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This was another childhood staple: good ole chicken corn soup. Oh my! How I loved making those doughy balls with my grandmother and eating them before they were even in the soup! You can eliminate the doughy ‘rivels’ from the recipe (or substitute potatoes instead) and you’ll still end up with a delicious hearty soup.
Traditionally, the Pennsylvania Dutch chicken pot pie recipe is actually less of a pie and more of a soup or stew. This recipe is most like what our grandparents used to make.
It’s a little time-consuming to prepare since you have to boil off the chicken and make your own noodles. But in the end, it’s some serious comfort food. If you’re running short on time (or just feeling lazy) you can substitute cooked bow tie pasta for the homemade noodles, like my grandmother used to do.
A hearty soup that’s perfect for a cold winter day — or night. Top it off with some shredded cheddar, avocado, cilantro and spicy jalapeños (for a little more heat) and serve with some warm corn bread for a complete meal. Mmmm-mmm!
Another classic Pennsylvania Dutch standby, especially when local green beans are in season. You can use more or less beans or potatoes as desired. You can also substitute a leftover meaty ham bone for the meat or even a little bacon for a lighter version.