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This is practically effortless! By using this method, the noodles take on a deep, rich flavor from the chicken broth. I used extra wide egg noodles and the time cooking time was right on for me. You do have to remember to just give it a stir every 7 - 8 minutes or so. Thanx for a new easy side dish!
Nice noodle side. Very easy and tasty. Followed to a T but my noodles were not done at the end of the time period. There was still liquid at the bottom of the pan so I turned it back on and cooked for another 15 minutes. That did the trick. Thanks for a great easy and tasty recipe! Loved the way the noodles cook with the heat off and minimal effort or attention from the chef. That is a plus especially when you have guests! Thanks JiliBean!
I found this recipe on Pinterest, and oh my gosh, it is good! I really love how you can have this easy, tasty side dish with such little attention. I followed the directions exactly, except my wide egg noodles came in a bag of 16oz., so I added 1/2 cup of water (which I'm not sure it needed, but it all soaked up, so I think it was fine). The time was perfect for me as well. Thank you so much for posting this, I will use it again and again!
After reading all the great reviews I think I must have done something wrong. The noodles turned out horribly bland. I covered them in alfredo sauce to save the meal.
Oh my goodness are these good! YUM!!!!
This recipe is so yummy! I just about ate the whole pan by myself. Yes, a little salty due to the boullion cube, but maybe that could be remedied with low sodium broth & boullion. I added a little onion powder while it was cooking. These were terrific. Can't wait to make them again.
This is a very easy noodle recipe....takes virtually no time. I've cooked my noodles in broth before, just never with so little liquid and without keeping the heat up. This was an eye opener for me. This method intensified the flavor and the noodles still turned out tender. I just missed a little seasoning...they were a little bland. I'd add some parsley or maybe some chopped chives. Thanks for sharing!
I made half the recipe using 2 cups Crock Pot Chicken or Turkey Stock and 1 packet Wylers low sodium chicken broth powder to reduce the sodium but kept the luscious tasty sauce. Served as a side for Braised Pork Chops in Sour Cream Sauce. Thanks for this keeper JiliBean. Made for When It's Hot Tag Game.
The longer these sat the better they were. I followed the recipe exactly as written and we enjoyed them. I had about half a pan leftover so put them in a ziploc in the fridge, the next day they tasted even better. Easy different way to enjoy egg noodles.