When your unwell or if you're just in the mood for comfort food over the cooler winter months there is nothing like a soup. One of the best comfort soups is the Chicken Noodle Soup. This one in particular caught our eye. Our Dietitians are big on nutritious and delicious meals that bring you joy. We hope this recipe does exactly that.
Use your leftover chicken carcass to make the broth below or use store-bought chicken broth or chicken stock (especially if you're sick and don't have the energy to make your homemade broth).
In addition to the broth above you will need the following ingredients for this soup recipe.
Carrots, leek, and cabbage are all great winter vegetables. Eating fruit and vegetables seasonally is a great idea for many reasons:
The base of the soup is a chicken bone broth. Bone broth is a good choice because:
While chicken noodle soup came later. Chicken soup has been popular since the farming of chickens approximately 8000 years ago (estimates vary).
We all have different dishes that provide comfort when we are not feeling our best. These are likely influenced by your culture and cultural food. What is your favourite recipe growing up that made you glow?
Recipe: Chicken Noodle Soup By Love Food Hate Waste (shared with permission)
Comments: Chantelle Cunningham, Nutritionist, University of Otago Masters Student, and volunteer at Nutrition & Life.
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