Chicken and Macaroni Creamy Soup

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Chicken and Macaroni Creamy Soup

Chicken and Macaroni Creamy Soup

This soup is perfect for a quick and easy pick me up, when you are not feeling well. It is a well-known soup that leaves you wanting more and feeling really good! I make it quite a lot for my children when they are not well – it has lots of protein and it also has fresh carrots (that are from my garden of course) but any will do as well, not everyone is lucky enough to have fresh veg from their garden, I appreciate that.

Also, it’s perfect for a busy day, apart from just being a quick and healthy recipe to make for the whole family to enjoy. One of the great things about this soup is that you only need a few vegetables and little pasta to make this dish still go a long way. In the old days or shall I say when I was little(!)  I used to visit my Auntie a great deal with my Dad,  and I could guarantee that my Auntie would always have this kind of soup ready for us to sit down at the table to enjoy with a nice home-made bread and  a drizzle of olive oil.

Yes I do have very nice memories about my special Auntie. I do have one more comfort soup to share with you next time that I have learned from my Auntie that I will share with you soon here in my blog.

This is how we make the soup:

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Chicken and Macaroni Creamy Soup
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
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Course Starter
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
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Instructions
  1. On a hight heat in a deep casserole dish, add the chicken then the water, salt and pepper and the parsley and bring to the boil.
  2. Once the pan is boiling, add the carrots and then lower the heat and cook for 30 mins. Then, add the pasta and cook for a further 15mins.
  3. Increase the heat, then add the cream and the lemon juice and stir carefully, so that you don't break the chicken into a mush, and cook for a further 15 mins, without the lid.
  4. Turn off the heat and drizzle with a good quality olive oil.
  5. Take the chicken out of the pan and scrape the chicken meat out and serve - delicious!
Recipe Notes

The reason for the olive oil at the end, is because it adds lovely flavour to it, if you like olive oil - if not, leave it out.

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