Celebrity Foods Soup Recipe


As a kid, I used to get “sick food” from my Mom whenever I’d catch the flu.  Inevitably that would mean soup, saltines and her love. As an adult, no one likes getting sick, especially since mommy can’t be around, but I at least still have some yummy “sick food” choices. When my brain feels soupy from me catching the latest flu bug circulating the office, I let it get soaked up by Celebrity Foods’ Home-style Chicken Noodle Soup.

Celebrity Foods Home-style Chicken Noodle Soup tastes like it was made from the heart. Its thick noodles, diced chicken, shoestring carrots, and bits of celery make up a hearty bite too.

Some things change, as you get older….



Cooking Instructions


Break the ingredients in the bag apart by hitting the bag on the side of a counter. Cut the bag lengthwise and crosswise. Empty the contents of the bag into a pot or double boiler. If a double boiler is not used, the soup must be stirred more often to avoid scorching it.


Add 2 quarts of hot water per bag of soup unless the bag specifies otherwise. Heat the soup to 180F, stirring frequently. Once the soup reaches 180F, reduce the heat to the lowest setting and hold it there for 45 minutes with the lid on. Continue stirring the soup occasionally to thoroughly blend the ingredients. Maintain a 140 to 160F temperature at all times. 


1 Comment »

  1. Liz said

    I always crave soup when it’s chilly outside.

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