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This soup has been made in my family for years. I did this recipe on my own. Never learned it from anyone. Found out later that it is ...
2 1/2 lbs chicken thighs 1 lb Orzo pasta chicken bouillon Pecorino Romano cheese (not Parmesan...never been a fan of what I call "foot cheese") Meatballs 1 lb ...
I bought a 5lb package of skin on/bone in chicken thighs. I have a slow cooker, but you can use a crock pot. They are basically the same. ...
Now you will want to do this the night before as well. Pasta will absorb all moisture, so by doing this you stop that process. On a separate ...
Take the chicken out of the pot. Remove and dump the skin, bones and fat. Dice up the chicken and place back into the pot.
Add the cold pasta to the soup. You will have to break it up. Once you cool pasta it sticks together unless you do something to prevent this. ...
Time to make the meatballs. This is the same recipe my family has been using for years to make meatballs for Sunday Gravy (or as most Americans would ...
In another pot place all the meatballs and fill with water so that they are all covered. Add 2 teaspoons of chicken bouillon to the water. This will ...
After the meatballs are finished, place them as well as the water into the main pot. Stir well. Add salt & pepper to taste. Serve in bowl and ...
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