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Vegetable and Chicken Soup

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Vegetable and Chicken Soup
 

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Yellow Squash, Zucchini, Carrot Sticks, Chopped Spinach, Baby Brussel Sprouts, Celery, Parsley, White Large Onion
 

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All in pot half full with chicken broth and salt and pepper and 2 heaping teaspoons of minced garlic with mushrooms and slow cooking on the stove.

The chicken is baking in the oven and will be added later after bones removed.

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I take it you don't find the brussel sprouts too strong for a mild soup like chicken?  I would worry that they would make everything taste like brussel sprout.  

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Interesting take on a classic, and like bobber said, the perfect day for it! I'll try a bowl! :)

That actually looked so good, and so cold and rainy here, I'm now making a pot of chicken soup! 

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Very nice Len! Gotta believe your house smells heavenly too. Looks like something that would go nice in a soup thermos on one of your trout fishing excursions. :)

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3 hours ago, delcecchi said:

I take it you don't find the brussel sprouts too strong for a mild soup like chicken?  I would worry that they would make everything taste like brussel sprout.  

I'd 2nd that! yuk!

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3 minutes ago, Mike89 said:

I'd 2nd that! yuk!

Actually I like Brussel Sprouts.  But if I make Chicken soup, want to taste chicken.  That is why I asked. 

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wife liked it...brussel sprouts did not over take the soup.  maybe because they were baby ones and not many of them.

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18 hours ago, delcecchi said:

Actually I like Brussel Sprouts.  But if I make Chicken soup, want to taste chicken.  That is why I asked. 

no offence Del, just can not get into those little rascals and I'm old enough to learn to like different things.  just cause I'm retired doesn't mean much for those taste buds I guess.  

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