1

Place cooked chicken in a pot filled with water. I usually never measure, it depends on the pot I am using.

2

Add a little salt and pepper and the thyme in to the pot. Boil for about 2 hours.

3

Once the chicken is “falling off the bones”, remove it from the heat, and drain and save the broth, remove the herbs and discard. Allow the chicken to cool, then pick off the meat from the bones, then chop.

4

Lightly sauté the onion celery potato mixture. Add the chicken and the broth.

5

Bring to a boil and allow to simmer for about 30 minutes or so.

6

Serve with cracker or French bread.

7

Substitutions: Switch out Chicken for left over Pot Roast, or ribs (pork or ribs)

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Ingredients

Directions

1

Place cooked chicken in a pot filled with water. I usually never measure, it depends on the pot I am using.

2

Add a little salt and pepper and the thyme in to the pot. Boil for about 2 hours.

3

Once the chicken is “falling off the bones”, remove it from the heat, and drain and save the broth, remove the herbs and discard. Allow the chicken to cool, then pick off the meat from the bones, then chop.

4

Lightly sauté the onion celery potato mixture. Add the chicken and the broth.

5

Bring to a boil and allow to simmer for about 30 minutes or so.

6

Serve with cracker or French bread.

7

Substitutions: Switch out Chicken for left over Pot Roast, or ribs (pork or ribs)

Rosemary Chicken and Wild Rice Soup