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Easy Chicken Vegetable Soup

When it rains, soup is one of my favorite things to make for dinner. Especially Chicken Noodle Soup. Each time I make it, it takes on some type of variation with different noodles or veggies or maybe I add rice. Generally I made it after I roast a chicken…but today, there were no chicken leftovers so I headed out and returned home with Rotisserie Chickens! Because they are roasted, they make a beautiful dark flavorful broth.

Here is today’s take…I hope you enjoy! 🙂


Two Rotisserie Chickens
Water to cover chickens for broth
1 cup Bok Choy
1 cup Celery
¾ cup Carrots
1 cup Rainbow Carrots
1 cup Swiss Chard
2 cups Purple, Red and White Potatoes
2 teaspoons Salt
½ teaspoon Pepper
1 tablespoon Poultry Seasoning
1 cup Uncooked Noodles


Remove white meat from chicken and set aside. Put the rest of the chicken, including the skin, in a large pot and submerge with water. Cook for 2 hours or more.

Strain chicken from broth.

Add veggies and noodles (optional) to the Broth

Cook for 10 – 15 minutes or until noodles are done and veggies are softened.

Serve with crusty bread and butter. Yum!

I should have photo-shopped the dripped soup on the rim. 🙂


6 Responses

  1. Michell says:

    Okay…I’m really hungry now after reading this! Sounds delicious…I must try it! Dropping by from Monday Mom Mingle. Have a good one!

  2. Claire Gaillard says:

    Hi Diane! When do you add the chicken meat that you cut into pieces to the soup? Do you add it all or only a part of it and you use the rest for another meal?

    • Diane Marie Haller says:

      Hi Claire. Thank you for catching that! 🙂 I add the chicken back into the soup in the last two minutes or so just to heat it through and keep it moist. This makes a large pot of soup that I shared with another family so I put all of the white meat back into the soup, but you could put as much as you like in and save the rest for another meal. Blessings to you!

  3. Jen Graham says:

    The other family you shared it with was very grateful. It is fantastic soup!


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