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Chicken Noo Noo Soup

When my daughter was little I would always call noodles ‘noo noos’ and I admit I still do it to this day lol!

Today I made some rock star Chicken Noo Noo soup using some leftover turkey soup stock I had made at Christmas time from the leftover turkey carcass. After making it I froze it in a mason jar for future use. Actually I got several jars from the batch which is cool.

Class jar with my turkey stock from my Christmas Turkey

I do not waste anything when it comes to food. I love using these go-to’s for creations like today’s soup that I made.

Check out this video I made of the soup as it was cooking. And note the noo noos are not in here yet… they were boiling on the stove burner behind. I don’t like to add them until just before serving. So they too will go in a mason jar or similar and only be added to the soup as I warm up what I am eating at one sitting. However, if you are wondering what the things in the soup that look like noodles are, they are cauliflower shreds! From one of those bags of slaw type veggies. I love using those for soups and such. One day I will share with you all my pea soup hack that makes it way more nutrient dense without anyone even knowing… but shh you will have to promise not to tell though 😉

7 second video of my chicken soup cooking and looking all delicious like 🙂

And these are the noo noos I used. Actually this was my first time using these and I have to say I like them the best for Chicken Noodle Soup. They are La Molisana Semi Di Melone N 61, Trafilata Al Bronzo. So I have no idea what all that means but anyhoo here is a picture of the delightful little critters.

The little noodles I add to the chicken soup just before eating so they don’t get all mushy. Aka “Noo Noos” 🙂

In closing I want to remind everyone that you do not need a recipe to cook soup. I never make it the same twice. You throw in whatever you have around the kitchen that remotely seems like it will go with the style of soup you are making. 🙂

Have fun with soup making and use up those odds and ends in the fridge and freezer. :-))