Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Stir up egg noodles, chicken, Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup, and Parmesan cheese for this creamy and satisfying stove-top casserole."
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1 (10.75 ounce) can
Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Chicken and Mushroom Soup
ground black pepper
grated Parmesan cheese
cubed cooked chicken or turkey
cooked medium egg noodles
Chopped fresh parsley for garnish
I enjoyed this meal! I did make a few additions: sauteed chopped onions in garlic. When onions were soft, added frozen peas, mushrooms and chicken chunks and sauteed in mixture of thyme, parsley, red crushed peppers, salt & pepper. Then I added cream of chicken (low salt) with 1/2 can milk & 1/2 can water. Let boil on low heat. I then added grated parmesan cheese (enough to thicken sauce as your liking). Meanwhile, cooked pasta separately and added to mixture after pasta was al dente. Continued to cook on low heat for additional 10 minutes. Yum!
PROS: It is a great meal to make if you need to feed someone in a major hurry. Very simple and quick and the pasta will fill an empty stomach.
CONS: Absolutely flavorless and boring. Don't expect rave reviews from your family unless maybe they're toddlers.
FIXES: I followed this same recipe adding Campbells Cream of Chicken soup instead of the Cream of Mushroom. By far more flavor and it smells great in the oven. I added a cup of frozen sweetpeas and a cup of frozen carrots to the mix for color and I would suggest even frozen green beans as well. You could use frozen broccoli florets too. All of this ads taste, color and nutrition. I added a little johnnys seasoning salt for taste which also gives a great golden color to many recipes. Johnnys is the best! some buttered bread crumbs on the top of the casserole baked to a golden brown during the last 10 min. of the cooking time and the recipe is now a HIT!
I don't know what I did to this recipe, but it was the best chicken and noodles I've ever had! I used Valley fresh white chicken in the pouch and Amish extra thick noodles. I added one stalk of sliced celery and one carrot shredded with my Thai shredder. Also about a quarter of a cup of frozen chopped onion into the mix as well as a goodly dusting of poultry seasoning probably about 1/8th of a teaspoon up to a 1/4 I'd guess. other then that I think I followed the recipe. I also may have cut down the milk and just used enough to make the soup creamy and mix well. used parmesean and the kraft four cheese Mexican on top cause that's what I had. Man was this good! I shared my lunch at work and my friend who comes from Amish country said this was the best chicken and noodles she ever tasted. It's a keeper and sooooooo easy! It was about 40 minutes start to finish for me. YUM!
At first I was hesitant to make this dish. But then I added some of my own seasonings to the chicken and it came out really good I also topped it with mozzarella/cheddar mix and it came out really good. I would highly reccomend this it is one of my boyfriend's favorited dishes.
I was so disappointed by this dish. The picture looked so good, and the ingredients seemed like they would make something good... but it was terrible. So very bland, no flavor at all.... I think that it could be improved with some kind of spices, but the recipe as is was terrible. I also think it needs to cook longer, as the veggies were still crunchy. I may try this another time with some spices, and I also would add some bread crumbs on top to give it some crispiness. If anyone experiments with some spices and it turns out well, please write a review with what you added so I can try it out. Thanks!
Very quick and easy to make and I threw in some peas for some veggies. Don't expect it to taste gourmet or anything. It is what it is.
Talk about a recipe gone wild! This is the first recipe I ever altered on here. I read all the other reviews and here is what I did: added poultry seasoning, parsley, chopped onion, garlic powder, onion powder, butter, frozen green beans and frozen corn. By the time all the other extras were added, I added another can of cr. of chicken soup and chicken. Needless to say the family ate it up! Now I know what a "good base recipe" means. Keep playing with this recipe, it definitely has potential!
It was ok. I add some garlic, cheddar cheese, and frozen peas to make it taste better. My family was not crazy about it but ate it for something different. Basically I believe this is recipe needs a little something to add to the taste.
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