings are all approximate amounts depending on how much water is used in the soup. This recipe is just right for the experienced chicken soup maker but for those new to it, beware you have to put in seasonings to taste. I used medium shell pasta and it worked out well.
Awesome soup! This was my first time making homemade chicken noodle soup and it was fantastic. I left out the soup packet and subsituted 1 chicken bouillon cube for the 2 beef bouillon cubes that the recipe called for. My husband said it tastes just like his grandmothers. Thanks for the recipe...it's definitely a keeper.
This soup is simply delicious. As it stands, It deserves a 5. I use the McCormick Slow Cooker - Chicken noodle soup mix. It has nothing but a bunch of seasonings that riddle this dish with wonderful flavor. I have made it several times and have found that the liquids get absorbed at different rates if based on your length of cook time. I have found that as the recipe stands, it absorbs too much of the liquid for my preference, so I usually don't just cover the chicken, but go a few inches over. I like to add my carrot peels along with the celery leaves when I boil the chicken - may not make much difference, but I think it adds to the nutrients. I also use about 1 1/2 lbs of boneless chicken breasts if I don't have the whole chicken. I have reduced the noodles by about half at times and it still turns out great with less liquid absorption. These suggestions don't seem to detract from the original flavor. If you like chicken soup, this is the recipe that rocks!!!
Question...Found this recipe and by the review it sounds great. I have one question I hope someone can answer. It calls for 1 packet of chicken noodle soup mix...I can only think of Lipton Chicken Noodle?? Is there another soup mix it my be referring to? Thank you.
This was very good. My husband and I have bad colds and this was a satisfying meal - made us feel much better! I used such a big pot though that I feel I had too much water and the way I read the recipe it seemed you were to keep the water even though you did add broth later. I also added salt and pepper and a bay leaf while I was cooking the whole chicken. I did feel it was a little light on the vegetables, but that could be due to my having a little too much water.
We made this recipe pretty much as-is, and it was fantastic. The only thing I might suggest as a change is to not put the pasta in during cooking, as this reduced the amount of broth significantly, and after a night in the fridge, the leftover soup had almost no liquid left. For our next prep, we'll cook the noodles separately, and add them per bowl.
If you really want to make this the BEST Chicken Soup ever... 1) Make a ton. 5 - 6 lb chicken, and double everything. 2) Don't be shy with the pinches. It needs seasoning. (Like a Marinara...). Plenty of pepper, salt, and a little sweetener too. 3) Nix the Soup Mix. Don't need it. 4) Peppers! Couple Green and a medley of colored sweet. Adds color. 5) Bell Seasoning is critical. 6) Garlic should be added. Regarding the water - it says cover it, that's it. I use Egg Noodles instead of bowties. Looks more like authentic. Enjoy!
Wonderful! My family loved it! We got 2 - 3 meals out of it.
no offense but any chicken soup will taste good with the amount of msg in this recipe. i would like to see the results with a completely msg free base. i will rate again with that review for those who are sensitive to all forms of it....autolyzed yeast extract,yeast extract, maltodextrin, torula yeast, msg, etc.
Though I eyeballed the ingredient ratios and tweaked this a bit (added corn, used egg noodles, added garlic, etc.) this was a PHENOMENAL chicken noodle soup base. The beef broth and dry soup mix (along with the great blend of spices) gave this such a depth of flavor. AWESOME for a snow storm weekend! Thanks!
This is the best recipe for Chicken Soup I have ever tried. I have done a lot of chicken soups but never found them to have enough flavour. My Grandmother taught me how to make chicken soup, but this is amazing..I make it all the time and everyone loves it. I was visiting my home town and friend ended up with a bad cold, well chicken soup to the rescue, he could not believe how this soup tasted...top quality...better than you would get at any restaurant. I do change the noodle to an egg noodle that is fine or alphabet ones, but whatever makes you smile is what I make it with.
