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Homemade Chicken or Turkey Noodle Soup Recipe

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Carma Dahl


12 oz. package egg noodles
Chicken broth, premade can/carton or broth granules mixed according to package
Fully cooked chicken or turkey cut into cubed pieces
1 onion or 1 heaping Tablespoon minced onion
1 clove garlic, minced or pressed; OR teaspoon minced garlic

Optional Ingredients
Sliced carrots
Diced celery
2 teaspoons chicken flavor soup base ("Better Than Bouillon")
teaspoon pepper
Instant potatoes, cooked or dehydrated
Cooked rice
Fresh herbs for garnish
Crushed red pepper flakes for spicy version

Boil noodles according to package directions. To prevent pasta from boiling over, place a wooden spoon over the top of the pot. Optional: Add vegetables to boiling noodles for final 5 minutes such as carrots, celery or onion. If you like the flavor of celery or onion but don't want to eat them, add them whole and remove them prior to serving. Pour off about half of the boiled water. Add chicken broth (canned or broth granules mixed according to package directions) to cover noodles. Optional: Add chicken flavor soup base-this can be very salty tasting so taste it as you go. Add cubed chicken pieces. Add onion, garlic and pepper as desired. To thicken and make it a heartier and filling soup base, add your preference of the desired amount of dehydrated instant potatoes and/or cooked rice. Simmer 5 minutes and serve hot with rolls or saltine crackers. Use fresh herbs for garnish or add red pepper flakes to an individual bowl to spice it up.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
This is a great recipe to use up left over chicken or turkey. Also easy to make if you have leftover mashed potatoes or rice. I love to reuse ingredients to make a new recipe for the next night's meal-Stacie




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