I lost my voice. So, this recipe is definitely needed today! Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup recipes can sometimes seem complex. You have to make the stock, simmer until flavors develop, and be careful not to over season. I’m making it easy without skimming on the goodness.
I prefer white meat in my Chicken Noodle Soup. But, feel free to use whatever you like. The whole chicken can be used it you’re making a large batch. I use bone in chicken breasts. I always sear the skin side of the bird before making a stock.
Mirepoix! I love saying that dang word! But, it’s golden in a stock! Especially a soup stock! Saute them down right after searing your chicken.
This is 100% feel good, wellness soup! I don’t think a cold can survive and piping hot bowl of this stuff. It was just what my throat needed! Store this recipe. It’ll come in handy during Cold and Flu season. Stay well, my loves.
My air conditioner is on as I type this. It’s almost 70 degrees today. And tomorrow it’ll probably get down to the 50’s. Typical winter in Louisiana! But, I couldn’t wait on the weather to make soup! I’ve been wanting soup all week! And today, I got in my kitchen and made this heavenly Chicken and Spinach Tortellini soup!
Olive Garden, I want to challenge you to a soup-off! You Zuppa Toscana against my Chicken Tort soup! Let’s go! Seriously, I really believe that this recipe will win it.
I love spinach, so I didn’t even bother chopping it up. I just put handfuls of fresh spinach leaves into my Dutch oven. Oh, and let me tell you that the aromatics from the mirepoix allow was incredible! My kitchen smelled so good while preparing this soup!
And it was very, very easy to make. I always encourage you to either make your own chicken stock or use a chicken base instead of those boxes of chicken broth. It really makes a difference in the end product.
Serve it with some crusty bread and you’ll have the perfect chilly day lunch! Or, turn the AC on like I did and have it year round!
Chicken Pot Pie just got real! And easy! The creaminess is pure comfort. Soooooo easy to make! Watch!
I’m enjoying this month of slow cooking. My poor slow cooker is all confused. Like, girl, when did you decide to put me to work! lol It’s making me lazy! Just throwing everything in one pot, putting on the lid, and going about my business has been a game changer for me.
Feel free to use any veggies you’d like. Pearl onions, corn, green beans, hey, it’s your Crock pot! I hope you enjoy this one! And keep the recipe requests coming in!
So, Louisiana finally decided to have a winter! YAAAAAAY!!! Chile, I had to hurry up and make my soup for you before Summer returns next week. Seriously, we were wearing flip flops for Christmas. I can’t express how excited I am to make this Loaded Potato Soup for my Cookies!
I’m challenging myself to give you guys slow cooker recipes this whole month! Yes, babies!! I’ve gotten your emails and messages for more “Crock pot recipes”. You know, I gotcha!
You can definitely use this recipe and make the soup on the stove for a shorter cooking time. Just make the roux, add in the liquids and potatoes, simmer for 25-30 mins, throw on some toppings, and ya done! This recipe is just plain simple. And the taste….lawwwwwd! Just make it and see for yourself.