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Winter Warming Chicken Noodle Soup

Updated: Jan 28




Hey everyone, just wanted to share this Nutritious winter warmer with you all! So I was in my kitchen one day thinking what would be a great comfort food and whats more better than Rosemary for warming us up? What a beautiful herb what has amazing properties, with its calmative effect not only this but it is antimicrobial, a great antioxidant and actually helps protect the liver from any toxins! Enjoying the soup even more with so many health benefits and a great taste to match, what more do you need! Remember try get all organic if you can for a wholesome and more nutritional pot of soup. Below I will list the ingredients in which you need to make this delish soup!


  • 3 chicken breast (dependant on your preference)

  • 1-2 table spoon of coconut oil(no odor one)

  • 1 white onion, peeled and chopped

  • 2 medium carrots, peeled and chopped

  • 2 garlic cloves pressed and chopped

  • 1 leek peeled and diced

  • half a punnet of broccoli peeled and chopped

  • 2 pints of water for chicken stock(add more if needed throughout)

  • 2 cubes of chicken stock (I chose kaalo organic yum)

  • 2-3 sprigs of fresh rosemary depending on taste

  • Dry vermachelli rice noodles from M&S take one out the pack split in half that is enough(a little goes a long way)

  • Brown seeded sourdough bread(Sainsburys do an amazing one in the fresh bakery part, lots of butter yum!)


2/3 servings if need more just double the recipe up!

60mins


Method;


Throw in the coconut oil, let it heat up. Whilst waiting, out the full chicken breasts in put the lid on and let the chickens sweat for a good 15 minutes keep checking them and stirring throughout!!


Get all the prepped vegetables and rosemary, throw them in the pot with the chicken, I use a cast iron. Keep mixing around then adding the garlic.

Really get the taste on that chicken and close the pot and let everything stew for about 15 minutes.


We then want to check chicken is done, it definately should be by this point. If so, take just the chicken out the pot. String the chicken apart with two forks so we have that pulled chicken effect. Leave to the side for about 5 minute.


Whilst chicken is waiting, pour the chicken stock into the pot.


Re add the chicken, give it a stir, close the pot and on a low temp let it all simmer together for about 20 minutes.


Once up, we then add the noodles right at the end with some salt and pepper to season.


This will be done in 5 minutes.


Ready!


Ladle the soup into bowls, then bring the sourdough bread to dip, enjoy !!!


Erin


xxx


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