Well, here is the only chicken noodle soup recipe that I care for and of course its my grandma’s.  Shaun and I have been making a ton of pasta lately and we made some angel hair pasta with my kitchen aid mixer and pasta maker.  If you are not able to make homemade noodles you may use egg noodles or noodles of your liking.  This recipe won’t disappoint.  ENJOY!!!


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Grandma's Chicken Noodle Soup

Ingredients:

3-4 lb. raw chicken
2 tsp salt
1 garlic clove, chopped
15 peppercorns
2 qts water (8 cups)
4 stalks celery
1 cup carrots, sliced
2 cubes chicken bouillon
3-4 cups homemade noodles

Directions:

In large pot add the chicken, salt, garlic, peppercorns, water, celery, and carrots
Cook on low-med heat for 1 hr and 15 minutes
Remove the chicken from the pot and place on cutting board
Remove the skin and cut chicken into pieces; place pieces of chicken back into pot
Add the bouillon cubes and turn the stove to medium heat
Add the pasta and cook for another 10 minutes

11 comments

  1. That is SO neat that you two are making pasta together! Your Grandma’s soup recipe sounds wonderful, too — 15 peppercorns — “A Zesty Bite” runs in the family. 🙂

  2. Looks wonderful! What is your fresh pasta recipe? Thanks.

  3. Looks delicious! Love that you only like you Grandma’s recipe 🙂 Thanks!

  4. I got a new pasta maker, it only makes spagetti and lingini. Can I use that?

  5. I used the spaghetti maker too. When you are rolling out the dough you will use a higher setting to make the dough thinner. I will be posting the pasta dough recipe soon.

  6. Your soup looks seriously hearty and delicious Meagan!

    Thanks for your invite in foodbuzz, we just discovered it 🙂 🙂

  7. Delicious soup! It’s always better when it comes from grandma’s kitchen. 🙂

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  9. There’s nothing better than a chicken noodle soup, and I bet your grandmother’s recipe is especially tasty! It sure looks delicious. 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Meagan. I’m going to check out more of the recipes on this beautiful blog you have!

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