Do You Put Parsley In Chicken Noodle Soup

Tips for the Best Easy Chicken Noodle Soup:

  • Don’t skip ingredients (other than optional lemon that is). Together they all build the best tasting soup.
  • Make sure you simmer vegetables for a long enough time to soften them. I like to test a few. No one wants a chicken soup with crunchy carrots.
  • Cook noodles until just tender. The noodles will continue to cook off heat in the hot broth mixture.
  • Simmer the soup with some of the leftover rotisserie bones. It may seem strange to cook with bones if you’re not used to doing so, but they really add so much flavor. When cooking is done, I like to add some to a cheesecloth, tie it closed with kitchen twine, and then take it off.
  • Even though the soup only simmers for a brief while, the bones still impart a lot of flavor, especially if the chicken has some browned skin (I’ve done a side-by-side taste test with and without, with wins easily).

Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

I always think that this soup is the best dinner recipe ever—everyone loves it, and it’s a great way to end a long day! A bowl of homemade chicken noodle soup is just too good!

I’m not sure if there’s anything more satisfying than a warm bowl of this straightforward soup. Good for the soul, right?.

Yes, we all adore the whole chicken that is made entirely from scratch and simmers for a very long time—even with homemade noodles. But, it takes so much longer. You’ll appreciate how simple and quick this recipe is to prepare because it makes use of a rotisserie chicken as a shortcut.

It’s packed with hearty, nutritious ingredients and takes about 30 minutes to prepare, making it the ideal weeknight dinner.

Another fantastic thing about this recipe is that I can’t think of many people who wouldn’t enjoy it, so it’s always a good idea to serve it to guests. Chicken noodle soup is always a win!.

Can I Use Chicken Breasts or Chicken Thighs?

Yes, cooked chicken thighs or breasts will also work well in this recipe, but for maximum flavor, use the meat from the bone-in cooked chicken.

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