Thursday, December 13, 2012

First Look at Cookbook: Dallas Style Chicken Noodle Soup in a Jar Recipe

With the release of The Gourmet Food Storage Handbook by our own Chef Tess just around the corner, we decided to let you, our fans, choose which recipe from the cookbook you'd like to get a first look at! After a week of voting on our Facebook page, you decided that the recipe you wanted us to release first was the Dallas Style Chicken Noodle Soup in a Jar.

The great thing about this recipe is not only the fact that Chicken Noodle Soup goes hand-in-hand with the winter weather, but the great story associated with this tasty recipe. Here is an excerpt from the cookbook from Chef Tess describing the great story behind the coming together of this particular recipe: 

"This meal was a request from a friend named Dallas at the Honeyville retail store in Arizona. It has nothing to do with anything actually in Dallas, Texas. Sorry, Texas. As for Dallas, she loves chicken noodle soup but, as she put it, 'without all the vegetables and big herbs and stuff in there.' I love her. A great reminder that though I may be creating some remarkable gourmet jar meals that span international cuisine, there's also a need for some basic meals that every family in the good ol' United States of America will eat."

Now that you know the background of how it came about, enjoy this delicious recipe, chosen by you, our great Honeyville Fans!

Chef Tess' Dallas Style Chicken Noodle Soup in a Jar


Ingredients: (In a pint-size jar, combine the following)
1 1/2 cup broken linguine or fettuccine noodles
1 Tbsp. plus 1 tsp. chicken bouillon (no MSG and low sodium is best)
1 tsp. garlic granules or powder
1/4 tsp. dry thyme
1/8 tsp. turmeric (for color and flavor)

Directions:
Top the jar with one oxygen absorber and seal jar tightly. This meal is good on the shelf in a cool, dry place for up to 10 years.

Cooking Directions:
Remove oxygen absorber and discard. Combine contents of the jar with 5 cups boiling water. Simmer 12-15 minutes until noodles and chicken are tender. Serve hot.

We hope you enjoyed this first look at the all new Gourmet Food Storage Handbook. Keep your eyes peeled for the release date, coming soon!

8 comments:

Deborah Jennings said...

This sounds so yummy! Now to order the chicken! =)

Anonymous said...

This recipe looks really good. When will the book be on your web site for sale?

Cookin' Cousins said...

We're hoping to see the book hit our website by the first of the year. Keep your eyes peeled!

Yellowpaws said...

Super excited to get the book - do you know when it will be available!

Cookin' Cousins said...

We're excited too! It should be available on our store website by mid January!

Wendy in CNY said...

The cookbook is terrific! I've tried and enjoyed several recipes. I had a problem with the bean and rice fajita casserole: it took almost 2 hours for the rice to cook. What went wrong?

Kathlyn Srader said...

How many people will this recipe feed?

Cookin' Cousins said...

Hi Kathlyn,

Should serve 2-5 persons, depending on how large the serving is.