I think we all could use a bit of comfort food right about now. This recipe for Chicken Soup is one of my favorite. Everything about it is simple and elegant. The ingredients are fresh and easy, the flavors are clean and nourishing, and the aromatics are so warm and welcoming. Enjoy this recipe and story from Andrea Watman.
Simple Chicken Soup (a.k.a. Jewish Penicillin)
A recipe from Andrea Watman
My sister Joy is the chicken soup Queen. As a matter of fact she
credits her marriage to a pot of chicken soup. Ok it’s a long story, but
the short version is that shortly after they met, her future husband
got the flu. She made him a pot of chicken soup and as they say the rest
is history. So be careful – this is a magical recipe, it cures many
ills and just may lead to love!
Her soup is made without flanken – but adding the flanken makes a richer soup and the added bonus is you get to eat the flanken (serve with white horseradish, yum!).