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Easy Chicken Soup

Easy Chicken Soup recipe
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This easy chicken soup can be made with matzo balls or egg noodles and is ready to eat in just 40 minutes.
10 min
30 min
9 servings, about 1 cup soup and 2 matzo balls each
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This was so easy and tasted wonderful. I don't have alot of time on weeknights to cook, but i made this after work and everyone loved it. I will definately make this again.
It was a little bland per recipe so you might want to add some garlic powder or something to give it a little more flavor.
I used egg noodles for this soup. It was good, but I felt the Itailian seasoning was a little too much.
I added Egg Noodles when you add the broth and carrots. Added a little pepper to flavor.. served with some warm dinner rolls. My teenagers came back for seconds and it makes enough to freeze for later.
As my 7yr old son said, " It is vey yummy!" I used the Mild-Good seasons packet. Very good flavor! Will make again!
i think this is great on cold days for fast meals when you are on the go and don't have enough time to make big meals. just serve with hot tea or hot chocolate.
yummy ! my picky family loved this soup. I will be adding this to my winter menu
I used leftover turkey and added it at the very of the cooking. You can spice it up with a little garlic and black pepper. Healthy and hearty.
My first time making chicken noodle soup and it was excellent! I did add chicken bullion cubes and noodles. This dish was a big hit on a cold evening in Illinois!
I made this because I had a craving for my grandma's crackerball soup, but did want to go through the entire long process of making the soup from scratch. I cooked it in the crockpot and made the matzo balls to go with it. The flavor of the soup didn't wow me, but it was still very good and even my picky eaters loved it. Maybe next time I'd play around with things to up the flavor a bit, but I would definitely make this again.
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