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Greens and Herbs Noodle Soup Recipe

There are times when soups are planned, while other soups arise spontaneously. One evening I dressed the sandwiches with onions and an organic salad made of greens and herbs, I noticed that my herb salad was almost at its expiration date. I just didnít feel like a salad. A hot soup would be just right with my sandwich. Rummaging through the pantry, I found a can of chicken noodle soup. The greens and some other leftover vegetables combined with the canned soup and became a fresh-tasting light summer soup.

Soup is an excellent way to express your creativity in the kitchen while saving money. Do you have foods that you throw away because there isnít enough of that food to make a meal? You can use it in a soup to pair with your sandwich!

Greens and Herbs Noodle Soup Recipe

Ingredients:

1 can of condensed chicken noodle soup
1 Ĺ cans of water
ľ cup of chopped onion
Ĺ cup finely chopped celery
2 cups Earthbound Farms Organic Fresh Herb Salad-chopped
1 tablespoon of cooking sherry
1 teaspoon of balsamic vinegar
Pepper to taste
Ĺ lemon
Feel free to add other vegetables that you have in your refrigerators. Peppers, carrots, squash, and green beans all work well in this soup.

Method:

In a medium saucepan, empty one can of condensed chicken noodle soup and 1 Ĺ cans of water. Turn the heat to medium and add the onion, celery, and herb salad. Add the sherry, vinegar, and pepper. Heat the soup to boiling and turn it down to a simmer. Simmer the soup for five minutes and turn the burner off. Cover the soup and let it stand for five minutes. Pour it into bowls, and give each bowl a squeeze of fresh lemon. Stir the soup in the bowl and serve.

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I do enjoy my sandwiches! So many times, I grab a quick sandwich with some veggies and a juice. At lunch, if Iím lucky, I have a chance to chomp on my apple, too. However, for dinner, I think that my sandwiches deserve a nice soup, salad, or side dish, so that they can be a real meal. Do you have foods that you enjoy eating with your sandwiches? Please tell us about them in the Sandwiches Forum.

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