Recipe by Swanson®
"Sometimes you just want a good, old-fashioned chicken noodle soup...no fancy ingredients...just great flavor. Give this version a try...all you need is 6 ingredients and 35 minutes to make a home-style soup that you'll really enjoy."
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Swanson® Chicken Broth or Swanson® Certified Organic Chicken Broth or Swanson® Natural Goodness® Chicken Broth
Generous dash ground black pepper
carrot, peeled and sliced
uncooked medium egg noodles
shredded cooked chicken or turkey
this recipe rocks!! I alredy my it 12 times this month!! I also added
It was Ok, Adding Bit Of Garlic, Onion, And Cayenne Pepper Helped. also I was shocked that there was no herbs in this soup.
Having a hubby on the couch with a cold, I looked this up. It was a good start. I like how I enhanced it: two chicken breasts, which I simmered in about 5 c. water for a half-hour. Removing them to dice them up, I added about 1 T of minced garlic, a few handfulls of angelhair pasta, a few large pinches of dried parsley, and a few large pinches of oregano. I added the recommended Mrs. Dash's, which gave it a lot more zip. I also grated some mini-carrots (about 8), and let them simmer with the broth for about 10 min., before I added the diced-up chicken. Salt and pepper to taste. It was really yummy, and became 5-star!
Quick soup. I did add some chopped onion and fresh minced garlic as well as a bay leaf, fresh ground pepper and chopped parsley. Good for using leftover chicken. I'd make this again when I need chicken noodle soup in a hurry.
I loved this recipe! My husband, myself and our daughter ate it all in one meal! I also used an extra 4cups of broth, as suggested. I added to it gralic powder, oregano and chopped onion. The amount of onion really depends on your own tastes. I used a whole chopped onion. Will definately use this recipe again and again!
This is such an awesome quick and easy soup. I added some onion an sauteed all of my veggies in a little butter to start, then added the broth an brought to a boil. I used leftover turkey for the meat, an bow tie pasta since that is what I had on hand, 1/2 cup did not seem like enough so I bumped to 1 cup. I seasoned with a little salt & lots of pepper also added some fresh flat leaf parsley since I had some. OH! I did add two 1/4 teaspoons of garlic powder since I didn't have any garlic cloves. 1/4 tsp of garlic powder is the equivalent to one garlic clove. Just thought I would throw that little tip out there. This soup is a must try. I will be making this again and next time I think I will even add in some frozen green peas.
Taken as soon as it was finished cooking. Turned out fan-tastic. I added 2-cups of Peaches & Cream corn and some fresh chopped garlic. In addition to the garlix and corn, I also added an extra 4-cups of Chicken Broth to ensure "soup" consistency. Used large egg noodles and felt that if I hadn't added the extra 4-cups, would have been more of a chicken noodle stew. Will definitely make this again. Is already a hit with the family.
good soup! I used one big ckn breast and boiled it, and shredded it. Added salt to the water, and garlic powder to the broth. Great, quick, and easy!!!
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