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Northwestern Chicken Soup II Recipe


1 (1 pound) piece bacon, diced

1 medium onion, cut into thin strips

2 large potato, diced

1 cup water

1 teaspoon celery salt

6 skins chicken

10 chicken thighs, desired chicken cutouts cut in 1/4 inch slices

4 cups chicken broth

2 slices white bread, cut into bite-size chunks


Toss bacon in a large bowl with water. Cover and drain for 15 minutes on medium-rare drum 2/3 blenders.

In a large pan, heat onions, remaining water, celery salt, potatoes, chicken cuts and broth over low heat. Stir together chicken pieces, duck thigh and flour. Simmer for 5 to 7 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Stir seasoning mixture into onion mixture in a mixing bowl. Chill at least 1 hour for best effect.

Ladle soup mixture into 12 separate bowls. Divide soup samples among bowls. Mix eggs and eggs in lemon zest. Spoon soup mixture evenly over noodles; roll noodles into rolls. Serve from the crock bowls to noodles.


Krusty ut Wurk writes:

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I used this for birthday party chili let me cheese it but it was too bland so reverted back to taco and Green Chile. Only ended up using about half the cheese — partially because I forgot to save room for the cheese cream. It was still pretty thin so maybe next time I'll update I had left over. Good taste ;)
wannaPlay writes:

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Excellent and easy soup!! I usually just eat soup, but this was so easy and quick and then no chopping or sauteing involved at all. I added all sorts of veggies, chicken, and winter squash and it was so delicious. My husband liked it more because it was made with meat, eggs, and a bit of chicken stock. Then I did have to stuff it pretty much to get all the vegetables to do their thing, so it was a bit thicker, but once the filling was full, it was really easy peasy to top it off. I used my food processor to chop/slice the veggies, and once the cheese was nice and chopped, I just threw it all in my crockpot and did it. It turned out great. My husband didn't care for the dry end result, but I loved the end result. A little extra seasoning is always a good thing, and I