Chicken and Noodles

This is an easy recipe.  Can tell you from memory.

My family prefers chicken thighs, but you can use a whole chicken, cut up … or any parts you prefer.  This even works perfectly if the chicken is still frozen!  I’ve started it as a last minute plan several times that way and it comes out very good!

Spray Pam in bottom of a 9 x 12 cake pan.  I usually use a glass one, but metal works fine, too.  Place the chicken pieces in the coated pan.  Sprinkle with Lawrys salt, curry powder, garlic powder, and turmeric.  Add a little water to the pan (but don’t rinse the seasonings off the chicken).  Bake uncovered at 350 till the juices run clear.

Remove the chicken from the pan and place in another oven-safe dish & put it back in the oven but turn the oven off.  This is just to keep it warm while you make the noodles.

(Well, you don’t actually MAKE the noodles — what you do is PREPARE the noodles.)

Pour the chicken broth into a saucepan.  Taste the broth to see if you should add a little salt.  Put some uncooked noodles into the broth (enough to come up to whatever level the broth is at — just so there’s a little more liquid than there are noodles).  Cook the noodles in the broth.

That’s all there is to it.  Also prepare a vegetable or salad or both, and maybe open a can of cranberry sauce to serve with the meal, or else some other fruit to be the dessert.

This is COMFORT food!  Very nummy!

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5 Responses to Chicken and Noodles

  1. Rani Kaye says:

    Here's where I found out about Chicken Tuesday: Chicken Tuesday – How it started!

  2. Mama Bear says:

    lol! You're added to the list.. I don't know if you're in my network.. can you see today's blog? I think, my default is for network. But, I do post many blogs for the public.

  3. Mel Weinerth says:

    sounds good an quick will have to try this love chicken an it is good for us so thanks for a quick good meal.

  4. Mel Weinerth says:

    Love the site have to check this out more.

  5. Lou Blinco says:

    there you go! you have started posting again. I should remember to try your chicken recipe one day. Cheers!

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