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Freeze chicken noodle soup?

Last post Sat, Jul 26 2008 12:50 AM by MarthaMFI. 3 replies.
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  • Fri, Jul 25 2008 9:59 AM

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    Freeze chicken noodle soup?

    I've made a big batch of chicken noodle soup - noodles are already in the soup.  I can't finish it, would it freeze ok?  Or will the noodles get really yucky after defrosting?

    Thanks in advance for your answers!

  • Fri, Jul 25 2008 10:23 AM In reply to

    Re: Freeze chicken noodle soup?

    I have frozen chicken noodle soup before - with the noodles in it. I actually make extra so that I can freeze some.  And it turns out just fine once you defrost it. 

    Shellia

    When your outgo exceeds your income, your upkeep is your downfall. - Unknown
  • Fri, Jul 25 2008 4:00 PM In reply to

    Re: Freeze chicken noodle soup?

    Yea it comes out great frozen.  I make mine to freeze.

  • Sat, Jul 26 2008 12:50 AM In reply to

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    Re: Freeze chicken noodle soup?

    I freeze mine and it works well.  Just watch how many noodles are in soup.  they absorb the broth and get bigger.  We like lots of noodles.

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