Recipe: Sensational Chicken Noodle Soup

Recipe: Sensational Chicken Noodle Soup

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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 youll really enjoy.

Sensational Chicken Noodle Soup Ingredients

  • 4 cups Swanson Chicken Broth or Swanson Certified Organic Chicken Broth or Swanson Natural Goodness Chicken Broth

  • Generous dash ground black pepper

  • 1 medium carrot, peeled and sliced

  • 1 stalk celery, sliced

  • cup uncooked medium egg noodles

  • 1 cup shredded cooked chicken or turkey

How to Make Sensational Chicken Noodle Soup

  1. Heat the broth, 1 generous dash ground black pepper, carrot and celery in a 2-quart saucepan over medium-high heat to a boil.

  2. Stir the noodles and chicken in the saucepan. Reduce the heat to medium. Cook for 10 minutes or until the noodles are tender, stirring occasionally.

Sensational Chicken Noodle Soup Reviews

  • This recipe rocks I alredy my it 12 times this month I also added

  • 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. Dashs, 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. Id 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 didnt 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 hadnt 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

  • It was Ok, Adding Bit Of Garlic, Onion, And Cayenne Pepper Helped. also I was shocked that there was no herbs in this soup.

  • Yummy I cooked a whole chicken in the pressure cooker for about 20 minutes, and used that broth in the soup … wow, how great It was the first time Id ever made homemade chicken noodle soup, and I was totally amazed that it came out so well Yummy Thanks

  • I loved this recipe for its simplicity but I did alter it a bit. First I boiled three thin chicken breasts for 30 minutes. I sauteed the carrots and celery in a quarter cup of butter. I used two carrots and three celery hearts. I put the celery leaves aside, chopped them up for later. After I sauteed the veggies, I doubled the amount of broth and used two containers of Swanson broth. I threw the carrots and celery in a pot with the broth along with the chopped celery leaves, added a pinch of salt, a pinch of ground pepper, a quarter teaspoon of oregano and a couple sprinkles of garlic powder. Brought that to a boil, added 10 oz of egg noodles and cooked that for 10 minutes covered.While this was happening, I cut up the chicken that I had put aside into shredded cubes. Threw the chicken in at the very end and voila. I cannot put onions in my food which is a drag but my boyfriend loathes them so I deal lol. It came out delicious. My slider door was opening and the neighbors cat was going nuts for the smell trying to get in haha. I will definitely make it again but I may even triple the broth or add less noodles as it was a very hearty soup.

  • This was soo good and soo easy. I will definately be making it again for my family.

  • This was easy and tasted great My dad is a picky eater but loved this recipe. I even tried it with potatoes and I always put mrs. Dash seasoning in it


  • This recipe definitely needs to be doubled. I used the No Yolk brand dumpling noodles and they were so good Not as long as egg noodles and a little wider and tad denser. (I used 1/2 the bag) I added some chopped onion and used leftover chopped turkey. My son ate 2 bowls, and thats unusual for him. Cant wait to make with chicken.

  • Very tasty I added 3 cubed potatoes, and I used 3 bullion cubes to the water I boiled the chicken breasts in for my base. I added a sprinkle of dried parsley too & it needed a good dose of salt for some flavor. Wonderful recipe

  • It was a very easy recipe. Tasted Great. My Husband has a cold and he said it Hit the spot.. would make this again..

  • The recipe was wonderful I made enough for 12 servings to make sure we had leftovers. I used part chicken broth and part chicken stock. I boiled some dark and some white meat chicken and shredded it. Shredding gave it more of a home-style texture. Once the chicken was done boiling I added some shredded carrot, celery, parsley, and some salt and pepper. I boiled it then strained out the vegetables. This was also added to the liquid. The extra liquid was great because once the noodles went in, they sucked up a lot. With the vegetables I added a whole onion and some minced garlic. My boyfriend had a pretty bad cold so he added some habanero flakes to his bowl to kick up the heat and clear him up a bit. It was really good if you can handle spicy foods. I will definitely make this again.

  • Good base recipe…add more seasonings…

  • Excellent Easy to make and great to eat.

  • Very easy to make and delicious instead of boiling the chicken i just bought lemon pepper rotisserie chicken in the store and shredded the white meat off of it. my dog was very happy cause she got the rest of the meat from the chicken overall cheap and ridiculously easy recipe

  • This was the first chicken soup recipe I tried and my family loved it My 5 year old requested "fresh" not in the can, chicken noodle soup. I just doubled the recipe and added about a teaspoon of coarse lemon pepper and a dash of paprika and yumm….yummm

  • My boyfriend made this for me when I was sick and it was perfect The black pepper is great in this dish

  • My husband had a cold and felt lousy. I needed something fast and comforting. Thiswas perfect. Nothing fancy just a good base recipe to which you can add your ownspin. Leftover chicken broth and chopped chicken in my freezer–check, leftover peas in the freezer–check, love onions-chopped 1/2 onion and thinly sliced some baby carrots. No celery–used celery salt instead, perfect. Needed additional broth so I used instant chicken bouillon. Threw in extra noodles. Lunch in 25 minutes

  • I also added some onion, basil and oregano and it turned out fabulous Oh and added a few more noodle 1/2 cup didnt seem like enough

  • I thought it was ok, but the family didnt go for it at all. Its a little boring, but very easy to make.

  • I added onion and sauted the veggies before adding broth. I doubled the recipe and doubled the noodles with NoYolks dumplings. Great comfort food for the common cold

  • Very good, simple recipe. Great for small kids who are picky eaters. My 3 and 5 year olds gobbled it up. There are, of course, other recipes that have more vegetables and herbs but I chose this one for the simplicity. I also used leftover Thanksgiving turkey in place of the chicken.

