Sisters Chicken Noodle Soup – Small

$ 4.79

Product Description

This soup is just the thing you need to warm up on a cold day. Full of homestyle spaetzle noodles, carrots and chives this soup is the perfect thing to reach for when you’re feeling a little under the weather.

Ingredients: Spaetzle (Durum Wheat Semolina, Eggs), Chicken Base (Real Salt™, Onion, Garlic, Dried Chicken, Natural Chicken Broth, Celery, Curry, Turmeric, Herbs, Black Pepper), Onion, Carrot, Garlic, Herbs, and Chives
Contains eggs and wheat NO MSG OR ARTIFICIAL INGREDIENTS

You will need:
1 Chicken breast cubed and cooked

Package Includes:
Noodles
1 Spice Packet

Directions: In 4 quart saucepan brown chicken and drain fat. Add 4 cups water and both spice packets. Cover and bring to a boil then add noodles. Cover and simmer for 20 minutes or until noodles are soft.

Crockpot Directions:Add water, the entire soup mix and precooked meat to the slow cooker. Cook on low for 2.5 hours (minimum) to 5 hours (maximum). Enjoy!

Cooking Variations:If you want more vegetables add summer squash or broccoli. You can also switch out the chicken for sausage or leftover pork.
Reduce sodium by limiting the amount of chicken base (yellow packet) used.

Tidbits of History

The three large volcanoes that dominate the skyline from the town of Sisters, Oregon gave the city its name. Originally called Three Sisters postal authorities shortened the name to Sisters in 1888. Dubbed Faith, Hope and Charity by early settlers, the three sister volcanoes have a rich history in native lore and in the stories of the first Europeans to explore the area.

Native lore describes how the three sisters started a fight over the attention of Mt. Bachelor to the south. The three squabbled so much they wreaked havoc on the Oregon countryside. While the North and Middle sisters were fighting the South Sister caught Mt. Bachelor’s attention. Just before an older wiser elder named Jack, broke up their fight North and Middle Sisters plucked every tree from the South Sister’s Crown.

Today the North Sister, the oldest of the three, is extinct. The magma vent that supplied her is no longer active. The Middle Sister is dormant and expected to erupt again in the future. The South Sister, the youngest of the three, is still active and erupted less than 2,000 years ago, she could still erupt at anytime.

The Three Sisters sit within the Three Sister Wilderness area, the second largest wilderness area in Oregon. There are 260 miles of trails to explore and the South Sister is always beckoning to be climbed.

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