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This recipe for Oma's Chicken Noodle Soup, by Helga Vanasseldonk, is from Family Traditions,
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Helga Vanasseldonk Added: Tuesday, January 6, 2009
2 whole chicken 1 Tsp. salt 1 large onion 1/3 cup pickling spice 1/2 of Lipton chic noodle soup powder spices parsley
Boil chicken and onion in a large stock pot. Skim the scum off the top until it starts to boil. Boil for 1 1/2 hrs. of more. Add the pickling spice which has been put in a tea basket and hang on the inside of the pot into the broth. Add the Lipton spice and the parsley. Boil about 20 more minutes. Remove the chicken, parsley and pickling spice.
Boil noodles according to package directions. I use "Parkay steam fried noodles" they are the closest to home made noodles. Add broth and enjoy!
This was Opa's favorite soup. When Oma made this for him he couldn't stop eating. Oma would have to take the soup away or invite her kids to help Opa finish it.
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