Along with the start of a new year comes long, cold, tiring days and withdrawal symptoms from holiday excess. We can all use a little refresh when it’s time to step back into reality, and this soup is all I ever want to eat on a winter’s day or night.
The ginger and turmeric add a nice spicy kick to it, keeping up the energy levels and helping the immune system ward off anything that might be going around. The lemon takes classic chicken soup to another level with a burst of freshness. And perhaps the best part of this soup is that it’s made with a remaining chicken carcass, so you can take bones from a chicken you have cooked and upcycle them into an entirely new dish. You can also roast a whole chicken and remove meat to add back into the soup later or make into chicken salad. Please note that roasting time will be longer for raw chicken.
Make a big batch of this stuff for yourself, family and friends to keep you all going through the week.
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