March 12, 2015

Chicken Noodle Soup

Utah's weather has been a little bipolar lately (what's new) so yesterday, when I was expecting another sunny day and we got a cloudy one, I knew just what I needed to do-Make Chicken Noodle Soup! The last couple of days I've woken up with a bit of a scratchy throat, and knew I needed to stop the bug before it got worse! So we had some yummy homemade soup, a couple glasses of OJ, and we were feelin good! Orange Juice is more of a delicacy in our home, so we don't buy it a lot...or enough! It never lasts more than 24 hours with me, because I love it so much. I just miss the citrus groves I guess! :)

My friend gave me her mother's recipe and it didn't disappoint! I started my noodles before I left for work, and you can let them dry out for however long you want! They were super easy, I just mixed with a wooden spoon. Roll them out super thin, and slice them up!

I chopped up a full bag of baby carrots because I wanted lots of veggies. I did about a stalk (?) and a half of celery, and 2 chicken breasts.

Here's the recipe for you to try on your own!! 

^^don't those look yum!?



1 beaten egg
1/2 tsp. salt
2 tbs. milk
1 C flour

stir/mix dough until stiff, then roll out SUPER thin, let dry out for at least 20 minutes, then slice thin.

boil chicken with 2 bay leaves (I just used dried bay leaves from my spice rack!) 
add celery, carrots, bouillon (I used two)
shred chicken
place chicken back in the now broth
add noodles (10-15 minutes)
add salt and pepper

AND YOU'RE DONE! slice up a baguette, and you're good to go! 

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