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  • Chicken noodle soup

Homemade noodles transform this everyday soup into something special. You can also make them beforehand and freeze.

144 people made this

IngredientsServes: 8

  • For the noodles
  • 2 eggs
  • 4 tablespoons semi skimmed milk
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 9 oz plain flour
  • For the soup
  • 2L (3 1/4 pints) chicken stock
  • 4 stalks celery, diced
  • 1 medium onion, diced
  • 5 carrots, chopped
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 500g (1 1/4 lb) chopped, cooked chicken meat
  • 1 (500g) bag frozen sweetcorn (optional)
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 chicken stock cube

MethodPrep:45min ›Cook:3hr ›Ready in:3hr45min

  1. Mix eggs and milk together until well beaten, and then add salt and flour. Dough should be stiff. On a floured surface roll dough out very thin. Let dry 30 minutes and then cut into thin slices. Place on greaseproof paper and let air dry.
  2. In a large stockpot, add chicken stock, celery, onion, carrots and garlic. Fill stockpot nearly to the top with water. Simmer until vegetables are tender, about 2 hours.
  3. Add chicken and sweetcorn. Season with salt, pepper and chicken stock cube. Simmer for 30 minutes, checking to see if water level has decreased. Add water if needed.
  4. Bring to the boil, add noodles, stirring often. Noodles should be done in 20 minutes. Serve hot.

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Reviews in English (101)

Altered ingredient amounts.I used bagged egg noodles. Also, I cook the noodles separately and pour the soup over the noodles as I serve. It keeps the noodles from turning to mush. I find it's also better for freezing.-27 Apr 2010

by KUL567

Took shortcuts.I didn't make the noodles but I did make the soup and it was very very good. I scaled it to 12 servings. I made it in my slow cooker, not on the stove top. I added rosemary to the recipe and more garlic than suggested. Also, instead of making the noodles I threw in some pasta during the last 45 minutes of cooking and the noodles were fine. This is a great soup.-24 Jul 2008

Used different ingredients.Oh, I added fresh green beans too. Yum!-27 Jan 2011

Chicken Noodle Soup

Follow our easy, step-by-step, photo illustrated instructions to learn how to make this delicious Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup. Perfect meal for Fall and Winter when the nights start to get chilly. Printable recipe included.

Nothing warms the soul any better than a bowl of homemade Chicken Noodle Soup. It’s really simple, and so delicious on a cool Fall night or cold Winter’s day.

We’ve already experienced a few nights of cool Fall weather here in the heart of North Carolina. I even had to turn the heat on for a couple of days, but at the moment, we’re back under air conditioning.

I’m not a fan of cold weather at all any more. There, I said it.

In my much younger days, it didn’t bother me. But, here in my older years, boy has that made a big change. I don’t know how it happened, but it doesn’t take much for me to feel cold these days. Brrrr.

The only good thing about cold weather, is getting to enjoy a bowl of warm Chicken Noodle Soup. You know, the kind that warms your body and warms your soul all at the same time. There’s just something really comforting about this Chicken Noodle Soup. I hope you’ll agree.

This isn’t complicated at all. It goes together easily, and the recipe makes a large pot of soup. Enough to have for supper, and more than enough to have later. I even put some in the freezer for when it gets really cold around here.

Be sure to use a large stock pot, or a large Dutch oven pot when you make it. Did I mention it makes a large batch? Smile.

Mama always enjoyed making a big pot of soup whenever “snow” was in the forecast in my kid days. Maybe she knew I’d stay outside and play in it as long as she would let me, but knew I’d need something to warm me back up when I finally had to come inside. Oh the days of being young – and warmer. Smile.

Ready to give our recipe a try? Alright then, let’s head on out to the kitchen, and… Let’s Get Cooking!

Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe – You’ll need these ingredients.

Lets begin by prepping our vegetables. You’ll need 1 cup of sliced or diced carrots. I’m using baby carrots and just sliced them into pieces about 1/4 inch thick.

