This is comfort nourishment, straightforward as can be. I’ve been battling a winter cold, and this paleo simmering pot chicken soup is just about the main thing I’ve cooked for the current week. With just a couple of fixings—chicken, carrots, celery, onion, and herbs—this soup is a warm, fulfilling feast.
Something I love about this basic soup is that it is so fast and simple to assemble. Simply add everything to the slow cooker and leave. The moderate cooker accomplishes all the work—it’s ideal when you don’t have the opportunity (or the vitality) to do whatever else.
Utilizing chicken thighs and chicken bosoms with the bone in give sustaining gelatin to the stock during the moderate cooking. You can see this when the extras thicken up in the cooler. That is the enchantment of this basic moderate cooker chicken soup.