This was my first time making chicken noodle soup and it turned out amazing!!! I also took Aaron's advice and added the evaporated milk to thicken it slightly. Delish! This will definitely be my go to chicken soup recipe.
This was wonderful. I also used the evaporated milk (made my own). I also made my own chicken broth. This was very good and everyone loved it.
I doubled the recipe and it still turned out great!! I also didn't peel the potato because it was cubed and I figured my kids needed as many nutrients as they could get. They LOVED it!!
I absolutely love this soup. Made it with just a couple of variations as suggested by other chef's. I used rotisserie chicken, 4 cloves of garlic and a can of evaporated milk. Shared with my elderly neighbors and mother-in-law who is fighting cancer. They all love it especially my new husband! I swear he married me for my cooking!. Thanks for the great recipe.
Holy COW this was tasty! Thank you so much for the recipe. Took Aaron Distler's advice and added a can of evaporated milk when the chicken and noodles went in, but otherwise stuck to the recipe exactly and it was DELICIOUS!
This was really good, I did change it up a tiny bit. After reading that it might be a little bland, I decided to add a small amount of cayenne pepper as well as some fresh cilantro and a dash of salt. The chicken I used was a rotisserie chicken which was really a good idea. I'll definitely make this again!
I wasn't feeling at the top of my game so made this. We both thought it was a little bland but a good basic recipe. Don't think I'll add the potato next time and will add more spices. Good basic recipe. Update: This made the best soup. I left out the potato, used three cups of homemade broth and the rest as written. Just enough for the two of us with a little left over for lunch.
This was a hit with my family! Thanks so much!
This was a lovely soup. The broth was rich, the flavors well balanced. I omitted the potato and thyme, and cooked 3 chopped chicken breasts with the veggies, per suggestions from previous reviews. I also used 64 oz broth and 7 oz. of fine egg noodles. (My family likes noodley soups.) I've tried to make chicken soup many times before and it always seemed to be missing something. I think the poultry seasoning made the diffrence. Thank you for the recipe.
This soup is delish! Hubby got sick out of the blue needed a quick soup and this was it! I used a rotisserie chicken from tops and the mini carrots cut in half! It taste like it been cooking all day! Thanks for posting!