I hate to say this...but this soup had a funky taste. I don't know if it was from the soup mix, but that's what I think. I never add unnatural ingredients to my soups and should have stayed true to that.
I'm a huge soup lover but this was my first experience making homemade chicken soup. It won't be my last this was perfect! Everyone in my family was sick with a bad cold. So, despite being August and 90 degrees outside I decided a batch of chicken soup is just what we needed! This was also my first try at boiling a whole chicken I boiled mine on low for nearly two hours and it was so yummy! The meat was literally falling off the bone. I also boiled my chicken with a few stalks of celery and an onion. I then used my homemade chicken stock instead of using canned broth. It was delicious! I also added garlic, a chopped onion and a package of cream of spinach. Added a bit of color and nutrients. It was wonderful! Just what we needed. Even my picky three year old enjoyed it. It made enough to feed an army. We ate leftovers for 3 days! I will definitely make this again. Next time I might use egg noodles instead of the bow tie. There were a little large and hard for my kids to spoon. Otherwise perfect!!
I am a complete novice. I've never made soup in my life. I don't enjoy cooking..however, I wanted to try this recipe for a very sick friend. Well, the soup turned out fantastic! Easy and great! The best I've ever had! I tweeked it as other reviewers said to do, I added the Leek soup mix, (awesome)and corn. The longer you simmer it the more tasty it gets..SO excellent! My friend was amazed and my family had a really great meal as well. The recipe does not say how much water to add at the beginning, but I just made sure the chicken was immersed when boiling it. I did not cover it, ever, so the water evaporated and it worked out perfectly! Bon appetit!
This is a nice recipe but the beef boullion did not go well with it. I tried it again with only chicken flavoring and it turned out excellent. Thanks for the recipe!!
I love this recipe. It is the one that started me off on this site. I use barill medium shells instead of bow tie and also add about .5 teaspoons full of red pepper flakes. Additionally, I add a can of tomato sauce and a full bag of fresh spinach. Delicious with the quick yeast roll recipe I have saved. Yum!
Best soup ever. I followed it to a tee and there wasn't any leftovers at all. My son doesn't like onions and I don't like texture of cooked celery, so I chop these very fine and when I remove the chicken I strain the stock. You still have the flavor and my son doesn't even know he is eating onion. Definate keeper!
Delicious! What homemade chicken soup isn't???
I've made this soup twice and the only thing I changed was adding some fresh cloves of garlic to it. Kudos to you CARRIEK! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.
THAT WAS GOOD! I had 2 large skinless chicken breasts and 2 thighs with skin in the fridge and decided to make this. I'm thinking that using an entire chicken probably would have given the broth more flavor, but this worked. Put the chicken in a soup pot and added cold water so that the chicken was immersed with about an inch or so of water over the chicken (figured it would boil off). Boiled the chicken for about 30 minutes. Used tongs and a meat thermometer to make sure the chicken was done (I'm a total novice). Put the chicken aside to cool and left the stock liquid in the pot. Basically followed #2 after that...added some peppercorns thyme and parsley without measuring..just a bit of each. Also added some salt..probably 2 tbsp. Did not add poultry seasoning or basil or bay leaves 'cause I didn't have them. The soup mix I used was Shore Lunch Chicken Soup mix that my wife bought at Whole Foods (I think). Once the vegies were about done (prob 30 more minutes), I added the chicken back and 1/2 box of Barilla Farfale noodles (the soup mix had noodles, but not enough). Let it simmer till the noodles were done..thats it..tasty and delicious..
Well, I dont have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen, so I threw the chicken into a pressure cooker! Covered with water, added the celery, and brought it up to pressure. According to the chart, it only needed 15 minutes at that point, so I gave it 20. Worked great! Chicken was very soft and tender. recommend it in a time crunch. followed various other suggestions regarding spices and other veggies.
This really is wonderful! It makes a huge amount of soup but my husband and two friends finished it off in less than two days! I didn't use a whole chicken--3lbs. of bone-in half breasts was actually a lot easier and was plenty of meat. This is truly comfort food at its best.
