Laura Vitale, with Laura in the Kitchen, makes her homemade chicken noodle soup a little differently than most of us are used to making it, but the way she makes it is well worth making it this way! You’ll never go back to the way you used to make it after tasting this recipe.
It’s that time of year, when all I really want to eat several times a week is a warm, nurturing bowl of soup. And the soup that comforts me the most has always been my Mom’s homemade chicken noodle soup.
Mom’s soup has been on my “to do” list for a couple years already, and I am embarrassed that it has taken me this long to nail down the recipe. In the back of my mind, I think I’ve really only wanted Mom to make it for me. Not out of laziness, but out of the yearning for those memories of my mom’s cooking. Mom’s chicken noodle soup will always be the best chicken noodle soup.
But that’s not a great way to make sure recipes get passed along generation to generation. It was time for me to get this recipe into my recipe box and make this on my own. Before getting my Mom’s recipe, I ran across Laura’s tutorial and she makes her chicken noodle soup the same way my Mom used to make it for our family! Mom didn’t add the white wine, but I thought that sounded yummy and tried it…it does add a great flavor, so I’ll be using that the next time I make this soup too!
Not only does my family love this, but I’ve taken some to my friends who are sick. They absolutely love it and are so excited to receive it.
You’re definitely gonna want to try making this soup the way Laura does in her step by step tutorial. It’s well worth the extra steps she takes because you can definitely taste the difference in roasting your chicken first!