Rotisserie Chicken Noodle Soup

"With the increasing popularity of rotisserie chicken at the grocery store I thought I would try to use this fowl in soup. Easy chicken noodle soup originally made in 12 quart roaster oven. Can be easily made in smaller quantities."
photo by Jessica  J. photo by Jessica  J.
photo by Jessica J.
Ready In:
1hr 40mins
25 bowls




  • Skin and de-bone chicken(s), reserve skins and wings. Pull apart and/or cut up chicken into large pieces and place in pot with skin and wings.
  • Add Water, chopped onion, carrots, celery, Bay leaves and thyme. Bring to boil.
  • Add chicken base and bouillon.
  • Salt and pepper to taste.
  • Add noodles about 30 minutes before serving.
  • Remove chicken skins, wings and Bay leaves. If desired thicken with corn starch.
  • Serve with crackers, bread, etc.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Kathy N.
    Just wondering how long to cook the broth before adding the noodles? Also, I'm assuming the noodles should be uncooked when added?


  1. Mtexas
    Husband was feeling poorly after overseas trip so thought of proverbial chicken soup. Must have been "meant to be" that I had 3/4's of a Roti Chicken in fridge from day before.<br/>I saut?ed 1 Rounded tsp. Jar minced garlic in a little olive oil then proceeded with recipe.<br/>Used freshly ground 'peppercorn melange blend' that adds a nice flavor twist to ground pepper and Himalayan sea salt which has so many important trace nutrients for one's system.<br/>Changed recipe proportions to make 4 servings.<br/>it did the trick and he felt so much better the next morning.<br/>Very good and pulled
  2. david_vollmers
    It was a big hit for dinner. I made a smaller batch then the recipe since I didn't have 4 lbs of chicken.
  3. Sly847
    We ate some of the chicken so I made a partial recipe with the leftovers. This was easy and it tasted great.
  4. beth622s
    I have made this twice now and it is so easy. I only put in 4 oz of the chicken base and it tastes wonderful. Made it for my office for one of our "Souper Wednesdays" and didn't have a speck of leftover. Great soup!
  5. ppitch1
    Wonderful!!! Fed the whole crew! nothing left over - finished every last bit!!!


I love cooking for my family, and really like to cook while at work for my co-workers at the nuclear power plant. At work I use a roaster oven to do most of my cooking and am always looking for new recipes to try in the roaster.
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