I hate soup in general but it was snowing... THIS IS THE ABSOLUTE BEST SOUP I HAVE EVER TASTED. Good enough that I'm putting it in our family cookbook that I plan on giving to my daughter when she goes to college. The only changes I made was using boneless breasts & putting everything in the crockpot after the chicken was boiled. I didn't have the chicken stock but I think it would've only made it taste even better. I added water.
Everyone loved it...especially my husband who is hard to please when it comes to healthy food. :-)
This is the second time I've LOVE it. I don't use the packet of dried soup, but add extra broth. I use orzo instead of bow tie pasta. My only problem is My "pinch" is about a teaspoon. I will make this many more times.
I hate to say anything negative about this recipe, I really loved it... BUT it needs a bit of revision! I was going to use the entire 1 pound of baby carrots, but when I started adding them, realized I would wind up with carrot soup with chicken. Amount of carrots needed to be cut WAY back. I used 1/2 and it was still way too much. I wound up scooping lots out after cooking. (And I do like carrots!) Also needs lots more liquid. This boiled down too much. Added almost a quart more broth and water. Needs more liquid, way fewer carrots. I loved the flavor. And don't add any salt!!!!
Like others I was skeptical of adding boullion cubes and powdered chicken soup to what could be a nice natural soup. But, it did boost the flavor in a wonderful way - and boy did I get the compliments. When I simmered my chicken parts I added the usual celery, carrot, onion, and some herbs to make my own broth. Try it - you will be suprised!
My sister said this was "as good" as our Mothers chicken soup..but we won't tell Mom! (wink wink): Followed closely although didn't add the chicken noodle soup mix as I wanted to keep it au natural: natural stock and broth were enough chicken flavor....used wide egg noodles instead of bow-ties, and chopped fresh carrots instead of babies. Simply wonderful...even better second and third days!!!
This is a good recipe to start with when you can't remember how to make chicken soup! This is fairly close to what my mom and aunt use to make when I was growing up. I did not use the chicken noodle soup mix and I boiled the chicken with the celery and carrots and onions first. Spices should be used to taste too. After straining the broth when the chicken was cooked, I added additional carrots to the broth and simmered until the carrots were cooked. I personally like more carrots in my soup. I used orzo as the pasta. Do not put the pasta into the soup, it will absorb too much of the broth. I cook the pasta (your choice) and then put it into individual soup bowls and then add the soup into each bowl. Store leftover pasta separately from your soup. I love the Orzo or Asini De Pepe pasta with chicken soup instead of the larger types of pasta that can be used. Turned out really good! Nothing like chicken soup on a cold rainy day.
This really is the best chicken soup! I followed this recipe almost to the T, I had a 3 1/2 chicken, only used 1/4 of a onion and no peppercorns, used 1/4 tsp pepper instead. The directions confused me because I wasn't sure how much water to use but I followed as directed and just covered the chicken. it turned out perfect. I noticed that others used chicken breast because they didn't like dark meat. I don't recommended using just the breast. There is much more flavor when you use a whole chicken. Plus if you use a slightly larger chicken you can get more white meat.
This soup was very good. I needed to add extra chicken flavor.
This was a good base. I ended up adding a few things to the soup ... Plus I used a whole chicken and adding fresh herbs, garlic, onion and mushrooms making a stock out of the liquid. I used a rotini pasta as I had it in my pantry. Turned out great.
I made this recipe on a cold spring day and it was a great comfort food! I used 4 cubed chicken breasts, covered the meat with water, threw all of the other ingredients in the pot at once and simmered away. I added one xtra bag of chicken soup mix which gave me extra flavor & all the pasta I needed without adding anything extra at the end. I also added lots of garlic and some peas and corn. If you do add more pasta, be sure to cook it separately first to avoid losing all of your tasty broth. I also made fresh bread to go with and it was great for dipping. Like most soups/stews I can hardly wait to see how much better it gets over the next one or two days......can it get any better? This is one for everyone's recipe book. Easy and delicious. No fuss all flavor!!!
