Quickie Chicken and Noodles

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 1 hrs 10 mins
  • Servings: 6
  • About This Recipe

    “Super easy comfort food that can be made while you’re busy doing other things in the evenings. There is hardly any prep time making it a great recipe for weeknights after work. This is my daughter’s favorite meal, she likes it served with green beans and hot rolls.”

    Ingredients

  • 4boneless chicken breasts
  • 2tablespoonsbutter
  • 1teaspoonpoultry seasoning
  • 1/2 teaspoonsalt
  • 1/2 teaspoonpepper
  • 4 (14ounce) cans chicken broth
  • 2packagesfrozen egg noodles
  • 1cancream of chicken soup
  • 1cupdiced fresh carrot
  • Directions

  • Cut chicken into bite sized pieces, sprinkle with poultry seasoning, salt and pepper, and saute in one tablespoon of the butter.
  • When chicken is no longer pink and is starting to turn golden brown, add chicken broth and carrots.
  • Simmer on medium heat approximately 10 minutes.
  • Stir in egg noodles and simmer approximately 25-30 minutes until noodles are tender.
  • Add cream of chicken soup and the remaining tablespoon of butter, simmer for 5-10 more minutes and serve.
  • Reviews

  • “This is a very easy and SO delicious supper. I added some garlic when I sauted the chicken, and put in 1 cup frozen peas for the last 10 minutes of cooking. This is true comfort food! All I added for supper was a green salad and buttery farm biscuits. Very good, Thanks Denise, this will be a regular”

  • “Great recipe.I also added a little extra spice and some diced onions and broccoli.I couldn’t find frozen egg noodles either, so made my own.Loved the recipe.”

  • “Denise,had this last night.The wife,grandkids and I found it was very good.Store did not have egg noodles,so i to used Rotini as well. Great!! and in the cookbook for a later date.(:o) Ty.”

  • “I took liberties with the recipe and ended up posting my own but what a great recipe to work with!There are so many variations you can do.I like the suggestion of adding broccoli..I think I will add peas next time.Thanks Denise”

  • “Great!!!!Everyone liked this alot.I didn’t have any frozen noodles so I used cooked rotini instead and I also left out a can of broth.It was creamy and flavorful!I think next time I will add some steamed broccoli!This is a wonderful EASY meal,thanks for sharing it.”

  • “Everyone loved this! Went great with mashed potatos and rolls! Will be making this again. Thanks for posting.rn”

  • “This is a great basic recipe that will lend itself well to various additions of ingredients. I made it as written and found it to be very flavorful and delicious. I love the flavor of the poultry seasoning. I think next time, I will add chopped garlic like Inez suggested and see what else strikes my fancy. Thanks Denise.”

  • “This was easy and quick to make and yummy to eat! I used dry noodles instead of frozen. I cooked the noodles separately because I didn’t have 4 cans of broth. I added the noodles at the end with the mushroom soup and simmered for a few minutes. My whole family loved it. Thanks Denise!”

  • “This was great. I added garlic to the chicken as well, and peas. I served it over garlic mashed potatoes with lemon and oil green beans. It is definatly a keeper.”

  • “Really good, super quick comfort meal. I added chopped onion, garlic and celery and used dry egg noodles. Next time, I’ll be sure and use low sodium broth and leave the salt out. Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe.”

  • “So easy. Could not remember the recipe bu this is what I did and the family loved it. I had 2 chicken breasts, cooked in olive oil, then added the broth (1 can plus a little more of another can),package of mixed veggies and about 2 cups noodles. Let it simmer. Then added the cream of chicken soup. Big hit in the family. Will make it again. And of course I added seasoning to the mix as well. Thanks for an outstanding recipe! :)”

  • “This was easy to throw together and very, very filling. I used left-over chicken from recipe #199636, so it was even easier than directed. I added some minced onion, peas and corn to the mix, too. It was a little soupier than I was expecting… would have preferred a thicker, creamier gravy. But other than that, it was great!”

  • “Yum! I made it like this, just used regular noodles, since that’s what I had on hand, added some other frozen veggies and a few more spices. Thanks!”

  • “I loved this!It was very easy to make but yet tasted like real down home comfort food!My kids 14, 12 & 2 all loved it!Great kid pleaser!Thanks for a terrific recipe!”

  • “This was easy and good! And the kids liked it!”

  • “I had made chicken stock and used the pulled meat and stock to make this for trick or treat night.I just added in the seasonings while boiling some dried Amish made egg noodles and adjusted the seasoning a bit to taste.It turned out great and all the guys went back for seconds.Thanks.”

  • “Very good!I added some leftover corn I had in the fridge and some frozen peas.I also made a batch of homemade noodles since I was out of the packaged ones.I was very pleased with how this turned out.”

  • “I really liked this recipe!Didn’t change a thing!Thank you for sharing!”

  • “Very good eating! I prepared it according to the original instructions, except adding garlic to the chicken like Inez recommended. Easy, and delicious!Thanks for posting the recipe, Denise!! -Monie Edited 5/09: Still loving this five years later, however, I’m now using ‘No Yolk’ dumpling noodles.”

  • “I made this recipe for the first time tonight.I will be making it again.Although I didn’t use the butter to saute the chicken, or the sage and thyme (I used a bit of olive oil and my own seasonings), the recipe turned out perfect and my husband loved it.Will definitely be making it again.Thanks!”

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