We're typically not soup people; not sure why but we tend to never eat it.
Unless, you count my supply in the pantry of ramen noodles, but it doesn't really count as soup because I make as directed then stir it up and drain the water. It turns into really just delicious carby noodles that provide no nutritional value what so ever.
I know I'm weird like that.
But I saw on The Pioneer Woman's website a recipe for Chicken Noodle soup and her pictures just made that soup look so irresistible I had to give it a go. I was a bit nervous because I had never cooked with a whole cut up chicken before and I have this fear of raw chicken, but I put on my big girl panties and came out of my comfort zone and we're still alive today so I think we're good.
Y'all it was like eating bliss from a bowl. It puts my ramen's to shame for sure. I did change it out and made it with peas and carrots rather than onions and celery cause I'm not an onion fan and forgot the celery, but who cares I may add some frozen corn next time if I'm feeling sassy.
If there is a next time I whip this up because it makes a truckload of soup and I'm pretty sure we'll be eating from this supply for the rest of our lives even after I feed our whole block. Which by the way, any tips on freezing soup?