Classic Chicken Noodle Soup – Mother’s Secret Recipe

When I was just a little girl, I easily got sick.

I have the worst type of allergic rhinitis. Whenever I started sneezing in the morning, I couldn’t stop. Sometimes, the sneezing waned after an hour, but sometimes, it led to fever and colds. My Mom used to make me this wonderful chicken noodle soup whenever I got sick. It was simple; just noodles cooked in chicken broth. She used to add strips of chicken and chunks of boiled egg on it just to give it more flavor. It always never failed to make me feel better. The hotness of the soup created a soothing trail down my throat, warming my body instantly. It was also a bit spicy that it always helped with my sinusitis. It didn’t have anything special on it, but it was a soup made of love.

This chicken noodle soup recipe by Taste of Home will remind you of those afternoons when your mother took care of you during your time of weakness. A mother’s gentle touch combined by hot and warm, delicious soup will always make you feel better. It’s something that not even the best and richest of food can give you. It’s home within your home.



Quick Tip:  You can use rotisserie chicken. You can also shred the chicken instead of cubing it if you prefer finer bites.