15 Reviews

This is delicious! I had the same issue others mentioned with the broth cooking down by the time the noodles were the right texture, but I still loved it. I used pre-cooked boneless chicken breasts from Trader Joe's, but I'd like to try it next time with those on the bone to see if it adds flavor. I used brown rice noodles due to the fact I am gluten-free, but I made it for a friend who was sick, and he loved it. The best part was freezing the leftovers so I would be able to have some homemade soup ready for me to eat next time I am sick.

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Mrs. Atkins April 25, 2016

This turned out good..all of my broth/water mix cooked off during the simmer phase, so I will likely go purchase more broth to add in (b/c it's one of my favorite parts of eating chicken noodle soup). Like one of the other comments below, I also used boneless chicken breasts, which I first baked and then chopped up to include into the pot.

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momo911 September 19, 2011

Made it for my honey who is not feeling well. He loved it. The kids loved it as well. Will make again. Super easy.

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mrsjinkinsrocks October 30, 2010

Simply delicious! I was able to skip a step as I only had boneless chicken breasts on hand. I also used homemade chicken broth and substituted Parmesan-Reggiano since it was all I had available. Quick to make and really satisfying. My ultra-picky 9yo couldn't get enough. Thanks for a family pleasing recipe that I can get on the table in no time.

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Great!full August 24, 2010

Great recipe and so very easy! The only changes I made was to use chicken thighs instead of breasts and cooked the noodles separately! A definite keeper! Next time I'll try adding the creamed corn that another reviewer mentioned.

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Skooch November 11, 2009

Delicious! It was pretty great; I went to a confrence in DC and went to a great Vietnamese restaurant called Pho, and ordered chicken noodle soup similar to this. The noodles were pretty tough to spoon in, so there weren't many. But it was still really great, and thanks for sharing.

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animal_luver March 11, 2009

I have made this soup before but today I did it with left-over turkey rather than chicken breasts. It is great this way also.

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Chef Maria #2 November 25, 2007

Wonderful! A soup that the whole family can enjoy! I used the "No Yolks" egg noodles with great success. I was scared of making chicken noodle soup... but I'm not now! :) Your instructions were awesome and took the fear out of this for me. This is also a great way to stretch two chicken breast to feed four people. Thanks SO much for this!!

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Saturn November 16, 2007

I love chicken noodle soup in the fall and this recipe really delivered on flavor! My only change will be to next time use the thicker frozen egg noodles. I like to freeze half of the soup for later and by the time this cooled off, the noodles turned mushy. It could just be the noodles I used and not the fault of the recipe. Otherwise fantastic, especially over mashed potatoes.

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midwestgrl November 13, 2007
Chicken Noodle Soup