So good. This recipe was easy and extremely flavorful. I used 1/2 of a rotisserie chicken and it was still Yum Yum!
My husband was up all night very ill with a stomach virus. Since he was still a bit queasy, I wanted to make him a healthy chicken soup. This fit the bill. I followed the recipe exactly, with the only exceptions being following other reviewers tips and adding a bit of garlic and spinach. He and I just finished eating it. It really is a delicious soup, although I am glad it makes plenty because I feel sure it will taste better the next day. The only ingredient I wasn't crazy about in this soup was the addition of the chicken noodle soup mix, it seemed I could taste it in every bite. But that is a personal thing because a few years ago I lost 110 pounds and I ate a lot of that stuff, so it is not a taste I like to relive!! Though I didn't really love this soup as I had hoped, it was something I felt really good about serving to my sick hubby. Thanks for the recipe!
This is an excellent chicken soup recipe. I always get asked for the recipe. My family isn't crazy about pasta so I put in more veggies. Sometimes I prefer a more "sagey" flavor, so I double the poultry seasoning. Thanks for sharing,Carrie.
This soup was excellent! It had a lot of flavor and I only changed a few things: used chicken breasts with bones instead of the whole chicken, used chicken bouillon instead of beef and whole wheat noodles instead of regular farfalle.
I've searched high and low for a good, old-fashioned chicken soup recipe. This one is awesome, and fun for kids to help with.
Very good recipe for basic chicken noodle soup. I added my own extra touches (spices and vegetables on hand) to customize it. Didn't use the chicken noodle soup mix (yuck) as I wanted to keep it as healthy as possible. Also didn't use canned chicken broth, but my own homemade chicken stock to add more volume. You can experiment with this recipe to make it your own...use what you have on hand and it will be great! Cooked it for many hours to develop the flavors and added the pasta during the last 10 minutes before serving.
This was super! I did put 2 small diced potatoes in it. WE LOVE POTATOES.. So the potatoes didn't take away from the soup at all. Have made this several times, But we are SOUP lovers....
Great... so good and easy recipe, i didn't have all the ingredients but still we enjoyed it.. Thanks for sharing it!!
I think this is a good recipe other than the fact that the “chicken noodle soup packet” doesn’t give me much of clue as to what exactly the recipe is calling for.
Delicious! I had the flu and my son was coming down with a cold. I love soup but my son did not until he tasted this soup! He ate two (2) bowls! " Mom, this is good!
This is THE BEST chicken soup I have ever had. Hate to say this but its even better than mom's
We love this recipe. I actually used an egg noodle that was added in the same way as the bow-tie pasta.
great ideas for amazing soup. I used all natural chicken broth only no beef bouillon, no noodle soup mix. I used whole wheat egg noodles and added diced red potato and garlic. I always cook my noodles seperately then add at the last minute as they will soak up the good broth. Mmmmm! Gave it 4 stars just cuz I made it my own. Make it yours!
AWESOME! JUST WHAT The doctor ordered!!
Yes it was delicious! Will definitely make this again.
Best name for the Best chicken soup every. I definately agree with the title. My family and friends love it
I made this for my family that was visiting from Fla. Being that is was cold here I thought this would be a good idea never done homemade before. This was a really great recipe with a few changes. I put it all in the crockpot and cooked it all day long,didn't use the soup mix(didn't need it)I used chicken breasts instead of whole chicken(less grease)No noodles.Added more celery less carrots. It was sooo good.
This turned out to be very good chicken soup. Instead of cutting the chicken into pieces I shredded mine by hand (time consuming) but well worth it. My wife and 16 month old daughter loved it. It is great.
Will make this again. This was very good. Yum
Excellent! Used what I had on hand (daughter and grandson both have colds with fevers). I used 4 chicken leg quarters, added some mixed veggies--didn't have any pasta so I threw in the macaroni from a boxed mac & cheese. Also used chicken soup base since I didn't have the chicken soup mix.
