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March 17, 2014

Just finished making a large pot of homemade gluten free (NO CORN, WHEAT OR SOY) chicken noodle soup and it is really good. I decided it is worth putting this on the blog today. And it is a good thing I got this out of the way. Call me crazy but I just looked out of the window and it is snowing like wild and I think it is magnificent.   This is becoming an everyday or once a week occurrence around here for the winter of 2014.  There is snow in the morning and then the sun comes out by noon.  But it is still a great day for soup.

Here is what you will need for this soup:  Ten cups or more of water, 1 ½ teaspoon of poultry seasoning, 2 teaspoon of sea salt; 1 tablespoon of seasoning mix; 1 ½ teaspoon of black pepper; 1 bay leaf (remove after cooking); 10 ounces (or more depending on your protein needs) of oven roasted chicken breast; straight cut rice noodles (the ones you would use for Pad Thai).

Add all of the seasonings to the water and bring to a boil.  While the water is heating dice/cut your chicken into smaller then bite size.

Now we are ready for the final steps.  Place the chicken in the pot and allow all of the favors to marry.  This will take some time, approximately 30 minutes.  Check for seasoning and add water if needed.  Once the chicken and the broth have come together with a wonderful favor you will add the noodle.  This is one of those steps where you will add your noodles according to your idea of a good noodle soup.  Because these noodles thicken more so then a wheat noodle, for my taste I add according to my hand size.  I grab around the middle of the noodle the amount I need for my soup which is less than one fourth of the package.  Once again go according to your thoughts as to how much noodles you need or like in your soup.  Before adding the noodles this is a good time to taste and adjust the seasoning for your soup.  If more water is needed now is a good time to add it and bring the soup back to a boil.  Your noodles will soak up the liquid so allow for that when considering how much liquid and how much noodles you want to service as part of the soup.  Allow the pot to come to a full boil and place the noodles in the pot.  Now we will turn the pot down to a simmer.  These noodles do not need to boil like wheat pasta.  Allow for the pasta to soak up the liquid and favor of the pot. And add more liquid if you wish.

Because I make such a large pot of soup, I place it in a crock pot to keep warm and we can enjoy it throughout a cold and snowy day or evening if it is movie night.  If you like, you can add G-O-C to this soup.  I think the garlic adds another level of favor to the soup.  Boy do I miss garlic.  Enjoy and stay warm.

Roasted chicken and rice noodles soup.  Something good for another cold winter day.

Roasted chicken and rice noodles soup. Something good for another cold winter day.

You do not have to be gluten fee to enjoy this soup

Homemade chicken noodles soup. To make this gluten free and good for me I used rice pasta.

Homemade chicken noodles soup.  You do not have to be gluten free to enjoy this soup and please use your own judgment when it comes to seasoning your soup.  To make this soup good for me I used rice pasta (which is gluten free), you may use any pasta or combination of pasta. 

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