You’ll need 1 cup of diced celery.

And, you’ll need 1/2 cup of diced onions.

You’ll need to place a large stock pot over Medium heat on your stove top. Once it warms up, add 3 Tablespoons of Butter.

Place the carrots in the pot with the butter.

Add the celery.

And, add the onions.

Stir the vegetables around in the butter and let it all cook for FIVE minutes.

Add 1 carton (32oz) of the Chicken Broth and stir it into the vegetables.

Bring this mixture to a boil

While the broth is coming to a boil, grab a small bowl and add 1/4th cup of All-Purpose Flour to it.

Add 1 cup Evaporated Milk to the flour.

Use a fork to mix the milk and flour together, breaking up any large lumps of flour as you go.

Add 1/2 teaspoon of Salt.

Add 1/2 teaspoon of Black Pepper.

Stir everything together. Don’t worry if you have small lumps of flour in the mixture. They should work themselves out later.

Gradually add the milk and flour mixture to the pot of boiling stock. Stir constantly as you add the mixture.

Add the chicken breasts to the pot. Let this cook at a low boil for about 15-20 minutes until the chicken breasts are done. They should reach an internal temperature of 165F degrees to be done.

By the way, I’m using this old cast iron Dutch Oven to cook my soup in. This was given to me back around 2011 by a close friend that I met while working in radio. Bobby W. was full of energy and loved to buy stuff and resell it all the time. He did that part time as he also had a full time job. We would sometimes fish together and later he even worked with us at the radio station for a short time.

The old pot wasn’t in really bad shape, and I just brought it home and placed it on the floor by the door. That’s where it stayed for about 9 years or so. A couple of weeks ago, I finally got it, cleaned it up and seasoned it, so this is the first thing I’ve cooked in it.

It’s very special to me because of the friend that gave it to me all those years ago. Sadly, he died about 2012. I hope he would be proud to know that I still have it, even if it did take me a long time to clean it up and use it. Smile.

When done, remove the chicken breasts from the pot of stock and place them on a plate to cool slightly.

When cool enough to handle, shred the breasts into small pieces.

While the breasts are cooling, add the bag (12oz) of Egg Noodles to the stock. Stir them around and let them cook for 8-10 minutes until slightly tender.

Now, add the shredded chicken to the pot of noodles.

I’m only adding 3 of the chicken breasts. I saved the other one to enjoy later. Stir everything together, then taste the soup mixture to see if you need to add more salt or pepper.

This was really thick and more like a chicken pasta dish, but it sure did taste good. You could certainly enjoy it this way if you like a hearty soup. I even considered freezing some of this as a base that I could add more broth to later, but opted to complete it while I was going.

Add more of the chicken broth as desired. You can make this as thick or as thin as you desire. As you can see, my pot is full after I added the biggest part of the second carton of broth.

If you think it needs it, you could even add a teaspoon of chicken granules to the soup to punch up a bit more of the chicken flavor. Granules or bouillon will work well.

Give everything another stir and turn the heat OFF.

Then, cover the pot and let it all rest for about 30 minutes so the flavors can meld together.


Serve this up nice and warm. It makes sweater-weather almost something to look forward too. Smile.

Best Chicken Noodle Soup (Ultra-Satisfying)

The Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup is made in one pot, with tender chicken thighs, veggies, and egg noodles. It is comfort food at it&rsquos best, and ready in just about 40 minutes. The soup is cozy and rich in flavors from the chicken and veggies, and perfect for flu season!

For this recipe, it&rsquos important to use good-quality chicken broth. You can easily make the broth at home. This is one of the main ingredients that gives this dish that rich and flavorful taste.

Similarly, it is incredibly easy to make, and it does not involve multiple steps to follow. After you prepare your chicken and veggies, add the broth to the pot, you just have to wait under 30 minutes for the soup to be ready.

