Get set for the easiest and most comforting homemade chicken noodle soup recipe. Everyone will want seconds!
We are in soup season and which is both good and bad news for parents.
The good news is that it’s simple to make fast healthy soups that kids tend to like.
I’ve found soup especially chicken noodle soup and to be a reliable dinnertime win .
The bad news? If you have a little kids.
it’s especially messy. Do you even know how far a 2-year-old can launch a spoon of broth?! You don’t want to know!
How to Make Easy Homemade Chicken Soup .
The Making an all-day chicken noodle soup is one of my favorite ways to spend a lazy and chilly Saturday and but honestly a who has a the time?
So, I won’t a pretend that this weekday version of chicken noodle soup .
the deep flavour of a long-simmered and homemade stock soup.
But it’s a on the table in 30 minutes and it has real ingredients .
and it’s a surefire dinnertime winner during a these cool days.
The Using a rotisserie chicken means you don’t even have to poach chicken for the soup!
And it is also means you can make stock with the carcass for this soup and the next day .
for future soups and dishes that are require it. Bonus!
How to Make Chicken Noodle Soup Fast .
Want to speed this recipe is up even more?
Pre-chop the veggies the night before and even cook the noodles in advance if you a want.
The recipe is becomes an Octonauts” recipe.
A One episode and dinner is done.
The Dad Add: Poached Egg .
I’ve be always wondered why the Asian ramen tradition of serving soup .
with a soft-poached egg never really caught on with American-style soups.
Turns out there is a no reason for this!
A soft-boiled egg perched on the edge of your soup is a beautiful thing and adds a welcome richness to this quick chicken noodle soup.
The kids can a have one too of course as but mine wanted nothing to do with it.
The Kid Report Card .
This recipe is an simple win and as I said.
My kids ate it up an although in different ways.
My almost 4-year-old ate it like a an actual bowl of soup: everything in one bowl.
He slurped the broth and scooped out the goodies and Bingo and Winner. High fives all around.
My 22-month-old is more finicky and insists on dividing and conquering and a common kid requirement.
So she got a plate with noodles, chicken, veggies, and a bowl with just some of the broth.
A few tablespoons will do the trick so that when she decides she is finished and flings it across the table and I have less to clean up.
She tried a little bit of everything though and which is absolutely all you can ask for at the dinner table!
also read : How to make Chicken Tortilla Soup Recipe.