Excellent soup! I used it for the last of the T-day turkey. No fines herbes - used some of the herb mix for dipping oil. It did need some additional chicken boullion.
I cannot believe I forgot to rate this! I have made it at least three times now. A favorite in our house! Very easy, very wonderful. Super for cold winter nights here in the north. I use no sodium chicken base and the low-low sodium cream of chicken for my salt-free DD. Making again today, which is how I figured out I hadn't rated yet! Make this today, you won't regret it. Thanks for a great one. :]
AWESOME!! Like some of the others, I didn't have time to make this in the crockpot; so I zapped some chicken breasts and shredded them. Then I sauteed the veggies (minus the peas) in a little bit of olive oil. When they were soft, I added the broth and brought it to a boil. When the broth was boiling, I added uncooked noodles and let them cook until soft. At this point, I added everything else, and just heated it through. Delicious! Even my daughter who declares she doesn't like soup ate a very large bowl of it!
This soup was really easy and good. I used onion flakes and celery salt. I also tossed in some cauliflower. I put the chicken and noodles in uncooked and it was still good. Thanks for a good chicken soup recipe.
This was very good! The only thing I did different was I didn't add the tatars! Very yummy thanks
We LOVED this recipe!!! Yum Yum. I will be making this a lot next winter. Soooo easy and I love easy!
I don't understand all the high ratings for this recipe. I was so excited to try this so I made this yesterday and followed the recipe exactly. No one in my family liked it but tried to choke down a bit of it. Luckily I halfed the recipe so I didn't have to throw out too much of it. Sorry :(
This was good and I can tell you that it's foolproof! This fool had it on high all day instead of low and it was still good - LOL! I think I would cut back on the mushroom soup next time, but it may have been a bit condensed because of the improper setting. Also, I couldn't find fines herbes so I used herbes de provence because it sounded French too! :) Made for Went to the Market. Thanks!
This is a very good recipe. I omitted the peas as my family is not fond of them. I have made this twice and both times were great. Once in the slow cooker for several hours and the other on the stove for an hour total. When cooking on the stove I sautÃ©ed the veggies in butter to soften them. I use Amish egg noodles since we like thicker noodles. I also looked up the original recipe from Semi-Homemade and the only difference I could find was the peas. We will add this to our cool evenings rotation. Something the whole family loves & easy to make.
Wonderful! have made it twice in a matter of two weeks now. I did change it a tad and used cream of chicken soup instead which I prefer for taste and a bit more spices ( garlic, and some onion powder) but this is a GREAT reciepe!!