Who doesn’t love the Fried Chicken? Anytime you’re hungry you can simply order in or fry a few pieces yourself and enjoy the crispy, juicy deliciousness right there on your plate. But have you every thought about exploring your options and turning everyone’s favorite dishes into one big, yummy bowl of mouth watering soup? That took an unexpected turn, didn’t it? Well, here’s a recipe that’s sure to have everyone fall in love with your cooking skills. With a combination of noodles, fried chicken and soup, your family and friends won’t miss an opportunity to drop by just to have a little taste again.
What’s the recipe?
Fried Chicken Soup is a healthy and exciting combination of your favorite foods and the best part is, it doesn’t even take that long to make! Simply follow the instructions and you’ll be serving one of the best soups before you know it!
- Water- 3 Quarter Gallon
- Chopped and deboned Fried Chicken (with skin) – 2 Large
- Cream of chicken Soup – 1 can
- Chopped Onion – 1 Large
- Chopped Celery – 6 sticks
- Sliced Carrots- 1 can
- Frozen Peas – 1 cup
- Cayenne Pepper – ¼ teaspoon
- Garlic Powder – 1 teaspoon
- Black Pepper – 1 teaspoon
- No yolk fine noodles – ½ pkg
Before you start the preparation of the soup, make sure you have a properly fried chicken or you can even order it if you’re not in the mood to make it. Once you’re ready, take out the rest of the ingredients and start with the following steps.
Start by chopping onions and celery and place them in a pot of water. Simmer it for 10 minutes before moving on to the next step.
Next you take the chicken you fried prior to starting with the soup before adding it to the brew, make sure you remove the bones. Chop the pieces properly and make sure the coating is intact and then add the pieces to the pot from the previous step.
After you’ve added the chicken, you can move on to adding the no yolk noodles. It’s not necessary to add the amount mentions, you can simply improvise according your liking. The most preferred amount is half a packet but you can increase or decrease the amount however you like. Once you’ve added them to the pot, leave it to cook before moving on to the next step.
Add the frozen peas and sliced carrots into the brew. If you’re using fresh carrots then make sure you cook them before adding the celery and onion from the first step.
Add the spices and cream of chicken coup and leave it on simmer for 5 minutes. Once the 5 minutes are up, simply take them out in the bowls and serve.
You can garnish however you’d like to make the dish seem more appealing and serve it with bread sticks. You can improvise with the dish to however you’d like it.