One of my favorite foods to have during the colder months is soup. And there's nothing better than knowing you have a whole pot of it. I make soup all the time, and I consider it to be my specialty.
The soup I made for this post was chicken and vegetable. These are the ingredients: chicken, cans of chicken broth or bullion cubes, egg noodles, and whatever vegetables you want. I used onion, carrots, potatoes, Lima beans, corn, peas, and green beans. In order to make the process faster I bought a already cooked chicken and then shredded it myself. I also bought a frozen bag of corn, peas, and green beans so that they were already cooked. If you use a bag of frozen vegetables, make sure to leave it out so it can thaw.
As you cook your vegetables, start making the broth. How much broth you use depends on your preference. I don't like much broth in my soup so we didn't make as much as you usually would. If you're using cans you just pour the broth right into a pot. If you are using bullion cubes, measure out how much water you'll need, let the water warm up, and then add the bullion cubes. Put your broth at a higher temperature so that it can start to simmer.
If the water in the other pot is starting to boil now, you can add your noodles.
When your soup is almost done, add whatever seasonings you want to it. I added just salt and pepper.