Make sure to salt your soup to taste. We use low-sodium chicken broth and add salt as needed during the cooking process. In addition, you can swap the veggies in this soup if you are inclined to do so. To keep it more traditional, I used carrots and celery. However, you can substitute them, or even add additional veggies such as broccoli, zucchini, and bell peppers.


  • Chicken tights
  • Egg Noodles
  • Chicken broth
  • Onion
  • Garlic
  • Celery and carrots
  • Salt and pepper
  • Dried herbs

The Lady’s Chicken Noodle Soup

For the stock: add bay leaves, bouillon, onion, lemon pepper seasoning, garlic, chicken, Italian seasoning, salt and pepper and water to a soup pot. Cook until chicken is tender, about 35 to 45 minutes. Remove chicken from pot and set aside to cool. Remove and discard bay leaves and onion. You should have approximately 3 quarts of stock. When chicken is cool enough to touch, pick bones clean, discarding bones, skin, and cartilage. Set chicken aside.

For the soup: bring stock back to a boil, add carrots, and cook for 3 minutes. Add celery and continue to cook for 5 to 10 minutes. Add egg noodles and cook according to directions on package. When noodles are done, add chicken, mushrooms, parsley, sherry and rosemary. Add Parmesan and cream, if using. Cook for another 2 minutes. Adjust seasoning, if needed, by adding seasoning salt and pepper. Enjoy along with a nice hot crusty loaf of French bread.

Just hearing the term chicken noodle soup brings feeling of comfort and soulful. Even when we&rsquore not feeling under the weather, the sound of this soup recipe just sounds satisfying. It&rsquos possibly one of the easiest soups to make and to if you have homemade chicken stock on hand, it couldn&rsquot be more hearty and homemade. And if you are feeling a little sick, a big bowl of this soup is probably a better cure than any over the counter medication.

Often times this classic and popular soup uses use small egg noodles. Though we appreciate egg noodles often, we love changing up our recipes with different types of pastas and noodles. Fusilli, penne, farfalle and even macaroni add a wonderfully different texture and bite to your regular pot of soup. We also love small pasta to cut back on calories. These small pastas are ancini de peppe or ditalini pasta. So feel free to use up any leftover pasta that you may have and certainly add more vegetables to your liking!

How to make Chicken Noodle Soup from scratch:

Dice the onion, carrots, celery, and chicken into bite sized pieces.

Heat the butter in a large sauce pan on medium heat.

Add the onion, carrots, celery, and raw chicken. Cook for about 3 &ndash 5 minutes stirring occasionally. If you&rsquore using precooked chicken or turkey add it with the egg noodles below.

Pour in the broth and bring to a boil. Boil for about 15 minutes if the vegetables are raw. If you use canned veggies, go to the next step once you reach the boiling point.

To the broth, add the egg noodles, black pepper, salt, sage, thyme, bay leaf, and garlic.

Simmer uncovered for 10 minutes until noodles are cooked.

Garnish with parsley if desired.

Easy Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup Small Batch

Homemade Chicken and Noodles

Egg noodles, to be exact&mdashand they're delicious.

A delicious, hearty comfort food made extra easy by the addition of frozen egg noodles. This'll make your soul smile.

whole cut-up fryer chicken

whole medium onion, diced (optional)

white pepper (more to taste)

frozen "homemade" egg noodles

  1. Cover chicken in 4 quarts water. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to low. Simmer for 30 minutes.
  2. Remove chicken from pot with a slotted spoon. With two forks, remove as much meat from the bones as you can, slightly shredding meat in the process. Return bones to broth and simmer on low, covered, for 45 minutes.
  3. Remove bones from broth with a slotted spoon, making sure to get any small bones that might have detached.
  4. Add the carrots and celery (and onions, if using) to the pot, followed by the herbs and spices. Stir to combine and simmer for ten minutes to meld flavors.
  5. Increase heat and add frozen egg noodles and chicken. Cook for 8 to 10 minutes.
  6. Mix flour and a little water. Stir until smooth. Pour into soup, stir to combine, and simmer for another 5 minutes, or until broth thickens a bit. Test and adjust seasonings as needed.

