Clean Out The Fridge Soup
You can either brown some hamburger to start or what I do most often is boil up some chicken (I use thighs) in water with bouillon cubes and seasoning to taste. When the chicken is done I take it out to cool and debone. Then I throw in a can of cream of chicken soup (or cream of mushroom soup with beef). When that is heated up, I literally take all the leftover veggies in my fridge and put them in the pot. I live alone, so I always have leftovers. You can also add potatoes, noodles, canned tomatoes, etc. I take the boneless chicken and add it. All you have to do then is heat it through.
The wonderful things about this, it gets rid of leftovers and the flavor is always different depending what you put in it.
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