posted on Jan, 6 2004 @ 12:53 PM
Sure, it isn't difficult...
I usually get the following:
Large can of Chicken Broth
Small head of Cabbage
Bell Pepper (green, orange, yellow or red (your pick)...this gives a little kick to the sinuses)
Cut up pieces of Chicken
Assorted Spices to taste
I start the chicken broth and let it come to a boil in a large soup pot. While that's cooking, I chop up the chicken and the veggies to smaller than
bite-size pieces. I sautee the chicken pieces in a small pan, and season (usually with some seasoning salt and pepper).
When the broth starts to boil, I add the cabbage and the veggies, as well as the chicken, as well as a little dash of soy sauce, and some salt and
pepper. I turn down the burner to about medium, and let it do a gentle boil, for about 15-20 minutes or so. Then, I add the egg noodles, and do a
gentle boil for another 10 minutes. Stir every once in a while through this whole process. Then, remove from the heat (or just put it on simmer),
and you're ready to go! I usually eat crackers with it too, to help settle the tummy.
Trust me, the cabbage totally absorbs all of the flavor from the chicken, broth and veggies while it's boiling...
Sometimes, we use elbow macaroni noodles instead, and noodle type isn't really essential to the recipe...