This is a comfort food from my childhood on the golf course, and something I highly recommend if you&rsquove never come across it in your life. It&rsquos beautiful, simple homemade Chicken and Noodles&mdasha thick, hearty dish not to be confused with a thinner, brothier chicken noodle soup. It&rsquos so perfectly yummy and soul-pleasing.

While you could certainly go the turbo homemade route and make your own egg noodles (recipe below), I&rdquoll show you a quick and easy alternative that I think is just as good.

You won&rsquot believe how delicious such a simple dish can be.

The Cast of Characters: A whole fryer chicken, carrot, celery, onion (optional I didn&rsquot use it)&hellip

And all of this business. I actually prefer using dried parsley flakes for this soup. One of the few circumstances where fresh isn&rsquot necessarily preferred.

Now. You can certainly make your own noodles. They&rsquore a cinch. If that&rsquos the way you want to go, here&rsquos the step-by-step recipe. Just cut them shorter than these if you do take this purely homemade route.

But here&rsquos where the &ldquohomemade&rdquo part of this recipe is in finger quotes, because I&rsquom going to give you permission to use these. Let me tell you, my friends, if you haven&rsquot ever used Reames frozen egg noodles, you&rsquore missing out on one of the best storebought, prepackaged foods there is.

Ingredients: flour, water, and eggs. That&rsquos it.

I&rsquove made my own noodles, and I&rsquove used Reames. And I&rsquod serve Reames to guests every day of the week and twice on Sunday.

***This is not a paid advertisement for Reames Egg Noodles, for Lord&rsquos sake.***

To my utter discontent, however, Reames recently changed their packaging. I hate it when products change their packaging it makes me feel forlorn and lonesome, and I feel a sense of loss for the old look.

But they taste the same. And that&rsquos a very, very good thing.

Okay! Let&rsquos get the party started. Throw the chicken pieces into a pot.

Cover the chicken with about 4 quarts of water&hellip

And bring the pot to a boil.

When the water comes to a boil, turn the heat to low. Simmer the chicken for 30 minutes.

After 30 minutes, remove the chicken from the pot with a slotted spoon. Keep the broth simmering on low.

And use the forks to pull the meat off the bones. It should pretty much be done if there&rsquos a little pink or red left, don&rsquot worry&mdashit&rsquos going back in the pot later.

Continue with all the chicken pieces, pulling as much of the meat off the bones as you can, slightly shredding the meat in the process. Cover the meat and set aside or stick in the fridge.

As you remove the meat, return the bones to the broth.

Simmer the bones for 45 minutes on low (you can be more thorough getting the meat off than I was. Sorry. Lazy.)

While the bones are simmering, dice up some carrots.

Then cut them in half, lengthwise.

Lay them all with the cut side down&hellip

And cut each half in three long slices.

Then slice across the carrots to create a dice.

Easy as pie! I like to keep the dice pretty large because:

b) This makes it easier for those who don&rsquot like cooked carrots to pick them out and pipe down

Dice up some celery, too. And include some of the inner stalks with the pretty leaves. That&rsquos my favorite part.

You can also include a little diced onion, but I like to buck the rules of mirepoix and just go with carrots and celery.

Remove the bones from the broth with a slotted spoon, making sure to get any small bones that might have detached. Then throw the carrots and celery into the pot.

Then use your freaky pink alien hand to add the salt.

Next, add turmeric. It adds flavor and color, color, color.

I&rsquove been on a real turmeric kick lately. Try it sometime! It&rsquos magical.

Now add ground white pepper. I added quite a bit and it made the dish a little bit peppery/spicy, which we loved. But start sparingly and add more as you like. Also add in the ground thyme, and some of the chicken base if you&rsquod like a little more intense chicken flavor.

But it really shouldn&rsquot need it.

