Sunbelz Masterclass:How to cook chicken noodle soup

Chicken noodle soup is one of the go to meals when someone is looking to warm up in the winter months, or trying to boost their immune system to get rid of common colds and flus because it’s such a healthy meal and is also very very delicious. So here is how to cook it; Simmer enough raw chicken bits or enough chicken in a pot with cillery carrots pepper corn some irish potato and some herbs and bring the mixture to a boil;Roll some flour in a dough and put some dumplings in that pot, check and stir the pot from time to time let cook for about two hours or more until it starts to smell real good! then add a packet of chicken noodle and stir, add salt and pepper to taste if you like and let cook some more for a few minutes;You’ll definately know when that chicken noodle soup is done.

Three best veg to eat in winter

cauliflower is a nice change from stronger-flavored vegetables.

Cauliflower: Even though it lacks chlorophyll, cauliflower has plenty of other nutrients including vitamin C (91.5% of the DV), folate and dietary fiber. Cauliflower is even a good source of omega-3 fatty acids.

Brussels, these little vegetables were once a staple all around Europe.

Brussels: They look like perfect miniature cabbages. An excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K, they also have folate, vitamin A, manganese, dietary fiber, potassium, vitamin B6 and thiamin (vitamin B1), omega-3 fatty acids, iron, phosphorous, protein, magnesium, riboflavin (vitamin B2), vitamin E, copper and calcium.

Artichokes: Artichokes are a great source of fiber and vitamin C, and have minerals like magnesium, folate, copper, potassium and phosphorus. Be sure you cut off all of the point “chokes” before cooking.