Contributed by: NAPSA
Not Your Grandma's Chicken Soup (NewsUSA) - As the winter season blows in, so, too, does the ominous cold and flu season. And with 25 to 50 million cases of the flu and 1 billion colds expected this year, it's good to have a few remedies up your sleeve.
The Salada Tea Company is serving up a new twist to the age-old chicken soup-combining the healing power of tea and chicken soup-a must-have in your recipe repertoire this season. This homemade relief, a tastier alternative to cough syrup, utilizes the health benefits of white tea, which has been found to bolster the immune system with its numerous antioxidants.
Cut chicken into small bite-sized cubes. Boil in a medium pan until cooked thoroughly. Pour out water, remove from heat and allow to cool.
In a large stockpot, combine broth, brewed white tea, carrots, celery, string beans, corn, undrained diced tomatoes, green pepper and spices. Let cook on simmer to medium heat for two to three hours or until vegetables are tender. Prior to serving, approximately a half hour, add chicken and pasta, cover and allow to cook for 25 minutes.
For more recipe ideas or information, visit the tea resource Web site at www.greentea.com.
Serving Size: Makes 8-10 Servings
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