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Oriental noodles, by the way, are also known (I think) as chow mein noodles...at home they are dry, crunchy noodles and usually come in a can or bag in the Chinese section. But, if you can't find those, I have mixed dried egg noodles in with this recipe and it's worked well as a substitute.
Good and Easy! My husband ate a second portion! I used already cooked chicken (only cooked for 30 min to warm) and 1 can of soup (lowfat cream of celery). The sauce was thick enough- 2 cans would be too much for my taste. Next time I will leave the noodles out of the casserole mixture and just put them on top. They were too soggy inside for me. Thanks for a great recipe.
Disappointed, my husband and I thought it was quite bland. I only had reduced salt Soy Sauce so maybe that was the problem.
This is SOOOOOO good. Loved it. Meets my criteria for perfect recipe--uses ingredients I either have on hand typically or can easily get at the store, easy to make, quick to make, and really tasty results. This one will definitely get made again. Oh, I too used one can of soup--made plenty of sauce for me. Served it over rice. Added seasoning salt and a little garlic salt to my chicken. Thanks for a great recipe!
This recipe was very tasty. I threw the chicken into the casserole dish raw and added some onions, corn, and omitted the celery (forgot to buy it today!). I topped it with the sauce and baked it for an hour at 400 degrees. The sauce was a bit watery and I would probably use less of the pineapple juice next time. Overall it turned out great and we will definitely make this again. Thanks for a great recipe!
I also used only 1 can of soup. Can't imagine what 2 would've been like, 1 was plenty. I also served it over rice. Delicious and easy.
New & Improved Rating! This time I made it using only 1 can cream of mushroom soup. Wonderful! I found a new comfort food! Served it over rice and thoroughly enjoyed it! Thanks Freidel!