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Old 12-05-2013, 01:28 PM
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Himself's Chicken Soup

This recipe was originally posted by ewriggs in Nov, 2013 What's for Dinner Thread.

Himself's Chicken Soup

2 skin-on, bone-in chicken breast halves
celery (amount to taste)
carrot (amount to taste)
mushrooms (amount to taste)
green peas (amount to taste)
unsalted chicken stock to cover + 1 inch
salt (to taste)
pepper (to taste)
nutmeg (to taste)
Half handfull Risa's mix [this is a seasoning mix made up by our friend, Risa, from whatever edible leaves are left in her garden at the end of the growing season. Always changing, always good. You can achieve similar results with poultry seasoning, parsley, and savory]

1. Standard cackle soup: bone in breast with skin, celery, carrot, mushrooms, green peas, chicken stock, salt, pepper, fresh nutmeg, and about half a handful of Risa's mix which adds a nice layer of sweet flavor.

2. After a little while, shuck the meat off the bone, cut it up, dump the skin, bones and meat back in.

3. Simmer an hour or so.

4. Either do wide noodles or make Southern dumplings, German Spaetzle, or Hungarian Nokedli while the soup simmers.

5. Ditch the skin and bones, serve the soup over the noodles (Spaetzle and Nokedli are classified as egg noodles!)

6. If you have the money or goodies then Spaetzle or Nokedli benefit from being cooking in beef stock instead of water.
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