From the desk of Lauren Palmer
Hey guys!–Well I haven’t blogged in about a week, but I have a very good excuse: we’ve had the plague at my house. Sick kiddos combined with end of school year activities has had me all sorts of distracted. If you keep up with me on Facebook or Instagram, you may have seen a video I published yesterday about one of my newest Trader Joe’s finds, the Gluten Free Egg Fettuccine Noodles that are found in the refrigerated section. Y’all, so good!
I was introduced to these by Elizabeth who makes all the films for TAOLB. Then Jill suggested I use them as noodles in soup. So yesterday, I made chicken noodle soup for my sickie at home and used the famous noodles, and it was such a hit. Honestly, I made a huge cauldron of soup and its all gone. We didn’t even have any leftovers. Enjoy this recipe from my kitchen to yours.
*NOTICE I mince all the vegetables with one of these choppers. You certainly don’t have to do this if you prefer large veggie chunks, but we like tiny veggies with large chunks of chicken.
*ALSO you will see potatoes in the picture but not in the ingredient list. It’s because I happened to have some leftover roasted potatoes in the fridge, and just through them in for good measure.
2 chicken breasts, seasoned, cooked, and chopped. (I used salt, pepper, and Rosmarino Dipper as seasoning on the chicken)
1/2 Vidalia onion, minced
5 cloves garlic, minced
2 large carrots, minced
2 large ribs of celery, minced
1 package Trader Joe’s GF Egg Fettuccine Noodles; cut the noodles into 1.5″ strips
64 oz Chicken Stock
1-2 TBS Herbs de Provence seasoning
Salt and Pepper to taste
1.) In a large soup vessel, heat olive oil over medium heat and add all vegetables, salt, pepper, and herbs. Cook until partially softened.
2.) Add chicken stock and let simmer for 5 minutes.
3.) Add cooked chicken and noodles, simmer another 5 minutes. Adjust seasoning as necessary.
Super simple, super delicious.
Here is a picture of Caleb finally feeling better after 5 days of fever. And yes, this is probably due to some of my delicious soup.
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