Chloe’s Virus-Killing Soup

Chloe’s World-Famous Virus-Killing Soup


This is my world-famous recipe for virus-killing soup that has been shared almost 1,000 times on Facebook. If this soup helps you and your family, you’d like to do your part for human health please share it again so everyone can enjoy it.

I developed this recipe when we first moved to the Mountain and kept getting terribly sick.

All winter long first one and then the other of us was sick with every new virus we encountered. We took Airborne, Emergen-C, and finally, out of desperation, I invented this soup. And it was like a miracle!

Yes, the amount of garlic is crazy but necessary for the proper virus-killing effects. If it really does intimidate you then just adjust to your family’s tastes. You can leave out whatever you see that you detest but try to add in some other vegetable that provides those nutritional benefits. The cayenne pepper is important, too. The sicker we are, the more I add, and less if I’m making this for company.

This soup does take about an hour of prep work due to all the chopping, but it is so worth it. Because the last thing you want to do when you are sick is make soup, I make sure to make this in double batches so I have some I can save in the freezer for later if and whenever the flu of the century comes to get us.

We may not have herd immunity but, ladies and gentlemen, we have this soup.

And if this soup doesn’t cure your cold or flu, then I promise that you and yours will be protected from vampires!!


Chloe’s Virus-Killing Soup


Chicken Broth

One chicken
Appx 15-30 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
1 Tbs salt
3-4 Thyme sprigs
Cayenne pepper (to taste. I use about a tsp)
Fresh Rosemary sprigs
Fresh ground pepper

Place chicken and other ingredients n a soup pot (I use my pressure cooker) and cover with water or chicken broth (I really like those boxes of organic chicken broth). Cook on stove top until chicken starts to fall apart. Remove from heat. Strain out chicken and stuff and set aside until cool enough to chop. Reserve broth for next step.

Making the Soup

You can use any or all of the following vegetables, or add your own favorites. Here’s what I do:

1 large onion (coarsely chopped or sliced)
1 fennel bulb (sliced thin)
1 leek (sliced thin)
4-6 stalks of celery (coarse chopped)
large red pepper (coarse chopped)
1/2 lb. carrots (coarse chopped)
2 tbs olive oil
1/2 C good White Wine
salt and pepper

Place oil in bottom of large pot and heat. Add onion, fennel, celery, pepper and leek and sauté until onion is just transparent. Add wine and simmer for 3-4 minutes. Cover the vegetables with chicken broth (still reserving chicken off to the side)–add more broth from can or box if you don’t have enough broth from chicken and simmer veggies until just tender.

Then add:

Frozen green beans
Frozen peas
flat leaf parsley (chopped)
1-2 cans chopped tomatoes with juice

Allow to simmer for 30 minutes until flavors come together

Add chopped chicken, salt and pepper to taste.

No virus can withstand this soup.

You can also add cabbage with the end ingredients if you like (I do!), or any other veggies your family likes. Sometimes I’ll throw in whatever is in my veggie bin in addition to the above.

The next day add egg noodles and turn it into chicken noodle soup.