Perhaps you haven't noticed but the theme this week (unplanned) seems to be lazy cooking.
It's not my fault. I'm busy.
For example, I started doing laundry today and realized I hadn't done so since before Christmas. Whoops.
Then I realized I had to make more fabric softener.
Add that to 2 kids, pre-school drop off, legos and playdough, and all of a sudden it's 5pm and you have no dinner plan!
So I went to the fridge where I found leftovers from my crockpot chicken. I had a bunch of chicken, some carrots, and some potatoes. I also made a bunch of stock - so chicken soup it was!
Leftover Chicken Soup
2 Cups of Cooked Organic Chicken
1 Cup of Cooked Organic Carrots
1 Cup of Cooked Organic Red Potatoes
2 Cups of Chicken Stock
3 Cups of Water
1 Cup of Chopped up Organic Grape Tomatoes
1 Cup of Organic Frozen Peas
1/4 Cup of Organic Bulgar Wheat
1/4 Cup of Organic Quinoa
Bring stock and water to a boil and add in bulgar wheat and quinoa. Cook according to package instructions (about 10 minutes). Add everything else. Because its mostly cooked - really everything just has to heat through. I like to top with grated pecorino romano cheese. My family likes when I serve it with popovers with strawberry butter :)