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Chicken Noodle Soup

A perfect way to use up leftover chicken and even use the carcass to make the stock!


Makes approximately 4 - 6 servings

Preparation time is approximately 10 - 15 minutes

Cooking time is approximately 60 minutes




Ingredients


Stock:

1 chicken carcass (and any bones and left over juices)

2 carrots

2 celery sticks

1 onion

1 bay leaf

9 peppercorns

2 litres water

1 stock cube

For the soup:

2 carrots

1 celery stick

5 spring onions

150g rice noodles

2 tablespoons of soy sauce


How to make Chicken Noodle Soup


1. Put the chicken carcass and any bones and juices into a large saucepan (you may need to break the carcass down to fit in the pan).

2. Roughly chop the carrot, onion and celery and add to the pan along with the stock cube.

3. Add the rest of the stock ingredients and put the pan on a high heat and bring to the boil.

4. Simmer for at least an hour, removing any scum with a spoon.

5. Drain the liquid into another pan using a sieve and leave the chicken carcass to cool.

6. When cool enough to handle pick the meat off the carcass and bones and add back to the pan with the stock, throw away the bones, skin and vegetables.

7. Chop the other carrots and celery into small pieces and add to the pan, simmer for 5 minutes or until the carrots are cooked.

8. Finely chop the spring onion and add to the pan along with the soy sauce.

9. Break the noodles into the pan and simmer for 1-2 minutes (they will continue to cook while you serve).

10. Check the seasoning and add salt and pepper to taste.


To serve: Delicious with wholemeal bread.

HINTS & TIPS


You could substitute the Parmesan with cheddar cheese (but add an extra 20g).


If you aren’t a fan of chilli, it is absolutely fine to leave it out!


Make this pudding ‘Greek’ style by substituting mozzarella with feta cheese and use dried oregano instead of rosemary.


Please click HERE to see Cooking Good’s statement on allergens and substitutions within recipes.


Don’t forget to look at our useful articles on a variety of family topics including batch cooking, leftovers, hydration, fussy eaters and more! Here is the LINK.

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