Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Comforting Chicken & Noodles Crock Pot


    Ingredient

    2 cancream of chicken soup
    2 canchicken broth (15oz each)
    1 stickbutter or margerine
    1 lbchicken breasts (fresh or frozen)
    1 packagesfrozen egg noodles (24 oz) I used Reames.

    Instructions


    In crockpot put chicken on bottom. Pour the chicken broth and soup on top. Then top that with the stick of butter. Put the crockpot on low for 6-7 hours.
    Take the chicken out and shred. Put back in crockpot.
    Add the frozen noodles and cook for 2 more hours. (I stir every 30 minutes until done.)



51 comments:

  1. Sounds wonderful I can't wait to try it!

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  2. Sounds wonderful I can't wait to try it!

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  3. In Florida they have these egg noodles at Publix in the frozen section

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  4. You could cook the noodles on top of the stove and add them last minute to save time after the chicken has cooked on low for 7 hrs. Sounds very good.

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    1. Good idea!!! I like the dry noodles better.

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    2. I have used those noodles for years love them they are so cose to my grandmothers home made noodles.

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  5. Adapting to my having to be dairy free and wheat free. This sounds fantastic.

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  6. Sounds great. Except for the fat and calories.

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    1. Why are you even on this page, reading recipes? You should be on the Jenny Craig or Thigh Master site.

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    2. Sounds good,And easy. Will have to try it.

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    3. Sounds good,And easy. Will have to try it.

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    4. Sounds good,And easy. Will have to try it.

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    5. You can use low fat chicken soup, egg white noodles and reduce the butter. Add some garlic...yummy!

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  7. You can use low fat cream of chicken soup. It will cut out the fat an calories.

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  8. So do u cook this for a total of 9 hrs??

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  9. Looking forward to trying this, looks amazing!

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  10. Do you have to use an entire stick of butter?

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    1. Butter is HEALTHY real food!
      http://bodyecology.com/articles/benefits_of_real_butter.php

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    2. You don't have to use any butter! I make this all the time without a crock pot, I pre bake chicken breasts up and freeze them then make this by sauteing some veggies, carrots, celery, onion and then boiling the egg noodles in the chicken broth. Add the veggies and cream of chicken soup and it is so delicious. I never heard of adding butter, but you certainly could leave it out and use it on the biscuits on the side! Even if you made the chicken in the crock pot there will be enough "fat" in it.

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  11. QUIT!!! Do you have to use the whole stick of butter....???. You need to go to the thigh master site! The recipe calls for a stick of butter! I imagine you could change the butter amounts.....::, you could cook the noodles on top of the stove....or you can adjust this to your dairy or gluten free distant needs. BUT it won't be this recipe.... It may turn our similar to this recipe, but it will taste different, it WON'T be this recipe! Come on over, I have some crackers to go with your whine!

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    1. I agree with you, if you don't like this recipe just move on. I can't wait to try this, in the crockpot now. Thanks for the recipe!

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    2. Wow! What an angry group!

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  12. It sounds delicious and I am making it for supper only ting I am doing is cutting the recipe in half because I live alone and really don't want to have to eat it for a week. Don't know if it would freeze and taste the same after it thaws.

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  13. Great and easy for a rainy day! Trying it tonight. Thanks!

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  14. How is it suggested to cook on stove? I really want it and don't want to wait till tomorrow.

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    1. sure you could cook it on the stove!

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  15. How is it suggested to cook on stove? I really want it and don't want to wait till tomorrow.

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  16. Yes, you can do in on stove top. In large pan put the car. Of chicken soup, chicken broth and chicken with some water enough to boil chicken. When chicken is done, remove it and set aside. Add enough water to cook your noodles. (To make it more chicken flavor I add some orington farm chicken broth , it is a powder. Taste it till you get the flavor you want). Be sure it is at a boil, then add your noodles. Stir good so they don't clump. Cook till they are tender. While they are cooking shred up your chicken. When noodles are done, add your chicken. Cook just till your meat is hot again. Don't over cook or your noodles will get mushy.

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  17. Oh man I made this for supper and served with mashed potatoes, it ended up quite dry, I had shared the post the day before on FB and when I went back to check the receipt, it had not stuck to my wall just blank. So now that I found it again I forgot the butter... Oh well still good I just added to much pepper!

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  18. Making this now. Do you suggest any veggies, or spices inside?

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  19. sliced carrots, celery, and chopped onions would be great!

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  20. Looks SOOOOO yummy! Can't wait to try this, and get more recipes, as well! Thanks for sharing.

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  21. Made this today and let me tell ya my man is picky , he loved it

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  22. Sounds great! Will definitely make this! Thanks for the recipe!

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  23. dumplins! can anyone tell me how to make dumplings to go with this?

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  24. Tried this yesterday... Loved it

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  25. Do u put frozen or unfrozen chicken breast in bottom of slow cooker & if frozen does it take longer, learning how to cook & use slow cooker.

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  26. Made this and wasn't thrilled with it. It was a little bland. A friend of mine said she adds pepper and paprika for more flavor. When I reheated it, I also added carrots to it. Not sure if I'll ever make it again.

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  27. This is a crock pot recipe so you should be able to start it up in the morning and then leave for work and come home to a finished meal. When reading the directions, the author says that she stirs it every 30 minutes....for SEVEN TO NINE HOURS!!!!!! Sort of defeats the purpose of using a crock pot, right? It sounds good though, but so much easier to just prepare it on the stove top.

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    1. Stir ever 30 minutes only after noodles are added.

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  28. Simple and delicious, just the way I like!

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  29. When you add the cream of chicken soup do you mix it with water are just pour straight from the can no water..

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  30. Made this. Delicious! I used one can of cream of chicken and one can of cream of chicken and mushroom. Took a pic but there's no way to post it here.

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  31. Its a little humid here in Texas, but the rainy weather is calling for comfort food. Making this tomorrow! Can't wait to try it!

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