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Moxie’s Chicken and Vegetable Soup with St. Florian’s 48/96

St. Florian’s Brewery has been a longtime favorite of mine since they opened just a few years ago. They are an awesome family and are striving to help firefighters and those in need. They’re constantly donating to local charities and they just care. I like to recommend local businesses but also those who support the community. St. Florian’s makes great craft beer and deserve a try if you have not been there yet!

Moxie’s Chicken and Vegetable Soup

with St. Florian’s 48/96

 

You’ll Need:

4 medium sized chicken breast, cleaned of fat, and cut into thirds

4-5 carrots, peeled and chopped in rounds

7 stalks of celery, sliced thick

2 turnips, peeled and chopped into 2cm cubes

10-15 cremini mushrooms cut in halves then sliced

½ red onion, chopped

6 zucchini, cut in half then sliced thick

2 quarts vegetable stock {homemade if possible}

Olive oil for cooking

2 cups St. Florian’s sessionable 48/96 ale

 

Method:

In a medium sized stock pot, over high heat, lightly coat with olive oil, and add in the chicken. Sear on each side about 2 minutes, just to to caramelize for flavor and to seal in the juices. Add the St. Florian’s 48/96 to the pot along with the onion, carrots, celery, mushrooms, and turnips. Cover and let simmer for about 20 minutes. Remove the chicken and set aside while deglazing the pan with broth as needed. Place the chicken back in the pot and add in enough broth to cover the ingredients. Bring to a boil, add salt and pepper to taste, and half of the sliced zucchini, then reduce heat to low and cover, let cook on low for an hour {until the chicken falls apart}. Add in the rest of the zucchini {so that some is bright green and slightly al dente when served}, stir and continue to let cook until all of the chicken is shredded.

Serves 8, or makes enough to freeze for lunches and dinner for the week.

Cheers!

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