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Homemade chicken soup

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by stxrus, Oct 26, 2020.

  1. Toto'sDad

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    My wife makes terrific chicken noodle soup! I like to have a dish of Chinese hot mustard on the side to dip the chunks of chicken in! It's not hot enough if I can breath after I take a bite! I can eat a BIG bowl of chicken noodle soup, then just go ahead and fill it back up and do it all again!
     
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    We just had our last frozen turkey noodle soup from the freezer the other day after it was a record setting -1°F in the morning. My trick is to freeze without the noodles, such that when heating it up, you add a bunch of egg noodles to the pot which makes the soup taste really fresh.

    Yesterday I made a huge batch of spicy jambalaya for this cold spell that we are in this week. I plan to dig out the snowplow this afternoon, so that we can get down the road if needed.:oops:
     
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    I was at a Taiwanese place and when they packed my "doggie bag", they took the noodles out of the soup and packed it separately. Smart!

    Take out ramen soup always has the noodles in a separate container.
     
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    My Dad's recipe for pasta e fagioli ("pastafazool"). I generaly sub a smoked turkey thigh for the ham nowadays.
     
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  5. Toto'sDad

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    If you are not digging your snowplow out of a snowbank you're not living authentically! :lol::lol::lol::lol:

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    Split pea of course!
     
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    I live by those words.:cool:
     
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    I'll bet the toilet paper shortage didn't bother you one bit, you just scavenged up some barbed wire for a little extra duty! :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Mmm Mmm good .

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    It was 79 degrees here today. Supposed to be about 63 at ten forty am when we tee off tomorrow. I'm going with shorts and a vest, it'll warm up pretty soon no doubt, should be in the 70s by noon. Perfect!
     
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    You know that stuff would have to be standing on Mr. Campbell's grandmother's shoulders to be as good as my sweetie's Chicken Noodle soup, but Campbells ain't bad. I had me some of that with a fried baloney sandwich just the other day!
     
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    Better than poison oak leaves.

    Don't ask how I know.:oops:
     
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    My life must be a sham. I’ve never needed a snow plow or seen a snow bank
     
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    Mine too... never seen the attraction to cold, myself...:rolleyes::D
     
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    After I bake a chicken, I boil the bones for hours, then strain, pull of any meat remaining, add carrots, celery, garlic, salt, pepper, sometimes shiitake mushrooms, another bay leaf, and rice. Add the egg noodles when I'm going to eat some, other wise they get to mushy
     
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    Believe me, I'm quoting that second handed.
     
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    I had a major, major case of that one time when I ran hounds, and oddly enough never had it again. It was in some pretty private places too.
     
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    Made another stew-ish soup Sunday, just trying to use things we have. Here goes:

    1/2 chicken (I roasted mine whole in the 'air fryer' first, rubbed it down with salt and a couple of spice mixes)
    Cup of small black lentils
    Cup of pintos
    Can of Ro-Tels with chiles
    1/2 cup of wheat berries
    1 large sliced carrot
    1/2 a large onion, finely chopped
    2 cups of sliced sunchokes (new to me, came with our market CSA: https://www.cookinglight.com/food/in-season/what-are-sunchokes)
    3 hatch chiles and a poblano, each roasted/skinned/seeded/spined and chopped

    I precooked the carrot, onion, sunchokes, and peppers for about ten minutes with some oil and chile powder in the air fryer before combining everything in the instant pot. Cover with water, 35 minutes and done.
     
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