Homemade Chicken and noodle soup

Janet Scott


This takes some time but well worth it. My family begs me to make this, so I'm posting it with step by step instructions. Homemade noodles made by hand!
Comfort food to the MAX!

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whole chicken
3 c
1 tsp
baking soda
6 large
salt and pepper to taste
more flour for rolling out your noodles


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1In a large saucepan place your whole chicken, giblets and all. Fill the pot 3/4 of the pan.

2Cook on medium until chicken falls apart, about 1 to 2 hours. You will have to add water to keep the level of water in your pan.

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3remove chicken with a strained ladle and let cool down leaving the broth in your saucepan. After removing the chicken, your broth should be at least 1/2 way in the saucepan.

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4Make your noodles:
3 cups flour in a medium size bowl.
add your baking soda and stir through.
make a slight bowl/hole in the middle and add your eggs.

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5stir through, it will get a bit stiff.

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6form a ball

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7flour your counter and place your dough on top. Form a long round tube and get ready to roll it out.

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8I use a marble rolling pin, love that fella! Start rolling using plenty flour on top and bottom. This will be a bit tough to do. Just make sure to have plenty flour!

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9After it's all rolled out your ready to start slicing your noodles.

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10Use a pizza cutter and slice away! They don't have to be perfect.

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11After all is sliced, fluff up folding the flour into your noodles.

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12Turn your broth on med high, get a heavy boil going.

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13drop all of your noodles in the pan. Using a wooden spoon separate them so they won't all stick together.

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14Watch carefully because this is when your water will bubble up and want to over boil all over your stove. You want it to get close, this makes your gravy. When it starts to do that remove from burner.
Reduce heat and slowly cook the rest of the way.

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15Test your noodles, they should be done in about 15 minutes.
Add your chicken pieces.

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16serve away! This is so good!

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17Probably the least expensive meal and one of the best we have ever had!
Good luck and have fun!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken Soups
Hashtags: #Noodles, #homemade