Thursday, October 15, 2009

Good For The Soul...

One thing that I love about this time of year is pulling out favorite soup recipes and trying new ones. With not only having chilly and rainy weather this week but sick children as well, there is only one thing to do... make Chicken Noodle Soup.

This was a new recipe for me to try and it is officially one that I can call a family favorite. We are going to be eating this soup a lot over these colder months. The recipe is from Paula Deen so I knew without a doubt it was going to be delicious. She has yet to let me down!!!

This soup is kind of a new twist on an old favorite because the recipe calls for adding a little bit of cream along with some sherry, a few different seasonings and parmesan cheese. You can leave out the cheese and cream for more of a broth based soup and it would still be very good. When I made the recipe I also added a couple more cans of chicken broth because I wanted to make sure we had plenty. Your house is going to smell wonderful with this pot of soup cooking on the stove!


  1. Can't wait to make this next week!

    Where did you get that bowl? And why don't I have one?

  2. Hey Christy!

    This is the BEST EVER Chicken Noodle Soup recipe huh?? I made it last year and truly had forgotten about it. Im so glad that you shared!! Now, I will make sure to make some this winter.

    Have a great afternoon!!


  3. This looks delicious! I will definitely have to try it! We've been on a soup kick here at our house with the cooler fall weather. I love the idea of a creamy chicken noodle soup as a new take on the broth version.

  4. Christy...
    Looks yummy!
    I too love this time of year when comfort food is at it's best!!!!

  5. It looks delicious, and it even looks like it smells delicious! Thanks for the link to this recipe. I've been wanting a good chicken noodle soup recipe, and this may be the one! ;-)

    Hope your children are feeling better by now...

    Love to you~ Jennifer
    PS: If you're coming to see Sarah any time soon, please let me know. I'm afraid we'll be moving away around Christmas and I would love it if we (you, Sarah, and I)could visit in person before we move.


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