By OahuPat Abrams on June 10, 2002
Photo by * Pamela *
Photo by * Pamela *
"When my son lived at home, I always had to make two pots because he and my husband fought over it."
Serving Size: 1 (243 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"My sons made this for the outside cooking part of the merit badge. It was the favorite meal of the day."
"Yummy and easy! It will be my go-to recipe for chicken noodle. I followed the recipe except I added 3 cloves of garlic, but I'm sure it is just as yummy without. I did change the noodles to a mixture of Ditalini (1 cup), stars and alphabet (1/4 cup of the starts and alphabet) since I have young children. They really loved the soup and enjoyed "playing" with the letters and numbers. Thank you for sharing!"
"This soup was so simple and so tasty!! I used low sodium chicken stock and added a few more veggies than the recipe called for. Delicious- thanks so much for posting!"
"I really liked this recipe but I ended up using pasta fusilli not egg noodles so it took a bit longer. I also used raw chicken not pre-cooked so 20 mins. was not enough time but I think it was a relatively quick/short cut to homemade chicken noodle soup. I would make it again!"
"I've been serving this soup at our annual holiday open house for a few years. There is never much left over. It's always a big hit."
"This recipe gets 5 stars from me for being super easy and versatile! I used what I had- chicken bouillon, two frozen chicken breasts, sliced baby carrots, onion powder, celery salt, dried dill weed and 3/4 c. rice instead of the noodles- and it turned put way better than I expected a 30 minute soup to. I'm keeping this recipe for future use."
"Totally delicious and totally easy. I added some dried herbs and loved every mouthful."
"Just realized I never rated this recipe. We LOVE this soup. We have made it several times. Thanks!"
"I had no idea a delicious soup could be made this quickly and easily. I am a bachelor, only slightly better than a novice in the kitchen, and I made this in under 30 minutes with no problems. I am definitely adding this to my recipe chest for future use."
"I was very pleased with this! My 2 year old DD and I are both sick, and I was in the mood for some soup. We just put it all in the pot and enjoyed when it was done. I really like the dill, reminds me of my oma. Also, I used gnocchi instead of egg noodles, and 3 small cans of chicken, because that's what I had on hand. Thank you so much! This is a keeper!"
"Yum-O!! I have twin 4 year olds and one of them is very picky and he LOVED it!!! My husband loved it too! GREAT recipe!! Thank you!"
"Yummy! My daughter wasn't feeling well and asked for chicken noodle soup. In a panic I searched and found this recipe and it's just perfect. Thank you for a quick, easy recipe."
"This was a super quick chicken noodle soup. I made it with dumplings instead of noodles this time and it was delicious!! I also added an 8 oz. can of corn and an 8 oz. can of peas and carrots otherwise I kept it the same. Thanks for posting!!"
"I made this the other day for my sick husband. He ate it all in 2 sittings and declared it 5 stars. I too omitted the dill and added Montreal Chicken seasoning, salt, pepper, and garlic powder."
"This was very good and very quick. I omitted the carrots and used a little poultry seasoning, salt and garlic powder instead of dill. I also sauted the onions and celery in olive oil before adding them to the rest of the ingredients."
"Very nice and very simple recipe. I used homemade broth and shredded chicken that was in the freezer. The recipe definitely needed salt, but that was about it. Low in fat and calories, too. Thanks Pat."
"This has to be the best chicken soup ever. It was so delicious. The only negative thing I can say about this is that it is even better the next day. Makes some awesome leftovers. I don't believe that I've had dill in chicken soup before. It adds a nice touch. Instead of using can chicken broth I made recipe #171834. I highly suggest using this stock if you have the time. Thanks OahuPat Abrams for posting."
"Very good easy soup! I added 1 clove of garlic, and then a can of Niblets corn, soup frozen peas, and took out the celery. We used half of the chicken of a leftover storebought rotisserie chicken. It was delicious and very chunky! You might need to add just a little chicken broth. Thanks for the recipe!"
"Very good soup, and quick and easy which is great. The ingredient list doesn't say whether or not the chicken should be pre-cooked but I assumed it should be or there would be scum to scoop off the top of the soup. I'll be sure to make this again as it's great to have a nice pot of soup ready in under an hour. Thanks Pat!"