Ready in 50 minutes
This is a quick and easy meal that is great on those cold nights! Sure to please the whole family. Works by itself our on top of mashed potatoes.
"Was very enjoyable. Needs something with it though, green beans or a salad or something with color. I'd suggest after removing the chicken from the chicken stock and water broth to put it in a different bowl and shred it so that the end result doesn't have big chunks of chicken but the overall taste was very good. Of the casserole l've made lately this seemed to be one my husband really enjoyed. Will make again but I might put some mixed veggies in the casserole or use cayenne pepper to give it some kick. "- Timebomb4
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1. Empty can of chicken into large pot with enough water to boil egg noodles. Add chicken stock/bouillon and simmer about 10 minutes.
2. Remove chicken from pot and boil the mixture. Add egg noodles. Cook until tender. Drain and set aside.
3. In a separate bowl, combine soups, sour cream, and salt/pepper. Combine all ingredients and stir well.
4. Move to a baking dish, 8x8 or 9x9 and bake at 350 degrees F for about 30 minutes.
OPTIONAL: Cracker topping
1. Melt 1/2 cup butter in saucepan. Remove from heat.
2. Mix 1 cup of buttery round crackers with butter. Place on top of casserole before baking.
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3NITSUJ 1 month agoWasn't a hit at my house. It was okay but tasted a lot like chicken helper with a little more work.
luvmykids67 3 months agoThis was a hit in my house and i even forgot to add the broth! I think next time i will add crushed potato chips to the top instead of the breadcrumbs.
bmaw 4 months agoMy family loved this. So easy!!
vanacrane 5 months agoDelicious. Used fresh breadcrumbs mixed in brown butter for topping instead of crackers which was heavenly.
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chsbicunurse 11 month agoI added frozen peas and used fresh chicken instead of canned. I think next time, I will add more liquid to the soups, it was a little bit rich. Also, the 8x8, 9x9 was not big enough, had to use a 9x13.
karenm4136 11 month agoI thought it was good, liked the cracker topping. Would be good with peas mixed in.
cmv013 1 year ago
neverleavinsd 1 year agoI used my homemade yogurt instead of sour cream. Yummy
jsefton20 1 year ago
remymartin 1 year ago
Ginarozeboom 1 year agoThis was awesome!!! I used fresh chicken breast and also added garlic powder. My family couldn't get enough! I am making this again tonight!
markbradford1 1 year agoMade a few modifications, added chopped scallions, some shredded mexican cheese, frozen broccoli,carrots, and some soul seasoning. Topped with a dusting of parmesan cheese, and mozzarella. Pulled out 5 mins before done and topped with fried onions. My 4 year old came back for seconds
gingermatthewsainsworth 1 year agoReally good. Another variation would be to add rotel
rangerwife 1 year agoI didn't add sour cream cause I didn't have any but this still came out good. The cracker topping was a nice touch. I would have love to add peas and carrots but then my kids wouldn't have eaten it.
ernie1226 1 year agoThis was way too easy to be so awesome!! I used a steamer pot to put the chicken in the 'noodle water' so it wasn't too difficult to remove prior to boiling the pasta. I also added a ladleful of the broth/noodle water(prior to draining the pasta) to the soups to thin it a little w/ pinch of garlic powder; topped w/ mozzarella & French's fr onions. Yum!
raebkeim 1 year agoThis recipe was ok. I think I will try it again with mashed potatoes instead of noodles.
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