I made this a couple of days ago, after having dealt with a miserable cold all week, and it was a perfect, healthy and delicious soup. I made no real changes to the recipe, just made it as the recipe stated. Everyone loved it, and I have to agree, its the best chicken soup I've ever made. I will be making this one again!
Love this recipe! Makes a lot...I substituted barley for the noodles. Perfect for freezing and pulling out for an easy dinner later.
All hail the best chicken soup ever! I made a few additions... I used all fresh herbs, and added fresh dill, (a few small sprigs. Also, Shitake Mushrooms are a fantastic addition. This was the PERFECT cure for my boyfriends stomach flu and some very satisfying helpings for me. REALLY looking forward to making this one again. It will become a regular recipe for us.
I'D GIVE THIS 10 STARS IF I COULD. I'VE MADE SO MANY RECIPES IN THE PAST, TRYING TO FIND A REALLY RICH, HEARTY CHICKEN SOUP. AND HERE IT IS. TASTES BETTER THE NEXT DAY. MY HUSBAND RAVED. I WILL LOOK NO FURTHER.
I was looking for a good, hearty chicken noodle soup recipe to chase my daughter's and wife's Summer colds away...and this one exceeded my expectations!! The package of dry chicken noodle soup and the beef boullion seemed like overkill at first, but they don't add body woithout over-powering the soup. Likewise, the basil, thyme, and other seasonings do not overpower either. Rather they contibute to a sweet, clean taste to compliment the soup's full body. No, this is not your mother's chicken soup. It is much, much better.
Excellent! I used chicken breasts, one onion, and added peas.
Best chicken soup ever! I make it all the time
Hmmm, this is a hard one for me to rate because I was unsure of the packet of chicken noodle soup mix.....I didn't want to put dehydrated veges in my homemade soup so I omitted it. Other than that, I followed the recipe, and again was unsure of the beef bouillon, but it seemed to work. I do think that the broth lacked the "chicken" flavor that my normal broth has, but it was well worth the shot. I cooked my pasta before adding it to the soup so it didn't consume all of the broth. Thanks for the post Carrie.
I have to say that I will keep this easy recipe for ever. I follow this recipe to the T but I added two garlic cloves and didn't put the chicken soup powder pocket because I didn't I have any. Instead of pasta I always use 1/2 cup of rice. This chicken soup turn out to be Delicious!!! Thank you ones again.
Wonderful! The only thing that I did different was, I didn't have beef bouillon cubes, so I used 2 tsp of beef bouillon granules. Also I used 3 carrots and chopped them finely. I only used 1/2 of an onion, my family is not big on onions. I also added salt.
Loved this recipe. Best chicken noodle soup I have ever made. Everyone loved it and had more than one dish. I'm a very picky eater and I thought it was very good.
This is the best chicken soup recipe I have ever tried! My whole family loved it.
All the flavors were wonderful... The only exception was we took out the chicken soup mix... It definitely didnt need it!!! It reminded me of the homemade soup my mother and grandmother made when we were kids and sick... next time i may add spinach for just a little bit more vegetable.. enjoy
This has become our favorite chicken soup recipe! I'm making it over & over again... I do add a little bit of cubed potatoes in addition to the noodles.
This soup is awesome. It was my first time to ever use a whole chicken, and I went for a 5.5 pounder and doubled the recipe as I was making it for a few sick friends. I was hesitant to use so much water at the beginning because it just seemed like a TON of broth. In the end, though, it was not as liquidy as I would have liked, and I ended up adding about 6 extra cups of water. I did have to add a LOT more of every spice, or I believe this would have ended up pretty bland. I also did not use the 2 cans of chicken broth since it seemed like so much liquid at that point. Then I was able to add some salt for flavor and not worry too much about sodium content!
