HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN SOUP
Chicken soup is the perfect dish for those cold winter nights. Because it can be both warm and satisfying, it is an excellent choice to make when you are under the weather or when the weather outside is really cold.
If you’re feeling under the weather or just want some easy meals that will make you feel better, this is the greatest Chicken Soup Recipe to cook. Prepared using chicken thighs with the bones still in them, which are then cooked in a rich broth and stuffed with soft onions, carrots, and celery along with the succulent shredded chicken.
Our straightforward recipe has traditional tastes and a minimal list of ingredients; in addition, it comes together more quickly than the majority of variants (you’ll have your spoon in a steaming bowl in a little over an hour). It requires little work on your part since all you have to do to keep the tastes from overlapping while the soup is simmering on the stove is stir it every now and again.
INGREDIENTS YOU’LL NEED:
1 whole chicken; I cut it into pieces.
8 Cups.Of water.
Coarse salt, to taste.
3 medium onions – thinly sliced.
2 celery stalks – sliced crosswise.
4 crushed garlic cloves,
6 medium carrots – thinly sliced.
In a heavy-bottomed stockpot, bring the chicken, water, and one tablespoon of salt to a boil. Skim the foam. Add crushed garlic, onions, and celery to the mix. Turn down the heat. Simmer for half an hour with the lid just partly on.
Remove the breast, and set it aside. Add carrots. Simmer for a further half an hour with the lid just slightly on.
Take out the remaining chicken and throw away the back and the wings. Let it come to room temperature. After separating the flesh from the bones, chop it into manageable pieces.
Mix in the necessary quantity of chicken, reserving the remaining chicken for another use. Skim fat. Add some salt to taste.