Pictures of my First Time Step by Step Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup
My roommate is sick. She is the cook of the house. Me and my other roommate called her the master chef. If there's something in the air that smells good, oh it's because of her. She cook deliciously and most of her master recipe is for the benefit of my tummy. Yes.
Me? Do I cook? I hate kitchen. Besides, two or more chef in the kitchen make it more crowded. I only eat what she cook. Yes, halleluiah. But because she is sick, with cough and flu, I have to take care of her.
So I decided to cook something that is good for the tummy, especially for her. Why is it that when somebody is sick, people can really do things beyond what they can do? Is it conscience? Or something else?
Well whatever it is, I am going to cook Chicken Noodle for the first time.
Now. Don’t raise your hopes so high because this is my first attempt of making one. However, would anyone care? I think you will, once you’ll taste my Chicken Noodle Soup.
First, ask Google. Google the keywords, "How to Make Chicken Noodle Soup, Homemade Style". When you type the words, there are hundreds of Chicken Noodle recipe appearing on your screen. Clue: Pick the easiest one.
After you pick other people's recipe, gather all the ingredients and prepare yourself for the ultimate showdown of your lifetime.
Step 1: Make a Chicken Broth
You will need the following to make a chicken both.
Put everything together
Let it boil for about 3-5 minutes or longer. Just don't let all the broth evaporates.
2. Melt the butter in the pan.
3. Add garlic and onion into the melted butter in the pan.
Is frying a garlic and onions into a golden brown would do any better? Yes, yes. As what they suggested.
It really looks good, isn't it? I hope you will agree with me. Picture do paints a thousand words as you can see the picture below.
Add some slices of carrots too.
4. Then, add the chicken broth into the pan
3. Did that procedure I searched from Google says, “Pour the Chicken Broth?” Ah, no not yet. Chicken breast would be in first.
Actually, it’s not chicken breast, just pieces of shredded chicken meat.
5.Just wait and let it simmer for 3-5 minutes.
6. Finally, add handful of noodles.
7. Let it set to boil for 7 to ten minutes until the noodles and chicken meat are soft or tender in your teeth.
8. It's ready to serve. Yey! You must serve it hot.
Warning: Did I try to warn you that the soup/chicken broth would evaporate before you know it? Well, that’s something to watch next time. Whoever want to try my recipe will not enjoy the taste of tenderness of the chicken meat.
Conclusion: Looks can be deceiving. It may look good in the picture, but be aware that taking pictures of what I cook was more fun than enjoying the way it was made.