Looking for a world-famous chicken soup recipe? Look no further than this video! In this review, we’ll explain why this soup is the world’s best and how to make it yourself. If you’re feeling down and want to comfort yourself with a bowl of chicken soup, this is the recipe for you! This soup is definitely world-famous, and for good reason. Not only is it delicious, but it’s also incredibly healing. If you’re feeling sick or injured, try this recipe and see how it helps you feel better! .
How about trying chicken fried streak.
Garlic press works great then you don't have to chop it
Great easy recipe thanks
I so enjoy your cooking videos. I also like to read comments where people are giving you good advice. I have one small nugget of advice. Try to not scrape the blade of your knife sideways on your cutting board/ mat. It will dull your blade much quicker and might even cause nicks in it. I bought a stainless scraper at the Dollar Tree and it’s one of my favorite kitchen tools. I use it to swipe off seeds and unwanted stuff off my board and it also is good for scooping things I’ve chopped up to put in the pan. Thanks for the great content.
Hi Dave. That looks so good and love watching you. You make my day and thanks for sharing recipes.
Looks delicious! 🐓🥘🍲
Hey Dave…you need that food hand cutter/shredder/chopper thing from Pampered Chef!
Look up RADA knives they are nice inexpensive knives that last forever.
Hi Dave. Great video. That’s definitely NOT the world’s best. I buy rotisserie chickens late at night when they’re cheap. Strip the meat off and freeze it, also freeze the carcass including the juices, skin and stuffing. We usually get at least 3 at a time. When we want a soup we boil up all of the carcasses with an onion, carrots, garlic, ginger, thyme, oregano and rosemary for about 5 hours. We drain/strain that keeping the onion and carrots aside. This leaves you with a phenomenal stock. We then mash the onion and carrots and return. Season with oyster sauce and Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper. A dash of vinegar and sugar is optional. Add herbs and spices to taste and any vegetables you want and cook for 30 mins then add the meat and cook for another 30 mins. This makes a fantastic soup. The Mrs doesn’t like vegetable pieces so she blends it before adding the meat. Can be thickened with corn or potato starch.
Definitely use the celery leaves, they are where the flavour is. Thyme, leaves only unless making a stock. Freeze your ginger and garlic and onion before you grate them. You will be amazed at the difference it makes.
Yes just the leaves!
Love your ADHD! So glad to hear you are not ashamed! That is how God made you!!!
peel ginger with a spoon. Break off the knobs so you can get it on all sides. Great it with a micro plane. You can get pre grated ginger in the produce section.
Oh how I love homemade soups! This sounds like it's right up my alley. Great job Dave!
I use a hand mixer to shred chicken
Really enjoy the videos. I love your reaction when you put something too hot in your mouth.
Leaves only for rosemary & thyme…in my world, anyway.
Dave, great recipe and video. We will be making this recipe for sure! Also, have to say, you can definitely see a difference in the way your shirts are fitting. Great job on the weight loss, it's definitely noticeable!!!
Next tip- use a spoon to scrape the skin off of ginger instead of a pealer, it’s easier to get in the grooves and the skin is soft enough to use a spoon.
Also- ginger requires a rasp style grater, your big box grater as seen doesn’t work well.
Couscous = pasta
Couscous is a North African dish made from tiny steamed balls of semolina flour. It is actually a type of pasta.
Do NOT ever use prepared minced garlic! The favor compounds become weaker over time after the cell walls are broken down.
If you want a good short cut- buy the peeled garlic in a bag and freeze it. The cloves take less than 5 minutes to defrost and using a garlic press makes it quick work
Now I want ot make chicken and dumplings.
Not enough garlic…too much rosemary… Any rosemary is too much…
I've been known to use a recipe using three cups of chopped garlic…and it's the base of one of my Chinese chicken salad recipes…
dave, why sweep the garlic white paper on the floor???? pluuuuzzzeeee