According to Jennifer

Just turned 30. lovely Lawyer. Manhattanite relocated to the suburbs, but still a New Yorker. Shopping enthusiast. Always laughing. Puppy mother. Lover of life and good food. And for rhyming sake, also a new wife!
I made homemade chicken noodle soup for my sickie boyfriend on Monday. I think it did the trick because he’s feeling much better.
Now that I have started making chicken soup myself, I will never go back to any of the store bought varities. Homemade is so much better and it’s so easy. Here’s what I do:
-I use 32oz container of organic chicken stock (this is the only part of the recipe that’s not homemade, but I only use chicken breasts so I need to get a little extra flavor from somewhere - if you were to use a whole chicken, I think you could skip this part). Look at the ingredients and make sure everything is natural.
-32oz water - I fill that container up to make it exact
- 2 average sized onions - cut to preference
-3 celery stalks
-5 carrots, peeled and cut to preference
-3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
-Dill, as much as you want
-Salt and pepper to preference
I put all of these thing in a stock pot, and let them cook for 1-2 hours. It comes out so tasty, and is very easy.

I made homemade chicken noodle soup for my sickie boyfriend on Monday. I think it did the trick because he’s feeling much better.

Now that I have started making chicken soup myself, I will never go back to any of the store bought varities. Homemade is so much better and it’s so easy. Here’s what I do:

-I use 32oz container of organic chicken stock (this is the only part of the recipe that’s not homemade, but I only use chicken breasts so I need to get a little extra flavor from somewhere - if you were to use a whole chicken, I think you could skip this part). Look at the ingredients and make sure everything is natural.

-32oz water - I fill that container up to make it exact

- 2 average sized onions - cut to preference

-3 celery stalks

-5 carrots, peeled and cut to preference

-3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts

-Dill, as much as you want

-Salt and pepper to preference

I put all of these thing in a stock pot, and let them cook for 1-2 hours. It comes out so tasty, and is very easy.

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