Our immune-boosting homemade Chicken and Vegetable Soup is packed with wholesome ingredients, and is the perfect winter comfort food for the whole family.
Our easy-to-follow recipe promises a hearty and nutritious bowl of goodness which is both dairy and gluten free. Let's dive into the simple steps that make this soup a standout in flavour and nutrition.
Course: Lunch and Dinner
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Servings: Serves 5
- 1.5 liters of Chicken Broth
- 4 Garlic Cloves
- 250g Organic Chicken Breasts (whole)
- 100g Onion, diced
- 100g Celery, diced
- 100g Carrot, diced
- 75g Corn Kernels
- Place all the ingredients into a large saucepan.
- Cook on medium heat for 45 minutes, allowing the flavors to meld together.
- Remove the whole chicken breasts and shred them.
- Serve the clear chicken soup with shredded chicken on top.
- OR Blend the vegetables and clear broth to make a hidden vegetable soup.
This immune-boosting recipe is bursting with nutrients, ideal for children and the entire family during the winter months. The combination of chicken, garlic, and a variety of vegetables provides essential vitamins and minerals, helping to strengthen the immune system which should be able to ward off the horrid cold and flus doing their rounds.
Serve up the chicken soup for the children in the eco rascals Bamboo Bowl so you have the confidence to know that it's just the goodness from the soup your little one is ingesting and no nasty chemicals from plastic alternatives. Our Bowl is currently only available in our gift sets, but keep an eye out as they'll be back in stock as individual products in a few weeks.
Alternative Ingredients and Serving Suggestions
The beauty of any soup is how customisable they are. I always recommend taking a peek into the vegetable drawer in your fridge and freezer and throwing anything else in you think would work. This soup would taste fantastic with some spinach, peas or any root veg. If you want to bulk the soup out a little bit, you can add some cooked pasta or rice to the mix.
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