Gluten Free Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe
Approx. 12 Carrots (peeled and diced)
Approx. 10 Celery (diced)
1 medium Onion (diced)
Head of Escrole (washed well)
2 packages of gluten free pasta
6 gluten free bouillons (make sure the brand is gluten free – some brands are not!)
1 whole chicken
Directions: Add water to large pot (about 3/4th of the way full) on medium high. Add chicken bouillon cubes and whole chicken. Cook for at least an hour to get all the nutrients from the bone marrow.
While the broth is cooking, cut up your veggies (carrots, celery, onion and escarole). ** Gfree tip: Make sure you cut on a clean cutting board that is designating gluten free use our labels/tags if you haven’t labeled yours yet. Gluten free cutting board as wooden boards can be incredibly absorbent and cross contamination can occur with a small amount of gluten.
When the broth is cooked, take out the chicken and put aside to cool. *** Most important — Use a hand strainer to strain the remaining pieces of the chicken left behind. Label your strainer gluten free – again, so cross contamination doesn’t occur.
Add the vegetables (celery, onion and carrots) to the broth. Do not add the escarole yet! Cook until soft. As the vegetables are cooking in one pan, put a pot of water on another burner for the pasta. Time to multitask – As everything is cooking, the chicken should be cooled at this point, so pick out all the remaining chicken meat and put aside. Throw out all the bones but the wish bone – you’ll need it for later. When the vegetables are soft and the pasta is done cooking, drain and add pasta to soup. Finally, add the chicken meat and escarole. Let cook for 3 minutes and then turn off burner.
Allow to cool. You should have enough soup to have lunch and/or dinner (depending on the amount of broth made, veggies cut and pasta added) and some left overs. Add our dishwasher safe gluten free branded labels to your Tupperware and enjoy! The labels are dishwasher safe so they won’t rub off. Oh, and don’t forget about that wish bone. Find a friend and make a wish that your soup will come out delicious. Hope your wish comes true!