In the mood for Healing Poached Chicken Noodle Soup

New recipe – Low kilojoule, low fat, healthy
If you’ve been with me through the cold months, you’ll know that I am addicted soup (and stews). I SO love soup and eat it religiously when it’s cold outside but never more so than when I’m feeling under the weather. And when you’re feeling less than your normal fabulous self there’s nothing better than good old chicken noodle soup. Good for the soul yes, but also the aches, pains, head, chest and entire universe if you happen to have man-flu…..

This soup is a healing haven of heavenly goodness. It won’t cure your cold but it will certainly help your body fight the good fight while soothing your soul and helping you feel better.

 

What’s so good about it?

  • Healing garlic and ginger helps to break up that nasty congestion.
  • Protein-rich chicken breast helps repair your cells and fight infection.
  • Noodly carbohydrates are great for lethargy-fighting energy.
  • Loads of vegetables give you a vitamin and mineral boost which is great any time but especially when your body is under attack.
  • Best of all, it’s made within 30 minutes and most of that time the soup is cooking itself while you rest on the couch.

I confess to eating this at any time that it’s cold outside, but always when there’s a cold in the house.

 

Do you believe that chicken soup makes life better? What’s good for you when you’re under the weather?

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Healing Poached Chicken Noodle Soup

Per serving: 1275kj (303.6cals); 6.7g total fat (1.9g saturated fat); 4.6g fibre

Poached Chicken Noodle Soup

Healthy eating!
jay

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