Creamy Chicken Soup
This Creamy Chicken Soup is like a big warm hug from the inside and is perfect for when you're feeling a bit under the weather or need warming up on a cold winter's day. This simple dairy-free recipe has all of the flavours you'd expect, but without any of the extra calories, so you can enjoy it guilt free.
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You could use meat with bones for added flavour - just make sure the skin is removed before cooking and all the bones are removed after it's cooked! If you want a thicker soup, use 1 litre of stock in the slow-cooker and hob-top methods, or reduce the soup over the heat at the end of cooking (removing the slow-cooker lid for the last hour of cooking). If you want it thinner, just add a little splash of water at a time and stir until it's to your liking.
We recommend using chicken thighs in this soup as we think the flavour is better, but you could use a large chicken breast instead if you prefer - it'll be totally delicious either way!
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Paula JonesFriday 8th April 2022
Can you freeze this?
HollyMonday 11th April 2022
Hey Paula, yes this soup can be frozen. Any recipe that can be frozen in our books has an F symbol above the ingredients list. Hope that helps!
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