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.

"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


This was excellent. Ginger really pairs nicely with chicken. I will start adding ginger to my chicken noodle soup every time I make it.

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roykee wrote 3 years 8 weeks ago

...and ginger is excellent for cold & flu relief !


I just made this tonight and the family loved it. I didn't have reduced-sodium chicken broth so I used a combination of regular chicken broth and bouillion. Also, I didn't have whole wheat egg noodles and used regular. I only used one large clove of garlic since my kids are small and picky. I did use the ginger and dill but eyeballed it and probably used less then it called for. But it was still chock full of good for you veggies and chicken and the little ones ate it up. Will definitely make it again but will add more carrots and celery next time.

Christina, Las Vegas, NV


I make this soup again and again. Delicious. This year for Passover, I substituted matzo balls for noodles and served for Passover. Huge hit!

Lina, Seattle, WA


This is an execellent hearty soup and very apppropiate for times when you need a little more TLC.

Swapna, Rochester, NY


Very nice soup, its a keeper, but maybe ill add something extra next time to inhance the falvor more, i already added ground pepper when i made it which was very good.

Sherihan, Alexandria, Eg


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