Crock-Pot Chicken and Noodles Ingredients 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts (I used frozen) 2 cans cream of chicken soup 1 stick of butter 2 15 oz cans chicken broth 24 oz. frozen egg noodles Directions Cook chicken, soup, butter, and broth in crock-pot
Old Fashioned Tuna Noodle Casserole
OLD FASHIONED TUNA NOODLE CASSEROLE - Simple to make, so good! Easy to adapt to your taste!! Old School comfort food at its best! Egg noddles in a delicious creamy mushroom soup sauce tossed with tuna, sauteed onions, peas and cheddar cheese, topped with crushed potato chips then baked to perfection...just like grandma used make. Old school comfort food!!
These chicken meatballs are tender, juicy and swimming in a super flavorful creamy sauce that coats each one just so. Now imagine a few of these lofty meatballs over a hefty bowl of buttered egg noodles… or atop a mountain of creamy mashed powtaters… or o
I found that if I want to make a whole 12 oz. pkg it works great with 3 cups. of liquid. I make them in a big, wide pan so that there is lots of surface area. I used 2 cups of chicken stock, 1 cup water, 3 tsps. chicken granules, and stick of butter.
Creamy Chicken & Noodles: Combine boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cans of cream of chicken soup, cup of butter (sliced) and 42 oz. of chicken broth in your crock pot. Cover & cook on low for 8 hours. Add bag of egg noodles. cook for 1 more hour.
Almost-Like-Grandma's Hungarian Goulash cooks all day in the slow cooker, so your house will smell almost like Grandma's when it's done. Serve over hot cooked egg noodles with a little sour cream on top.
Combine 3 to 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, 2 oz. cans of cream of chicken soup, cup of butter (sliced) and 42 oz. of chicken broth in your crock pot. Cover & cook on low for 8 hours. Add bag of egg noodles. cook for 1 more hour.
Classic Swedish Meatballs & Yankee Magazine Lost & Vintage Recipes Giveaway - made these for my Dad at Christmas and he said that they were just like he remembered from his Swedish step-mother - a homey, comforting memory. I served over egg noodles.