|Homemade Noodle Chicken Noodle Soup...Fast, easy and super yummy! It's my Grandma-in-law Ruth's recipe. She was a professional cook her whole life.|
|I boiled up my 3 bone-in chicken breasts first....they make the best broth...or use a whole chicken cup up.|
|Here's some of my noodle ingredients....not the parsley...that's just to add to the soup....oops!|
|I'm gonna add a little bit of butter to my noodles to make them richer...I hope they stay fluffy!|
I have always LOVED playing in the kitchen since getting my first Easy Bake Oven when I was 5 or 6.
|Mix up the melted (cooled) butter with the 2 eggs mixture....whisk away!|
Guess what my little Marisa Belle is getting for Christmas? You guessed it. Her own Easy Bake Oven!
Won't her mommy just LOVE that? Yeah. She's gonna be doing the cooking with her... I hope she doesn't hate me. I just LOVED my little blue Easy Bake Oven when I was about her age....
|I'm going to add 2 bullion cubes to my broth for a bit more flavor|
|Roll out your dough for your homemade noodles in a long rectangle...I'm shooting for 4 inch strips....|
|Roll them AS THIN as you can get them....they always plump up when boiling them....|
|I use all these extra strips too...they just aren't as pretty as my neater noodles....snicker....|
|I just use a pizza cutter to roll out my dough....then set them out on a paper towel to dry for an hour or two....|
|Saute your onions a bit before adding to the broth...|
|I thought this cute and colorful bowtie macaroni would be fun for a Christmas brunch macaroni salad with artichoke hearts...|
I'll post a great recipe soon using this cute stuff! Only $1.50 a bag at Fresh Market!!
I think this would be a great neighborhood gift,
maybe with some cute salad tongs to go with it for a favorite neighbor?
|I diced up my onion, sauteed it a bit, then chopped up my celery and carrots and threw them in ....then 7 minutes later the noodles.... they will take another 7 or so minutes to fluff up....by then your veggies will be tender...|
|They start to plump up right away! |
I threw my noodles right in to cook but here is the warning...they WILL suck up lots of broth...so
it is actually better to boil them in salt water instead and then add to the soup after 15 minutes....
|My finished Chicken Noodle Soup...Yum!|