What better way to beat those winter blues than with this classic soup recipe, dudes n' girls? Not only is it commonly prescribed to help fight off colds, it was famously used to defeat Mr. Freeze in the Batman The Animated Series episode "Heart of Ice" which we watched religiously as kids. If Chicken Noodle Soup was good enough for Batman, it was good enough for us! Let's get to what we'll need in order to whip up this recipe.
3 Frozen Chicken Breasts (approximately 838g)
2 Cups Dried Noodles (117g)
3 Lg. Carrots ( 382g) sliced
Several Celery Stalks (211g) sliced
Half an Onion (141g) diced
3-4 Cloves of Garlic (12g) diced
3 T. Low Sodium Chicken Broth Paste
1 T. Mrs. Dash ( any No Salt Seasoning )
8 c. Warm Water
Salt & Pepper to taste.
Place your frozen Chicken in a pan with 1T. Olive Oil.
Turn your heat on medium.
Cover and let cook.
After it cooks for 5 to 6 minutes turn the breasts over. After another 5
to 6 minutes slice each breast into several pieces to help completely
thaw and cook through.
Meanwhile, dice your Onion and Garlic. Slice your Carrots and Celery.
By now your Chicken is no longer pink. Place the Chicken pieces onto a
cutting board or plate to dice it up into bite size pieces.
Pour your Onion and Garlic into the pot with the juice from your Chicken and simmer it until it's translucent.
Add your Chicken Broth and stir it until it's all disolved.
Add your Seasoning. Stir
Add your Carrots and Celery. Stir.
Add your warm Water. Stir.
Dice up your Chicken, add that and your Noodles to the pot. Stir.
Bring this to a simmer and turn it down to low and cover. Let this simmer for 30 minutes.
It's done when the Noodles are tender.
A Hearty and Protein Packed, cold weather, delicious meal!
Low in calories but packed with nutrients, spinach is one of a number of leafy vegetables becoming more and more prevalent on the salad bar, vegetable drinks, smoothies, soups, stir fries and more! It is packed with so many healthy attributes, it's hard to list them all.
A quick and easy recipe with the nutritious SWEET POTATO. It is rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals. ( If you would like more nutritional information, please check out our Blog from last Friday, Sweet Potato Flat Bread).
Why Sweet Potatoes over regular white potatoes? Well, Sweet Potatoes have more fiber and are slightly lower on the glycemic index (which means blood glucose will rise a little more gradually). Plus, they are a rich source of Vitamin A and beta-carotene. What else? They taste GOOD!
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