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Healthy Homemade Chicken Soup Recipe

chicken-soupThis homemade chicken soup recipe is a low-fat, nutritious, easy to digest comfort food.

Our healthy chicken soup recipe is also great to sip warm for naturally clearing sinuses and helping to relieve cold and flu symptoms.

So chicken soup is not just food for the soul. Since Ancient Egyptian times, healthy chicken soup has been prescribed for its curative powers too.

Different cultures all over the world have used it as “natural penicillin.”

And now there’s scientific evidence that backs up this homemade chicken soup folk remedy. Researchers have found that healthy chicken soup has an anti-inflammatory effect that eases the symptoms of illness.

Homemade Chicken Soup Recipes

Preparation and Cooking Time: from 2½ to 3 hours.

Calories: about 150 calories for each 1 cup serving.

Things You’ll Need:

Learning how to make chicken soup is easy. But the process takes patience. First of all you have to know how to make chicken stock.


1. When your chicken stock is ready, with ALL the fat removed, put the stockpot on a burner, turn the heat to high and add the following:

2. While the stock comes to a boil (this takes about 1 hour), prepare and add the following vegetables and seasonings to the soup pot:

3. When the soup comes to a boil, turn heat to low, cover and keep at a simmer, while cooking the vegetables for ½ hour to 45 minutes.

4. Then add the following ingredients and cook for another ½ hour:

5. About 15 minutes before the soup is ready to serve add the following:

This healthy chicken soup is great served with a fresh salad and low-fat, low-sodium cheese or sesame tahini spread on hearty rye crackers.

Alternative Chicken Soup Recipe

For chicken noodle soup, instead of brown rice add 4 cups of 100% whole grain cooked noodles to the soup about 15 minutes before serving.

And remember; these homemade chicken soup recipes aren’t engraved in stone. So feel free to have fun experimenting, according to your own taste buds, to create and enjoy your own healthy chicken soup recipe.

Because, not only is eating healthy chicken soup good for your body and soul, making healthy chicken soup is also good for body and soul.

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