Creamy Chicken Noodles

January 19, 2024

 

Creamy Chicken Noodles

These aren't your momma's chicken noodles! I like to add my own spin on dishes when I Can and we added some Romano cheese and bacon for a huge flavor upgrade! This is the kind of easy meal you want cook up on a cold day and eat in front of the fireplace while watching hallmark movies with you boo. Just kidding, lets watch football instead bc I have the remote! Hope you try these and enjoy them as much as we did. look forward to any feedback you might have in the comment section!
5 from 6 votes
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Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Servings: 6

Ingredients

  • 1 Rotisserie Chicken skin removed, deboned, and shredded
  • 5 carrots peeled and diced
  • 4 celery diced
  • 2 cups Pecorino Romano Cheese grated
  • 1 lb bacon
  • 3 cloves garlic minced or grated
  • 1 tbsp potato slayer seasoning
  • 1.5 tsp black pepper
  • 1 tsp onion powder
  • 1/4 tsp dried sage
  • 1/4 tsp dried rosemary
  • 1/4 tsp dried thyme
  • 1/4 tsp dried marjoram
  • 1/3 cup AP flour for roux
  • 6 cups chicken broth
  • 1 can Cream of Chicken w/herbs preferably
  • 2/3 cup heavy cream
  • salt to taste
  • 8 oz egg noodles

Instructions

  • Cut up and cook bacon in large dutch oven or pan on medium heat.
  • Peel and dice carrots and celery post washing, set aside.
  • Grate Romano cheese and set aside.
  • Once bacon is cooked remove and add carrots/celery.
  • After 5-6 min lower heat to med-low and add garlic.
  • Add seasonings and stir well. Add flour and continue to stir a min or two for the flour to cook off.
  • Add chicken broth and cream of chicken.
  • Stir in Romano and heavy cream continuing to stir.
  • Bring to a simmer, add chicken and bacon.
  • Cover and simmer for around 10 min for carrots to soften. Be sure to stir every couple min.
  • Now, add egg noodles and allow to continue to simmer covered until soft stirring occasionally. (10-15 min) Enjoy!!

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Notes

As always,  there are ways to make this easier....  You can sub bacon pieces for the bacon and use your favorite oil instead of bacon grease although I feel you will be sacrificing flavor.  Feel free to add onion with the carrots/celery,  we just aren't big onion fans so I left it out.  If you don't like cream of chicken,  omit it but it adds flavor and creaminess!  Lastly,  you can sub pre grated cheese for the Romano,  Parm or asiago would both be great in my opinion!

21 Comments

  1. September Board

    5 stars
    Very flavorful and hit the spot on a cold day!

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  2. Bethany

    5 stars
    I omitted the carrots and celery, (am a 43 yr old woman child who doesn’t like vegetables), but did everything else as instructed. Nom nom nom! Thank you!

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    • Matt Ramsey

      Awesome!

      Reply
  3. KarenB

    I’m looking forward to making this, but is there any substitute for the Potato Slayer seasoning? I swear that is about the only seasoning I currently don’t have.

    Reply
    • Matt Ramsey

      You could leave it out, it just has a unique flavor protocol.

      Reply
  4. Sharon Wooding

    I’m going to to make this but wondering where you get the potato slayer seasoning? It’s look so good. Thanks!

    Reply
    • Matt Ramsey

      I get it at Walmart!

      Reply
  5. Kristie Sawatzky

    According to their website Potato Slayer is Cayenne Pepper and Tarragon), Tomato Powder, Paprika, Apple Cider Vinegar Powder (Maltodextrin, Apple Cider Vinegar, and Food Starch-modified), Dill Weed, and Not More Than 2% Tricalcium Phosphate Added To Prevent Caking.

    ***Our family loves this soup…we sometimes add a 1/2 cup of cooking sherry to the leftovers for a new twist the second meal/time around.
    My family of 5 thinks this soup is amazing and served with cheesy and garlic Hawaiian rolls. This soup has a very Italian feel compared to a traditional chicken noodle soup.
    We also use frozen Reames Homestyle Egg Noodles (2) 12oz. bags or 1 24oz. Quick Prep.
    Thank you, for sharing, much love to your soup.

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    • Matt Ramsey

      Thank you!

      Reply
  6. Joyce

    This was really good. I saw it and thought I have to try this. I figured the only thing I didn’t think I had was the Potato Slayer. Never heard of it but I saw I could get it at Walmart so I picked it up. I went to make it and found that I didn’t have marjoram looked it up and oregano is a good substitute. Such a tasty dish. Really liked this will definitely make it again. Everyone went in for a second helping. I’ll be looking up more of your recipes.

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    • Matt Ramsey

      Love to hear it

      Reply
  7. Lisa M Lyons

    5 stars
    Is potato slayer seasoning available anywhere?

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    • Matt Ramsey

      I get it at WalMart but my local Kroger also has it!

      Reply
  8. Dyan

    I made it! I actually made it and it is amazing! Thank.

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  9. Jacquelyn E.

    Tuned out great!

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    • Matt Ramsey

      🙌

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  10. Shelley Deiter

    5 stars
    I made this today. It was fantastic. I don’t cook often, I would make this a lot. I didn’t have the potatoe slayer, so I used Dan’os.

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  11. paval

    5 stars
    Chiken Noodles a timeless favorite that captivates with its savory allure. From the first whiff of aromatic broth to the last slurp of tender Chiken Noodles, each bite is a culinary adventure. Whether enjoyed steaming hot on a chilly day or chilled for a refreshing summer treat, it’s a versatile dish that always hits the spot. A true comfort classic!”

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    • Matt Ramsey

      Nice!

      Reply
    • Matt Ramsey

      🙌

      Reply

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