Finally, add the parsley flakes.

Stir this together and let it simmer for another ten minutes, just to let the flavors come together a bit.

Now grab a package of egg noodles. Crank up the heat to compensate for the coldness of the noodles.

Stir to separate all the noodles.

It&rsquos starting to get real here, folks.

Simmer this on medium-low for eight to ten minutes.

Now, ten minutes later, this is a delicious, wonderful, scrumptious, hearty chicken noodle soup. Just taste and check the seasonings and serve it in this state if you like.

But that&rsquos not what I&rsquom going for here.

What I&rsquom going for is thick, beautiful chicken and noodles. Add some water to a little flour&hellip

Stir it together until smooth&hellip

Let it simmer for five additional minutes, or until the broth thickens. Feel free to add a little more flour/water if needed, or if it gets too thick, add a little water.

Mmmm. You know you&rsquore about to eat something yummy when the sides of the pot look like this.

And when the contents of the pot look like this.

Oh dear. This is comfort food. This is home.

When my daughter sticks her spoon in the pot while I&rsquom trying to take photos.

And The Claw scratches and squeezes until the twelve-year-old punk whimpers and runs away.

And awww&mdashlook how cute! Matching mother-daughter alien hands!

Look. It&rsquos a photography thing. Exposure and all that stuff. In order to properly expose the darker contents of the pot, my hand is always pink and freaky and bright white.

I&rsquoll cover it sometime on Pioneer Woman Photography. It&rsquos too painful for me to discuss here.

Crack Chicken Noodle Soup

Whenever I have leftover chicken I try to make a soup out of it. One of my family&rsquos absolute favorites is the Crack Chicken Noodle Soup. Guaranteed to be the new favorite recipe that everyone will love!

What I also love about this soup is that you can throw together any odd veggies that you&rsquove forgotten in the back of your fridge. And the crunchier the better, that&rsquos why for this crack chicken noodle soup I&rsquove chosen carrots and celery.

Perfect for creating that crunchy texture.

Another important ingredient is pasta. This particular recipe calls for spaghetti or similar shaped-pasta. But feel free to use anything that you have on hand, it will still taste delicious!


  • Step 1. Heat a little amount of vegetable oil in a medium skillet and add chopped bacon. Cook until done or slightly crispy (is fine too!) and set aside.

  • Step 2. Combine diced chicken, carrots, celery, condensed soup, chicken stock, milk, cream cheese, ranch dressing mix, and bacon in a large pot. Take it to a boil stirring occasionally.

  • Step 4. Follow with pasta/spaghetti, grated cheese, and simmer until spaghetti is almost cooked.

  • Step 5. When done, garnish with freshly chopped parsley and serve with bread like ciabatta.


Whenever you want to reheat the soup, simply take a separate smaller pot, add the amount of soup you want to consume, and reheat it on the stove (or in a bowl in a microwave).


We love to enjoy our soup with freshly baked homemade ciabatta or panini, garlic bread, rosemary bread, or even bruschetta.


For best quality, it&rsquos best to consume this crack chicken noodle soup in an airtight container in the refrigerator within 3-4 days and within six months in the freezer.

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We hope you got insight from reading it, now let’s go back to homemade chicken noodle soup recipe. To make homemade chicken noodle soup you need 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.

The ingredients needed to cook Homemade Chicken noodle soup:

  1. Prepare 1 each of 3.5 lb whole chx.
  2. Provide 4 of celery stalks.
  3. Provide 1 packages of wide egg noodles.
  4. You need 1/2 of onion.
  5. Take 1 1/2 stick of butter.

Steps to make Homemade Chicken noodle soup:

  1. Chop onion and celery finely.
  2. Boil chx , onion, celery , butterfor one and a half hour with water, salt, and pepper.
  3. Pull chicken and add back to water.
  4. Boil for another30 min and serve.

If you find this Homemade Chicken noodle soup recipe helpful please share it to your good friends or family, thank you and good luck.

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