Chicken noodle soup is known as Jewish penicillin for the natural antibiotics found in it. The health giving properties are meant to come from the bones. This is why I make my own chicken stock from scratch. I make a bone broth to ensure the best for the stock. And use the stock for my soups and risottos.
Take a look at this inspiring recipe for ♥ Chicken Noodle Soup ♥ from Lavender and Lime #LavenderAndLime Click To Tweet
The 7th of every month sees the Crazy Cooking Challenge reveal. This month we were challenged to make a chicken noodle soup. In trying to share with you bloggers from South Africa, I chose to make Spill’s recipe. Clare has an abiding passion for food, and also lives in the beautiful Western Cape. This dish was amazing – a must do again type of dish. It served us not only for supper, but for lunch for me the next day! It is delicious and the mint is a must have refreshing herb that compliments the dish so well.
Chicken Noodle Soup
- pour the stock into a large pot and add the garlic, ginger and chicken
- bring to the boil and then reduce the heat and simmer for 20 minutes
- make sure the chicken is tender before removing
- use a fork to shred the chicken
- return the chicken to the pot and add the noodles, corn, the spring onions and the soy
- bring to the boil for 2 minutes – check that the noodles are soft
- pour the soup into bowls and then garnish with the mint leaves and chilli
I am submitting this recipe to Presto Pasta Nights, which is being hosted this week by Helen of Fuss Free Flavors
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