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Learn how to make a homemade chicken noodle soup with Chef Billy Parisi.
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Thanks for checking out FixMyRecipe.com, Chef Billy Parasi here. Our new fix goes to Whitney of Missouri. She’s submitted a recipe to us for chicken noodle soup. She says she has this recipe that she actually likes and got from her mother-in-law. It turns out her husband hated it this whole time needs a new recipe. Don’t worry Whitney I’m going to fix you right up. Whitney I don’t know what you were doing with your chicken if you’re just dumping it in to your soup but here’s what I do we’re going to season up with salt and pepper and we’re going to grill it to give that awesome caramelization on it.
In the meantime, we’re going to go head and prepare our vegetables. All right Whitney, since our vegetable are all done and our chicken is still cooking, we need to caramelized our vegetables so we in a really large pot with a little bit of extra virgin olive oil, we’re going to ahead and sauté of our vegetables. We’re also going to add potatoes to this chicken noodle soup but we’re not going to yet because we don’t want them to be mushy so in the meantime we’re going to go ahead peel and cut them and hold them in water.
Whitney, you can see how awesome these vegetables are when they’re caramelized. Now we are going to simply add in our chicken stock and in the meantime we’re going to cut up our chicken and throw it right into our soup, let it simmer for about 20 to 25 minutes.
Whitney you said you still wanted to use egg noodles I don’t have a problem with that but I tell you what I’m not going to throw them in there, I am going to cook them separate because if you keep it cooking, you’re going to come back in a day or two in a cream a week chicken noodle soup. So, here’s what we need to do, in a large pot of water that is salted, add in our egg noodles once they’re cook we’re going to strain them and we’re going to hold them in olive oil but we’ll never going to actually put them in our huge pot of soup, we’re simply going to put it in our bowl as we need them.
Whitney, we are just about done, now we’re going to add in our potatoes, a little bit of chopped parsley, adjust the seasonings and you know I’m going to try some this. Oh man there’s nothing better than a good old fashion bowl of chiken noodle soup.
Whitney I’m pretty sure your husband will start liking you again. Try out this recipe, notice the caramelization of vegetables so important and so vital to the flavor of this chicken noodle soup. Whitney once again thank you so much for writing in we really appreciate it and you know what you’re soup is going to go along way when you come back to FixMyRecipe search meal baby and you’ll find out what I do with this huge pot of chicken noodle soup. Come back tomorrow see our new featured fix of the day.