Crazy good. I made a few modifications: - My husband likes egg drop soup, so right before serving, I let the soup get to a rolling boil and slowly poured the mixture of 4 eggs into it. - Rosemary is a great substitute for any of the spices below that you don't happen to have. - My husband has comforting memories of his mother using Lipton Noodle soup, so I used angel hair pasta broken into small pieces for the noodles. It really did have the "look" of that old standby for sick kids.
This was SO delicious! There were so many flavors and textures. I did take some previous advice given about adding more veggies. I added some sliced portobello mushrooms. I will definitely br making this again. It was so easy :)
Best I ever have made. Even the kids eat it Thanks alot
I enjoyed this a lot. I didn't have any thyme, so I left that out and small egg noodles - not bow tie. Very good flavor and better the second and third days - yum. This is a keeper.
This is a really good chicken noodle soup and fast became a favorite at our house. The only thing I changed was I added more herbs, fresh herbs and more peppercorns. Overall though it turned out great.
I used two basil/tomato marinated chicken breasts, and it was the best chicken soup I have ever tasted! THANK YOU!!
I was very excited to try making this homemade soup because of the recipes, but I have to say that I found this recipe bland beyond belief. I followed everything to a "t", but was not impressed with the finished product.
This was so good. I added a potato and a can of corn. I didn't cook it as long as it said because then everything would be too mushy. I didn't have all the ingredients, like the package of chicken soup mix, but this still turned out really good. And I had some fresh green beans so I added those, too. Really yummy.
Delicious! Although I used thin egg noodles. Really enjoyed this soup
Very good. Make this every winter for those cold sick days.
I concur! This is the best chicken soup ever! I've also made it with barley instead of bow tie pasta and it was just as tasty. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
this is delicious. While I was making it, my husband kept telling me I was wasting time because we could just eat the stuff in the can. When I gave him a bowl for dinner the next day he changed his tune and asked when I would be making it next. Thank you for a wonderful recipe and remember that it is worth the time and extra attention.
I tried this recipe and I thought it was wonderful. I'm making a second pot now.
One of our local grocery stores has wonderful roasted whole chickens at a very fair price. I buy one almost every week and make stock from the bones when it's almost gone. Great broth and with this recipe, great soup. Thank you.
I thought this was a great recipe. The flavor was very good.
Oh My God! Best chicken soup I've ever made! The noodle soup mix definitely gives it more dimension. Here were my changes: I Googled poultry seasoning as I did not have it on hand, was able to make it from scratch with various spices. Also used a rotissertie chicken from the store and 10 cups of chicken broth. Only 1 onion. Thank you Carrie K.!
A little work but totally worth it. It's by far the best and everyone will love it!
This recipe was not only easy but it was EXACT with the measurements. The only thing I added was additional poultry seasoning as there is not an exact amount and it needed more than a "pinch". I also added salt.
This is a super recipe. I would be careful about putting too much bow-tie pasta in though. The Pasta absorbs a LOT of broth. The recipe makes a TON of soup so be prepared to store some leftovers.
So easy and delicious. My first time EVER making chicken noodle soup. Thank you for the recipe!
The name fits the recipe! This is the BEST chicken soup! I made a few minor adjustments according to my taste(s) and WOW!! Delicious!! This is my new chicken soup recipe.
This is the greatest chicken soup i have ever had. I thank the author for posting it..one word for it mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!
Awesome! Didn't add soup mix - it was perfect. Didn't need it.
Today I woke up with a cold and the urge to cook something from scratch so what better to make than chicken soup - except I'm not a fan chicken noodle soup. Considering that my only experience with chicken noodle soup was from a can, I decided to throw caution to the wind and make this soup. Coming from someone who doesn't like celery or cooked onions, this soup is quite good. The vegetables cooked up nice and soft so they're a non-issue, and combined with the pasta and the chicken, the soup is quite satisfying. If I had it to do again, I think I would use dark meat chicken only as it's wonderfully moist. Oh! And after having a bowl of this soup, my cold feels much better!
THE VERY BEST!!