Homemade Chicken Soup


It's chicken soup weather! I don't know about you, but I make chicken soup all year round. And I usually don't share my recipes, mainly because I don't measure my ingredients, I just eyeball it. Once you learn how to cook and what seasonings go with what, you get to a point where you don't even have to worry about measuring ingredients.

Get a bag of party wings. I like to rinse my meat before cooking, so I put my wings in a bowl with water, leave it for a few minutes, dump the water out and rinse them. Place the wings in the pot and put in 4 cups of water.


Add 2 Knor Chicken Cubes, 2 Knor Garlic Cubes, some Lawry's Seasoning Salt, Mr's Dash Original and Onion and Herb, Red Pepper Flakes and Cumin. Remember, I don't measure, so season to your liking. I add a lot of seasoning salt in the beginning, because once some of the water boils out, towards the end I add about two more cups of water. It makes the flavor perfect!

I like to add a little avocado oil too. About a tbsp.


After adding your seasonings, let your soup cook until the chicken is tender. Then add in your veggies. When I make soup, depending on the day, I add things like corn, onions, green peppers, potatoes, pasta, carrots, okra and celery. Sometimes all at once, and sometimes I only put in a few of those things. I prefer fresh veggies, but on days when I don't feel like chopping, I buy pre-cut frozen veggies.

As you can see, I sometimes break up lasagna noodles and put it in my soup lol. Cook until veggies are done, but not soggy...yuck! And there's your chicken soup.