1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breast 0.5 cup diced onion 1 cup diced celery 1 cup diced carrot 2 cans chicken broth 6 oz. No Yolk Noodles 4 cup water 0.25 tsp. salt o.5 tsp. pepper
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Boil the chicken in the water with the salt, pepper, onion, celery, and carrot. When the chicken is cooked, remove and cut into bite size pieces. Add the noodles, broth, and chicken to the pot and cook until the noodles and vegetables are tender. Enjoy! Makes 6-8 servings.
Good, easy recipe. Be warned, I used 32 oz of low sodium broth instead of the recommended 24 oz and it tasted REALLY bland and watered down even by my standards which is really saying a lot. So I added 1 boullion cube and some dried oregano, basil and all spice. It turned out great after that.
This soup was great. I made it for my sick kids, and my husband ended up loving it (he usually only eats Campbells Chicken Noodle soup, nothing with any vegetables or homemade). I will definitely make it again!
I've made a similar recipe before, and love how this tastes. I like to saute my vegetables in a little olive oil before I add cooked chicken and broth. It's also easy to make with pre-cooked rotisserie chicken, or pre-cooked diced chicken.
Yum!! I actually did this recipe in my Ninja Cooker on the slow cooker setting for 4 hours for the veggies & then in the last 25 minutes I added the cooked chicken pieces & No_Yolk Egg Noodles...it was perfect!!
loved this super easy recipe i made it using a whole chicken and 100% whole wheat egg noodles which were even more nutritional than the no yolk noodles from what i saw added a little more seasoning also. Loved it
I added a bit more pepper, used the whole bag of noodles and a bit more chicken just because thats what was in the package. This was awesome! I will surely be making it again! Even my picky son ate every bit and wanted more!