Chicken Soup Recipe by Freed Fit
Ingriedients (Serves 6)
- 1 whole garlic
- 1 cup onion, chopped in ¼ in pieces
- 2 cups celery, chopped in ¼ in pieces
- 2 cups carrots, chopped in ¼ in pieces
- ¼ cup apple cider vinegar
- 1 cup white button mushrooms, sliced
- 2 boxes of chicken stock
- 3 chicken breasts
- 2 bay leaves
- salt & pepper and garlic powder – to taste
DIRECTIONS FOR INSTANT POT
- Coat bottom of the pot, layer remaining ingredients, and set to soup setting.
- Once finished, shred chicken, add in garlic cloves (squeeze out of shell), and set to warm.
Directions for Stove Top
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Rinse garlic and cut ends off. Place on aluminum foil, cover with cooking spray and wrap.
Place in the oven for 20 minutes or until soft.
- Coat a large pot with cooking spray, add onion and sauté on high until translucent.
- Then add celery, carrots, and apple cider vinegar and stir periodically for 5 minutes.
- Add mushrooms and stir until slightly browned (add additional cooking spray if necessary).
- Turn heat down to medium, pour in chicken stock, and drop full chicken breasts in the pot.
- Once the broth comes to a boil, bring the heat down to low and pull the chicken out to shred.
- Turn burner off, fold in shredded chicken and garlic cloves (squeeze out of shell), and cover until ready to serve.
Founder Julie W. Freed has been in the events industry since 2004, working with leading events companies, including Rafanelli Events, where she was the Event Director, producing some of the largest and most complex events for the firm’s top clientele. Infused with passion and purpose, she launched Freed Events to provide clients with a highly personalized experience that embraces distinct collaboration with the industry’s top talent.
Julie is known for her efficiency, authentic nature, love for logistics, and, most importantly, building long-term, trusting relationships with her clients and event partners. She lives in downtown Boston – with her husband, founder of Freed Law, and their two young children – and are actively engaged in their community.