|Heat chicken broth to boiling|
|Rinse chicken breasts|
|Now, add the chicken and veggies to broth and allow to simmer and cook chicken through|
|Take chicken out and dice|
|Add meatballs, noodles,parsley, and parmesan cheese- simmer until meatballs are heated through (they are already pre-cooked). Then, add chicken back into the pot. Sir and simmer until ready to serve.|
|Whala! Simple and delicious!|
Easy Wedding Soup
2 large cans of chicken broth (low-sodium)
6 chicken breasts
1 cup dry Acini de Pepe noodles
1 small bag frozen meatballs
1 cup diced carrots
1 cup diced onions
1 cup chopped celery
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
1 Tbs of parsley
(salt and pepper to your liking)
Boil chicken broth in a large pot. Add chicken and chopped veggies. Simmer until chicken is cooked through. Take chicken out and dice into bite sized pieces. Add meatballs, dry noodles, parmesan cheese, and parsley until noodles are tender and meatballs are cooked. Add chicken back into the pot. Simmer until ready to serve. Top with additional Parmesan cheese, a sprinkle of parsley, and serve with crackers.
Variations- Only if you want it “more” homemade.
|Chicken breasts- VERY important that your chicken HAS SKIN and BONES (NOT boneless, skinless like above), carrots, onions, parsley, garlic, celery, bay leaves (lemon juice).|
|Boil water and add all ingredients|
|Add lemon juice, let simmer for 2 hours.|
|I place a colander on top of another large pot in my sink|
|Then, I simply pour everything in from my stock pot. The broth falls into the pot.|
|Delicious and homemade broth.|
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Janelle is a Christian, a Wife, a Stay at Home Mom of 3 young children and a proud- to- claim- it “Foodie”. She absolutely loves to cook and typically has an audience of 3 children, pulled up on chairs, taking turns pouring ingredients into bowls. Her spiritual gifts are a mix of “hospitality and evangelism” and is here in the center of God’s will hoping to help you get a little more “comfy in your kitchen”! You can find her displaying step-by-step photos of her recipes, giving devotionals,and sharing meal ministry stories on her blog.