This Italian take on chicken noodle soup is hearty, earthy, and delicious. Chock full of farro and beans, it feels more stew-like and less brothy.
If you made the chicken broth yourself, use the cooked meat from that bird; otherwise you can use the meat from a store-bought rotisserie chicken.
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This is delicious, easy and healthy! I undercooked the farro a bit so that it would not be mushy in the soup. A great change up from my regular chicken soup.
I'm not into beans but this one is not bad at all. I love it! Will definitely add this to my list. Most on the list I've found at chickenbrothrecipes.com.
Fabulous! and healthy! I used rotisserie chicken and Whole Foods did not have escarole so I substituted Frisee (their recommendation) and it was delicious! Great flavor. I had never cooked Farro before and it definitely took near to an hour but is a great healthy addition to the soup. FC does it again!
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