Total Time: Prep time; about an hour. Cook time; 2-3 hours simmering
Yield: Many bowls of delicious hot soup
Source: My Family Recipe!
I prefer thighs. They are better tasting in a soup and only one bone per piece. Perdue chicken makes a nice colored yellow soup.
I used all the veggies left from a veggie platter (carrots, green beans and celery). No waste.
I use broken linguine because it is a thicker pasta and does not get mushy. It makes great noodles for a soup.
Add seasonings to taste. Start with an 1/8th of a teaspoon first then taste test later after it has cooked for a while. Then taste test later after it has cooked for a while.
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