The flavors in this soup are divine. We did this differently (partly by planning to, and partly by misreading the directions, me thinks...). Anyway, I cooked a whole chicken in water only (overnight when the night was short anyway). Then I pulled out the chicken to cool turning the slow cooker up onto high. After deboning the meat, I returned the bones to the crockpot with some vinegar, S&P to taste. By noon time, I pulled out the bones and put in the veggies on high to cook throughout the afternoon. When the veggies were tender, I didn't only process the veggies with my blender wand, I actually misread and 'trusted' the misreading, so I blended the chicken into the soup at the same time. The expressions on my family's faces were dubious, and they expected to be reaching for the means to make PBJ's (doesn't happen often, but when one of my experiments doesn't work out, that's the agreed upon default....), anyway, when we sat down to eat the soup with salad and nice bread rolls, they were astounded with how yummy and filling, and how down-right comfort-food this turned out to be. Sorry for misunderstanding... well, sort of, and thanks for sharing, Angchick, because this 'new' type of chicken soup really is comfort food, and I'm so excited that it's getting to be fall again, so I can make this again. just picked up turnips and parsnips at the store this week, and had to share! Thanks again!
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The flavors in this soup are divine. We did this differently (partly by planning to, and...