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Roasted Garlic Soup

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Ahhhh, the time of year when everyone around seems to be sniffling and sneezing. Unfortunately, my husband is currently one of these people. In an attempt to take care of him without getting too close to catch his sickness I decided to make him garlic soup. Since garlic is oh so tasty and a natural antibiotic it was a match made in heaven.

He was thankful for the steaming bowl of soup that cleared his sinuses and loved the soup as much as I did.

Step 1: Chicken Stock

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Every great soup starts with a great base. In this case homemade chicken stock. You can substitute store bought stock if you prefer but if you have the time and resources you should really make your own. You won't regret the extra effort. Especially when you warm the whole house with the savory aroma of roasted chicken and vegetables and taste the difference in the end product.

Homemade Chicken Stock
4 chicken thighs - bone in (very important)
6 cloves garlic
1 onion, sliced
4 large carrots, quartered
Salt and pepper

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Add all ingredients to an appropriately sized roasting pan making sure fat side of chicken is up. Salt and pepper generously.

Bake 45-60 minutes or until chicken reaches 165 degrees F.

Remove pan from oven and let chicken cool until you can pull all of the meat off the bone. Reserve for a later meal.

Add all chicken bones, fat and veggies to a large stock pot and fill with one quart of water. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover and simmer about 45 minutes.

Using a large fine mesh colander strain liquid into a large bowl and set aside.

Eat the carrots because you can't resist and discard the rest.
 
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dwiltshire16 months ago
nice one
I'm not a big fan of soups, but this sounds delicious. I'm going to give this a try this weekend but substitute vegetable broth for the chicken broth
wold630 (author)  straycatmeow1 year ago
Let me know how it turns out! I really love it.
chefsea1 year ago
Congratulations and great knife work!
wold630 (author)  chefsea1 year ago
Hey, thanks!
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wold630 (author)  Kimberly_REMOVED1 year ago
Thanks!
Well done on your win, I'll have to up my game with talent like this around to compete against :-)
I hope we'll see some nice one pot dishes with your new le Crueset cookware
wold630 (author)  Nemesis2010771 year ago
Thank you.
WUVIE1 year ago
Whooo hooo! Congratulations on your GRAND PRIZE!
Fabulous, fabulous!
wold630 (author)  WUVIE1 year ago
Thank you! It's my first 'grand' prize - I'm very excited and honored!
WUVIE1 year ago
Wow, this looks fabulous! LOVE the shot with the thermometer!
Good luck!
wold630 (author)  WUVIE1 year ago
Thank you.
Goblinmoon1 year ago
One of my favorite soups for when I'm sick is a garlic chicken broth flavored with lemon grass. I really want to try your recipe, and then do it with some of the lemon grass. I bet it will be awesome!
wold630 (author)  Goblinmoon1 year ago
I like the idea of lemongrass. That would compliment this soup nicely.
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wold630 (author)  Kimberly_REMOVED1 year ago
Yes!
Awesome......just plain awesome.
wold630 (author)  General Zod1 year ago
That says it all!
that looks so god I cant wait to try it!
Thanks for posting!
wold630 (author)  Susan Cirigliano1 year ago
Thank you. Let me know what you think if you make it!
That sounds so good and very garlicy!
wold630 (author)  Penolopy Bulnick1 year ago
It is both! :)