A good soup for a COLD day!! Thanks!
Great soup and very easy to make. We took the tips from others and added a can of evaporated milk (i used fat free), also had some frozen peas we tossed in. I froze the leftovers for another day.
delicious soup. omitted potato but all else same. keep additional broth on hand as noodles really soak it up...but makes the flavor excellent.
My husband is learning to cook, after years of wanting him to! He made this last night for dinner. Very easy to put together with yummy results. The only thing he changed is he used two potatoes. A must try!
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!