Today, I will show you how to cook chicken noodle soup. For this, you will need:
- a spoon
- a pot
- 6 stocks of celery
- 1 large onion
- 5 carrots
- a stove
- 2 cans of chicken broth
- any kind of noodle
- rotisserie chicken
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Step 1: Prepare the Vegetables
First, chop your onion in half. Then slice one of the halves and turn it sideways so you can dice it. Do the same to the other half. Next, peel your carrots. Cut your carrot and then cut each piece into four portions. If the carrot pieces are too small, just cut it in half or don't cut it at all. Take your celery and chop it in half. Take the fibers off the celery and then cut it into three. Then dice your celery.
Step 2: Boil the Chicken and Add the Chicken and Spices
Boil 5 cups of water in a pot. Add the two cans of chicken broth to the water and let it boil. After the water is done boiling, add the rotisserie chicken. Then, add 1 teaspoon of thyme and another teaspoon of salt. Simmer on medium heat for 45 minutes.
Step 3: Remove Chicken and Add Vegetables
After 45 minutes, remove the chicken from the pot and all the other chicken pieces that have broken off. Then, add the carrots, celery, and onions. Stir the soup and then let it simmer on medium low for half an hour. During that time, let the chicken cool down.
Step 4: Take All the Bones Out and Peel the Skin Off
After half an hour, break the chicken breast in half, then peel the skin off and take the bones out of the chicken. Cut the chicken breasts in half and then dice it. Pour the diced chicken pieces in the pot and then stir. Let it simmer on medium low for another thirty minutes.
Step 5: Boil and Drain Your Noodles
During those thirty minutes, boil water in another pot. Pour the amount of desired noodles into the boiling water and let it cook for fifteen minutes. After those fifteen minutes, pour the cooked noodles in a strainer (over a sink if you have one).
Step 6: The End
After the soup and the noodles are done, pour the amount of noodles you want into a bowl and then pour the soup in after. Now you're done!