  • Thanks so much I needed the proportions for a basic noodle soup, as I was making turkey soup for a crowd. I scaled it up to 12 servings, and the proportions were spot on. I added some parsley and garlic powder. A simple and delicious soup… just what was needed Thanks much.

  • Note to self: use white meat Sauteed with butter: onion, garlic, celery and carrots. Added three cans broth, salt, pepper, oregano and parsley. Brought to boiling. Added chicken and noodles. Five year old loved it.

  • Next time Ill double the recipe It was so good there werent any leftovers. Will make again

  • I just made this and it is wonderful My husband ate 2 bowls and is talking about eating some more LOL I did use chicken thighs and deboned them after I boiled them and use that broth as my starter. I grated 2 cloves of garlic in the chicken stock. I also used store bought noodles. This is easy to make and so tasty Great comfort food

  • I could die for this.

  • Thought it was bland.

  • Very good and simple. i used 1/2 stock and 1/2 broth. and added extra noodles. and lots of fresh parsley.

  • Used chicken thighs + rosemary, thyme and garlic to make the stock. 35mins, and removed meat, and simmered bones etc for further 40mins letting stock reduce. Used root veggies, but, used soup-pasta instead of rice, and added the chicken meat 10mins prior to serving. Enough soup for dinner 2 nights running (2nd days soup even better) + a further 3 portions in the freezer. Love the app and the input from all various contributors

  • Okay for what it is. In my opinion its not as good as making the real thing from scratch.

  • Pretty good soup and very versatile. I doubled the chicken broth (I was going to use three extra cups and was glad I put in the extra fourth one), shredded one large chicken breast, added two chopped up potatoes and left out the celery. I also added an additional quarter cup of the pasta. It was so easy to make which was nice since I felt a little rushed for time.

  • Without my few additions, it is a little bland. Still good, though, so three stars for the original recipe. I added half an onion, minced, minced garlic, and plenty of basil. I threw the veggies, onion, and garlic in the pot with some unsalted butter and cooked it for about five minutes, then added the broth and seasonings and followed the rest of the recipe exactly. With these changes it gets four stars, easily. I will certainly be making this again.

  • I made this soup using homemade chicken broth. The broth was highly seasoned so there was no need for additional seasonings. The soup was quick and easy and only contained ingredients that I would typically have on hand. It was a huge success with my 4 picky eaters (3 of whom are under the age of 3). I decided to make it a little thicker due to my little ones and their desire to self feed. I added extra noodles and a can of corn drained. Then, because it was thicker, we served it over mashed potatoes. Lordy, Lordy… Comfort food. This will be repeated at our family table frequently both as a soup when we are sick and as a farm table classic.

  • Made this tonight using our leftover Thanksgiving turkey. I added chopped onions, garlic powder, and a few additional spices. Turned out great. Youll want to double (or even triple) the recipe if your making this for a family.

  • Definitely more broth otherwise it was great. Super easy to make.

  • Quick, easy, great lunch prep. Freezes well too.

  • Really great easy to make soup. Perfect for cold winter days. I did add a bit of garlic just for flavor

  • Great easy recipe The only changes I made were 1) I used Penzeys Mural of Flavor instead of straight black pepper and 2) I added more noodles (preference). My whole family liked it. Thanks for posting Will definitely make again.

  • This is a great BASE recipe if you need to know proportions for meat, noodles, veggies and broth. After you have that, you can double… and of course you can add more kinds of veggies (we did onions, carrots and celery) and played with favorite spices and seasonings. Thanks for giving a great jumping boardI should add we had to add extra noodles. Also salt. And added: Garlic power, thyme, 2 bay leaves, ground pepper.

  • We added just a little parsley, sage, cilantro, chopped onions, a bay leaf, and rosemary. It tastes great

  • I used stater bros chicken broth. I added more celery n carrots also used dry parsley. I also used angel hair pasta. Toward the end I added cilantro. I served with lemon. Yummy

  • Terrific as is No kidding I made no changes and its right up there with my favorite ever Chicken Noodle Soup. Ive made all day chicken noodle soups and complex chicken noodle soups. With this recipe, Ill no longer have to do either Does only serve 4 though, so next time,Ill have to double the recipe so my family gets enough to eat. They all loved it

  • A great, simple soup recipe.

  • Yum This is a great jumping off point to make soup. I had all sorts of Thanksgiving leftovers so any veggies and turkey I had I put in here. Using the Swanson broth makes it so easy Just finished my first bowl and it was delicious

  • Really, really good. I added some seasonings based on other reviews. Its an easy recipe for people like me who hate to cook.

  • Fantastic. Great flavor. Easy and delicious.

  • Read the reviews while it was cooking. Shook in some Herbs du Province. Gave it a nice flavor. Easy and quick.

  • This is simple to make and very good.. I use rotisserie chicken and add a bay leaf for flavor

  • I used potatoes instead of noodles. I also added fresh lime juice and cooked the lime rind. The lime juice took the soup to a greater level – it was awesome

  • Delicious I made some modifications. I doubled the chicken and added a cup or more of noodles. I like a thick soup. I used sodium free chicken stock so I could add salt to my taste. It is an easy and tasty soup.

  • Amazing in its simplicity. No need to add or change a thing

  • Made this for my sick daughter, since it was for her I used her favorite pasta; Alphabet Pasta. Didnt have celery and she doesnt like it so left that out. Both kids at this and seemed happy while doing so

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