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Chicken Noodle Soup with Dill

Winter 2004, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Chicken noodle soup is undeniably comfort food for many people (especially when they're not feeling well) and this version gets a healthful update. Whole-wheat egg noodles add fiber and nutrients and reduced-sodium chicken broth cuts the sodium. By all means use homemade chicken broth if you have it.



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"I purchased a rotisserie chicken breast and removed the skin before shredding. "
Chicken Noodle Soup with Dill

27 Reviews for Chicken Noodle Soup with Dill

11/25/2011
Anonymous

The ginger and dill added so much to the healthy and delicious taste of this chicken noodle soup. My cold flew the coup! I highly recommend this recipe.

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11/15/2011
amazing

I'm normally not a chicken noodle soup person at all since it usually tastes so bland no matter how much salt and pepper I add. But decided to make this super healthy version for my sick husband. Its seriously the tastiest chicken soup I've ever had! The dill and ginger make all the difference in the world!

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11/11/2011
Light and Flavorful!

This is the best chicken noodle soup I've ever made and will keep this in my permanent file! My kids loved it. I bought two roasted chickens and removed the skin and shredded the breast meat. I used organic broth and vegetables. I minced all vegetables so the soup wasn't so chunky except for the chicken and noodles. The combination of ginger, dill and lemon gave the soup flavor beyond belief!

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01/06/2011
Surprisingly Delicious!

I made this and even my 6 year old loved it!! She ate it every night for 3 days! This made plenty so I may cut the recipe in half next time.

easy to make, kid's loved it, satisfying taste
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11/15/2010

I purchased a rotisserie chicken breast and removed the skin before shredding.

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