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Tasty and Quick Chicken and Vegetable Noodle Soup Recipe

Try hard to think of a recipe that warms the home and body like Chicken and Vegetable Noodle Soup. It is impossible right? In the recipe share, today discover a few vegetables you can grow easily in almost any home garden. Take advantage of the printable recipe and add this to your home favorites to prepare this season. I have also updated this favorite of mine using a pressure cooker that cuts the prep time in 1/2.

Chicken and Vegetable Noodle Soup Recipe

Below is a favorite of mine to prepare on most any day but especially when the temperature drops outdoors. Look at the yummy chunks of celery in carrots grown in my home garden. It’s especially relevant to note that you can adjust the salt, as a result, it is low sodium. If you add the vegetable stock for flavoring as noted in the video for this post be sure to check the sodium count.  Please note I am using an electric pressure cooker to prepare this soup.  If you do not have one you need to … use my Amazon affiliate link to get yours today!   See notes below the recipe if you are using a stovetop.

Note: This recipe was from my original post in 2012 using a stovetop.  I edited this post because using the pressure cooker is the BEST!

Chicken and Vegetable Noodle Soup Recipe Video

Welcome to my winter kitchen.  I hope you will watch the video featured below. If you like it feel free to embed it on your website or blog.  Be sure to follow me on YouTube at @brenhaas.

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This Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe is on my Bren Haas Channel. See… I told you it was super easy to make! 

Kitchen Notes

What is Ghee

Ghee also is known as Ghrita, is a class of clarified butter that originated in India. It is commonly used in Middle Eastern cuisine.  I found it at Aldi years ago and enjoy using it instead of oil or butter.  It gives my saute vegetables a nice rich buttery flavor.  One thing that really stood out about this product is

  • Naturally sodium, gluten, and trans-fat-free
  • High smoke point for high-temperature cooking
  • made from grass-fed butter

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Growing Soup Ingredients

I’ve been told by many people that they struggle with growing celery in their home gardens.  Over the years I’ve started my celery from start plants purchased at the local garden center in early spring.  The celery plant seems to most of all enjoy cooler temperatures well, in fact, they grow best in cool and moist soil in my raised garden bed. As a result of our cooler temperatures in NW Ohio and using starter plants I think my celery does well.  Because I plant the celery in the raised bed  (photo above) that will get late afternoon shade when summer arrives I think the harvest does well.

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I’ve created this graphic just for you to share on Pinterest.  Let me know what you think of the recipe by commenting on my post and tagging me @brenhaas on Pinterest.  See you on my Pinterest blogging friends board once you tag me! Below are a few of my favorite INSTANT meal recipes using the power pressure XL.

More Pressure Cooker Meals on My Website

Try a bowl using leftover Turkey from Thanksgiving with the Egg Noodles – DELICIOUS! 

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This is a yummy chicken recipe that is easy to make and grow in your garden.  Feel free to use your favorite herbs to season spring veggies like peas and carrots that can be prepared in this soup.  Furthermore, I’d like to invite you to stop by and tell me what you think of this recipe.  Finally, I hope you found this recipe easy enough to make as soon as possible for your family.

Happy Growing and Cooking!

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