Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Cuisinart Cook & Pour Saucepan . . . I'm Giving One Away . . . and Let's Make Soup!

The days are getting shorter . . . and cooler . . . it is the perfect time for soup! I enjoy a nice bowl of soup, particularly in the fall and winter, and homemade soup is not only delicious . . . it is really quite easy to make! But, before I share my recipe for homemade chicken noodle soup, let's talk about a saucepan you could make your soup in! 

Cuisinart sent me one of their 2 quart cook and pour saucepans for review and i love it! I love the clear lid . . . the two sizes of strainer holes in the lid are wonderful for straining pasta, too . . . and I'm very happy with the non-stick interior. . . it makes clean-up so much easier! This sturdy pot is the one which will easily become your "go-to pot" for everyday cooking!

Cusinart not only sent me one for review, but they are also making another available for me to give away! If you have "liked" grandma's cookie jar using the tab in the "find us on facebook" box ON THE BLOG, then you are entered in my drawing which will be on November 2nd. If you have not "liked" this blog yet, please take a moment to do so and you will be entered in the drawing!

So, whether you use this pot or not, consider trying this simple, yet tasty, homemade chicken noodle soup.

Ingredients -
  • five cups broth - or water with five teaspoons of chicken base
  • four chicken tenderloins - cut into small pieces . . . if I do not have leftovers from another meal, I like to fix lemon pepper chicken and then cut it up for the soup
  • 1/2 sweet onion - diced
  • 3 carrots - cut into slices
  • pepper to taste
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • noodles
Combine all ingredients, except the noodles, into your pot and bring to a boil. Cook for 30 minutes adding noodles and cooking according to the directions on your package of noodles. Serve with crackers or bread and enjoy!

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