Homemade chicken noodle soup is one of my favorite things. I remember waiting patiently as a child as my mother meticulously cut her strands of noodles. Her noodles are made from white flour and are absolutely amazing and I still enjoy a bowl from time to time. We the husband and I first got married we used to make these noodles together. I seem to have passed the torch on to my husband and kiddo is quickly becoming the noodle apprentice.
Due to my PCOS and my husbands own health concerns we try to stick to a cleaner diet and one that resembles a lower glycemic index diet. We swap our white flour for wheat. My great grandmother, grandmother, and mothers recipe has gotten a makeover. My childhood comfort food has gotten a makeover, but I still enjoy the clean eating from scratch chicken noodle soup and I do hope you’ll enjoy it too.
For the chicken we are using the leftover chicken from the “Paprika Oregano Roasted Chicken.” Following the link will provide you will the recipe and instructional videos.
For the chicken stock we are using the leftover juices, parts and pieces and in this post we made “Homemade Chicken Stock.” There you’ll find the instructional video and information.
Homemade Wheat Noodles
- 2 cups wheat flour
- 4 eggs
- dash of salt
- 1 cup water
- A 3 eggs to a large mixing bowl.
- Whisk until well blended.
- Add flour to your egg mixture 1 cup at a time.
- Whisk mixture until well blended. It will be clumpy.
- Add 1 more egg to your mixture.
- Add a dash of salt to the blended mixture.
- If your mixture is still crumbly, add 1 tbsp of water at a time to the mixture until you can roll it into a ball and the dough sticks together.
- Sprinkle some extra flour on your counter.
- Roll the dough out on your counter.
- Using a pizza cutter, cut your noodles. You are free to make them as wide or as thin as you like them.
- Add them to your boiling chicken stock.
- Wheat noodles will need to cook for 30-45 minutes.
- For chicken noodle soup we let simmer for over an hour.
- [url href=”http://nevermorelane.com/paprika-oregano-roasted-chicken/” target=”_blank”]Leftover roasted chicken[/url] or cooked chicken of your choice
- Homemade chicken stock or chicken stock of your choice
- Homemade noodles or noodles of your choice
- 16 oz chicken stock
- 1 white onion, diced
- 4-5 carrots, peeled and sliced or diced
- 3-4 stalks of celery, sliced or diced
- Add all ingredients to the pan except the homemade noodles.
- Bring to a boil.
- Add noodles and reduce to low.
- Cook on low for 60 mins.
We even had some silly chicken noodle bloopers!
Tammy Doiel @creativekkids.com says
That looks so good! Thanks for linking up with the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. I have pinned your post to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board!
Thank you so much Tammy!
Leisa Good says
I also really enjoy homemade chicken noodle soup and also homemade turkey noodle soup with leftover Thanksgiving turkey. I also put peas and potatoes in with the noodles. I know. I am a starch addict. lol
The recipe looks really easy too with not many ingredients.
My mother-in-law makes turkey stew with her Thanksgiving leftovers. That is something I have never been able to really eat. I am not sure why. I do like my moms version of homemade chicken noodle soup but the white flour noodles just dont make me feel so good. The wheat ones, honestly, don’t really taste like wheat once you simmer them in the pot for so long. I really quite enjoy them.
Robin (Masshole Mommy) says
Will you please come over to my house and make this for me? It sounds so good, but I am way too lazy to make noodles from scratch.
For sure! I usually save this one for the weekend. Kiddo loves making noodles with her daddy.
Kristen from The Road to Domestication says
Oh yummy! And we’re almost to the cooler part of the year when I really like to have soup!
I love fall weather. I also love soup. I pretty much eat it every day.
Carmen Perez says
Great recipes! Whenver I don’t feel well, or even just feel like I’m coming down with something, my go to meal is chicken soup…I love it!
Same here! Sometimes I even make egg drop soup so I can have the chicken broth with some protein instead of getting bogged down with carbs that usually give me stomach aches.
Alexandra Young says
That looks yummy! Thank you for sharing!
You are very welcome!
aimee fauci says
I’ve never known how to make chicken noodle soup from scratch. This is amazing especially with how to make the noodles. Never knew how those were made.
We tend to swap between white flour (the original way) and wheat flour (lower glycemic index and easier on my stomach.) You can use either.
My favorite is chicken soup. I really want to try this recipe.
Tiffany Steadman-COllins says
mmm this could not of been posted at a better time. WIth the colder weather we love making soup in our house but often turn to can stuff. This recipe looks amazing and super simple. Thanks for sharing.
Tough Cookie Mommy says
This reminds me of the chicken noodle soup that my grandmother used to make for me when I was sick as a kid. It always made me feel better right away.
Fariha @canadianmomeh.com says
Great recipe. I make chicken noodle soup from scratch but always wind up using store bought noodles. Gotta give this a try some day.
If I had a fresh pasta maker I may never leave the kitchen. But these noodles work without one. There is just nothing like fresh noodles.
That looks so good. I think I need some of this especially since I am starting to get sick.
Chicken noodle soup is one of my favorites. Especially any kind made from scratch. I will have to give this a try.
Kay Adeola says
Yum! this would sure be amazing when the weather is cooler,I have to try it out :).
Sarah Bailey says
Oh yum this sounds so delicious perfect for the cooler weather we are having here. x
This recipe looks so great for fall. I also love that it is clean eating — I am trying to lose weight, so this will be great to add to my collection.
We make a chicken lentil soup from scratch that’s really good. Broth alone is a miracle food for the stomach. This looks like an excellent recipe to try.
I have been reading a lot about the GAPS diet. I need more bone broth in my life to see if will help with my stomach problems.
You have no idea how good this looks to me right now! I have a rotten cold and I could really use some delicious chicken noodle soup, especially from scratch!
Melissa Vera says
I have never made homemade noodles or homemade chicken soup but this looks and sounds absolutely delicious.
I love reading about all these warm recipes with the cool nights we’ve been having lately. You need to come over and make this for me too lol
Amanda Ripsam says
Do you know how well Chicken noodle soup freezes ? I really want to make a big batch and store it away fro the winter time. Now is the time of year to start gobbling up chicken noodle soups.
We make large batches and freeze it year round.
Amanda Love says
That soup just looks super yummy. I’ve never made my own from scratch, I just buy it in a can because I’m too lazy. 🙂
April @ Everyday Fitness and Nutrition says
I’ve never made homemade chicken soup but I need to make some. My family loves chicken noodle soup so I’m not sure why I’ve never made it before!
Amber NElson says
That looks like a great soup. I love chicken noodle soup.
Liz Mays says
A bowl of this sounds completely perfect right now. I can’t wait to try it!
Lori T. says
I’ve been on the hunt for a really god chicken noodle soup recipe and this one sounds great! I’m looking forward to trying it.
Melissa Smith says
I’ve really wanted to give clean eating a try & what a better place to start than with Chicken Noodle Soup! Thanks so much for sharing!