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Unread 02-13-2012, 02:00 PM   #1
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Default Something different - smoked chicken soup

Marinated 4 thighs in Ray Lampe's homemade Italian dressing for a few hours, then smoked them on the kettle for just less than an hour over Stubb's & one cherry wood chunk for flavor. Then, I pulled the skin and put them into some chicken broth to simmer until they were falling apart tender. Sauteed some onions, bell peppers & celery, and cooked some rotini noodles, because that's what my daughter wanted in her soup. Since she was helping, I couldn't say no to that.

Also made some bruschetta to go with it. Pan toasted the bread in a little butter, then spread on the tomato mixture. Grape tomatoes are OK for cold weather, but I can't wait to get some fresh tomatoes from our backyard.

Chicken, cooling a little after smoking indirect on the kettle.



Picked up a baguette for the bruschetta. Thought about toasting on the grill, but by the time that thought came around, the grill was already cooled off and I really didn't want to fight the wind anymore. Pantoasted with a little butter, which toasted the bread just right.



Plated goodness. Our daughter & I worked together on this meal, so she gets credit for being a great helper.



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Sounds really good! I did this once for chicken salad so I can imagine how good it must be in soup.
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Mmmmm That looks so good! Kudos to you and your daughter! Nice team work.
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Outstanding!

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I did some smoked chicken noodle soup a while back that was really good... made it completely from scratch with homemade chicken stock and a smoked chicken...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQ22Bx4Ucx0
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I like to use smoked chicken stock in my jambalaya.
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Looks great. Love those smoked poultry soups. Had smoked turkey soup tonight. My family's fav soup
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Looks outstanding
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