Hi everyone, its Natasha of Natashaskitchen.com and today we’re making classic chicken noodle soup. It is loaded
with juicy chicken and tender noodles. This is so easy, good for you and a true
comfort food. And it’s a family favorite. Start by pouring 10 cups of water and 4
cups of chicken broth into a large soup pot. Add a tablespoon of sea salt, then
bring it to a boil over medium-high heat and add 4 chicken thighs. Partially cover
and keep it at a low boil for 20 minutes while you prep the rest of your
ingredients. Peel and thinly slice 2 large or three medium carrots and set
them aside. Now finely chop 2 medium celery sticks and I like to finely chop
them because I don’t love the texture of celery but I do love the flavor that it
adds to the soup. Also finely chop one whole medium onion and it seems like a
lot of onion now, but don’t worry, it shrinks down and disappears into the
soup and if you have some great tips on chopping onions without the tears, let me
know in a comment below. I’ve tried some things, but I just think my eyeballs
don’t like the onions. Now place a large pan over medium-high heat with 2
tablespoons of olive oil and add the chopped onions and celery. Saute, stirring
frequently for 5 to 8 minutes or until the onions are golden.
Transfer your sautéed veggies to the soup pot along with your sliced carrots.
Now add 6 to 8 ounces of spiral pasta, depending on how hard you want your soup
to be and cook for 15 minutes at a low boil or until the pasta reaches your
desired doneness. While the pasta is cooking, remove the chicken thighs and
use two forks to shred the chicken into bite-size pieces. Discard any fat or
bones. Transfer the shredded chicken back to
the pot. When the pasta is just about done cooking, season the soup with one
teaspoon of Mrs. Dash or your favorite salt free seasoning, then add one large
pressed garlic clove, three tablespoons of fresh dill and more salt to taste if
needed. Simmer for another minute then turn off the heat.
Yum! We are done and that was so easy. This is one of my go-to soups because it
comes together so quick and everybody in my family loves this. And look at just
how loaded and hearty this is. It has so much chicken in it and I personally love
overcooking the noodles so they’re like big and plump and my kids love it too.
But you don’t have to overcook yours if you don’t want to. I’m gonna serve this
up right away because I cannot wait. Oh my goodness! This is old-school comfort
food chicken noodle soup. All right, going in for the taste test. I cannot wait. This
is one of my all-time favorite soups all All right, a little bit of everything. This is
so hardy and loaded. This is so good, such a comforting food. Oh, seriously I can
eat this three times a day. I love the plump noodles in every bite and the
chicken is just fall apart tender and so juicy. And using chicken thighs, gives it
some really good flavor. I’d say that’s the secret to making this soup
completely amazing. Yum – yum! I cannot wait to enjoy the rest
of this and serve it to my kiddos for dinner. This is one feel-good dinner. If you
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