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There’s nothing quite like the comforting aroma of a classic leftover roast chicken soup filling your kitchen on a chilly day. View the recipe below!
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While it’s convenient, making your own broth from the chicken carcass adds a unique depth of flavor that’s hard to replicate with store-bought broth.
It’s not essential, but it adds a distinct flavor that enhances the soup. You can omit it if you prefer a more traditional taste.
Absolutely! This recipe is versatile, and you can add your favorite vegetables or whatever you have on hand.
Leftover soup can be stored in the fridge for up to 3-4 days. Reheat it gently on the stovetop or in the microwave.
You can make a vegetarian version by using vegetable broth and skipping the chicken. Add extra vegetables or beans for protein.
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