Homemade Paleo Chicken Soup

This hearty and delicious soup is the perfect way to warm up on a cold winter day.  This recipe is not only delicious but easy too.  Whatever you don’t use, can be frozen for later!  So no need to waste.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Chicken carcass (for the broth)

1 Onion, finely chopped

2 Celery Stalks, chopped

1/2 Cabbage, chopped into quarters

4 Carrots, chopped

4 Parsnips, chopped

Rosemary

Thyme

Directions:

I used a chicken from last night’s dinner.  I didn’t want to waste any of the meat, so I put it in a big pot of boiling water and boiled it for about 3 hours.  This makes the best homemade broth!

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Once the chicken is boiled, take it out, let it cool until you can handle it with your hands.  Then, pick the pieces of meat from the chicken and place them in another pot.  Once you have done this, add all of the veggies into the same pot with the chicken.  Add the broth from the original pot into the new pot.  There should be enough broth to cover everything so that it all cooks together.  Sprinkle on rosemary and thyme (to taste) and cook for about 30-45 minutes so that the veg softens.  Dish into a bowl, and then you have something to please everyone!

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Leftovers can be frozen as can the broth.  Enjoy!

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About rmnvb1975

A modern day Cavewoman
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