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Easy Crock-Pot Chicken Noodle Soup
Try this easy to make Crock-Pot Chicken Noodle Soup
It is getting that time of the year again. If you do not know about South Carolina Weather, let me give you a little incite. One day the weather will be in the mid-sixties, on the other hand, the next day it will be mid-twenties. The weather is very drastic in the latter part of the year. For instance, today it is cold and dreary outside. Two days ago it was sunny and sixty-five. Because of this drastic weather changes, it makes great weather for flu season. That is why this is a great time to introduce my Easy Crock-Pot Chicken Noodle Soup to you.
With Hints of ginger, it is great for someone that has an upset tummy.
This Easy Crock-Pot Chicken Noodle Soup is sure to warm your soul on a warm day. With Hints of ginger, it is great for someone that has an upset tummy. This is sure to become one of your favorite recipes. It is so easy to make just put all the ingredient together and let it cook in the slow cooker till you get home. Cook your noodles and you are done! Make sure you try this version of chicken noodle soup out and see if you do not agree that it is easy and delicious!
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Slice celery, carrots, and ginger root and add to crock-pot
Mince garlic and add to crock-pot
Remove stems from rosemary, mince and add to crock-pot
Add in bay leaf and ground thyme.
Cook for 4 hours on high or 6-8 hours on low. Test with a meat thermometer for doneness. Remove chicken and shred it. Add it back to broth.
Cook your egg noodles on the stove top once you have about 20 minutes remaining on your crock-pot. You will add water and a tsp of salt to water. After they are just about done remove and drain. Combine with your crock pot ingredients.
Chicken can be added in the slow cooker frozen. Dried Thyme is fine to use in place of ground thyme. Once the chicken is done you can use a food processor to shred if you desire a finer texture of meat.
Ronnie is a native to Rock Hill, South Carolina. Growing up in the south with a love for sweet tea, grits, collard greens, and cat head biscuits. A self-described foodie, he loves to try out new restaurants, especially the low key ones. He also has a passion for the outdoors and new adventures. He is married with 3 beautiful kids.
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