Thought this was pretty good. I cooked it in the crock pot and cut the recipe in half. Since there weren't any herbs I decided to throw in a bay leaf or two and some other herbs that are common in chicken noodle soup
I made this for my kids and it was a big hit. My 4 year old likes broth, and of course this doesn't make much, but she didn't rally complain all that much. Our 1 year old enjoyed it, too. I ended up using Amish Farmer noodles, which were great. I think I may try adding up to a cup of half and half next time to make it even yummier. Thanks for posting!
I liked this recipe so much, I had to become a member just to rate it. I cut the raw chicken in cubes and browned it in the pan first with some of the butter and the onions, then added the other ingredients and cooked as directed. After cooking, I removed from heat and added about 3/4 cup of cream. I was tempted to use less water because I like a thick broth, but found the noodles needed the extra water to soften properlyl.
Really good flavor; I used the water I cooked the chicken in, added 1 can chicken broth and chicken bouillon as per recipe. Loved the crock pot idea as posted by Sarah and Little Ones, but failed to note she added noodles 45 min before serving...I added mine in AM before I headed out to work...DON'T DO THIS!!! Noodles get toooo soggy! Next time I will do the crock pot, but add noodles when I get home. 45min to 1hr is just about how much time I need to unwind and get organized to eat anyway.
This has become a fave in our house! My little ones ask for it often. The only difference is that I cook mine in my crock pot. I use chicken that I have poatched and tken off the bone and add it to everything else then bout 45 mins to an hour before dinner I drop in the noodles ( I use a bg and half) and we are ready for a hot and yummy dinner served with a tossed salad and dinner rolls. Can't wait to have this again soon!
I can't believe i forgot to rate this months ago! I was pregnant and having major cravings and here was my favorite chicken & noodles! Thanks so much for posting i enjoyed it then (so did my little girl) and i'm sure will enjoy it again tonight since i HAVE to!
A great way to use up leftover chicken or turkey! I made this last night with the remains of our Thanksgiving bird. Used about 6 1/2 cups of water total, and per some other reviews made a roux of butter (only 1/4 cup) and Wondra flour before adding the poultry, veggies and seasonings. I did add about 1 1/2 tsp of onion powder since I had no onions on hand and about 1/2 tsp of ground sage. My soup base was a refrigerated variety. After a half hour of simmering I put in the noodles and probably cooked another 20 minutes, rather than 10, to get a noodle consistency we liked. With this amount of water, and the roux, plus another shake of Wondra flour part way through, this thickened nicely. Note that I didn't add any salt since the soup base was salty and I used salted butter. We've got some yummy leftovers to enjoy now. Made this for Stacky's memorial cook-a-thon. Rest in peace angel kitten!
Very good and easy to make, my wife ask me when I'm going to make your Chicken Noodle soup. LOL
This had a great comfort food flavor. I found the recipe to be a bit too watery, so the 2nd time I made it I reduced the recipe to 8 cups of water. I also melted the butter in the bottom of the pan and added 4T of flour to create a rue. I added the other ingredients after the thin paste formed. I also found I needed to cook the noodles 20-30 minutes instead of 10 minutes as the recipe calls. Family favorite, I make this again and again.