Roasted Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe
- 1 cup chopped onion
- 1 cup chopped carrots
- 1 cup chopped celery
- 2 teaspoons olive oil
- 1 garlic clove, minced
- 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
- 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
- 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme
- 1/4 teaspoon poultry seasoning
- 6 cups reduced-sodium chicken broth
- 4 cups cubed peeled potatoes
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 2 cups cubed cooked chicken breast
- 2 cups uncooked yolk-free wide noodles
- 1 cup fat-free evaporated milk
- 1. In a stockpot over medium-high heat, saute the onion, carrots and celery in oil for 5 minutes or until tender. Add garlic; cook 1 minute longer. Stir in the flour, oregano, thyme and poultry seasoning until blended.
- 2. Gradually add the broth, potatoes and salt; bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 15-20 minutes or until potatoes are tender.
- 3. Stir in chicken and noodles; simmer for 10 minutes or until noodles are tender. Reduce heat. Stir in milk; heat through (do not boil). Yield: 8 servings.
1-1/2 cup: 235 calories, 3g fat (1g saturated fat), 31mg cholesterol, 851mg sodium, 33g carbohydrate (0g sugars, 3g fiber), 20g protein
Reviews for Roasted Chicken Noodle Soup
"I guess I'm in the minority here. Nobody in my family liked this. My husband added hot sauce and a bunch of other spices in order to find it edible. I seemed to have potential but there was no flavor. Also I think the potatoes and evaporated milk didn't work."
"This is a great recipe for chicken noodle soup. I will definitely keep it. It has a great flavor , and the consistency and ingredients are perfect."
"This soup has a great flavor!!! It is definitely a keeper."
"We love this soup!! It is thick like a stew and the herbs make it taste like its name 'Roasted Chicken', full of vegetables and noodles-so comforting and delicious! Don't omit anything,I made it as written, but used regular whole milk, and less potato and noodles (2 medium peeled and cubed Russet potatoes; and 1/2 of an 11 oz. bag - or 4 ounces of thawed frozen noodles). Use a large soup pot or Dutch Oven this makes at least 5 quarts of soup."
"This is the chicken noodle soup I've been searching for! What makes this is really the herbs used. I didn't add the potatoes, garlic, or milk-- I wanted it a little more basic-- but the flavor was outstanding without those. Even my normally soup-picky husband commented on how good it was. This is the perfect chicken noodle soup for when you're sick or to warm you up on a cold night!"
"This is a hit with my family of 5. Kids love it, it has a great flavor. I sometimes transfer it to a crockpot to keep it warm if bringing it anywhere. Served with yummy bread!"
"This is potato soup meets chicken noodle soup. It's good, but the combination of potatoes and noodles in the same soup was a little weird to me. If I made it again, I would probably omit the potatoes, and increase the chicken."
"Words can't describe how much I loved this recipe!!!"
"very good! I added lentils because I had some extras on hand, and I boiled raw chicken at the beginning. other than that we followed the recipe and it was definitely a keeper. very good!"
"Very good and helped the family through some sick days!"
"I used cream instead of evaporated milk. Next time I'd reduce it to 1/2 cup. Soup is delicious"
"I used cream instead of evaporated milk. Next time I'd reduce it to 1/2 cup. Soup is delicious"
"So VERY good. Could also be called Chicken Pot Pie Soup. Will be making again many times."
"Amazing soup my kids and husband love this"
"Delicious, I did make a couple of changes. I used raw chicken which I cooked with the vegetables, I used sweet potatoes instead of regular potatoes, added 2 bay leaves, additional salt and poultry seasoning, and some pepper and lemon pepper to taste."
"This soup was fantastic. It's a great way to use leftover chicken and homemade broth! The leftovers essentially absorbed all the fluid so I added a little more broth when reheating it, but it was still great! I'll make this again for sure!"
"I made this soup yesterday per the recipe "except" I didn't bother to measure the noodles so I'm sure there were more than the recipe called for -- I will know next time to measure since more noodles absorb the liquid & is more like a stew than soup. It was very good and my husband loved it (he does most of the cooking) & said it's a keeper. I will definitely be making this again with the required amount of noodles. Like any cooking it does take time to cut up all the veggies but my husband came in the kitchen to be my assistant pre chef so it went faster. By the way one other major change I made was that I used leftover cooked turkey instead of chicken. I do this all the time so didn't even think about when I started writing this review. I freeze leftover turkey from the holidays and use it in casseroles, soups, barbecue etc."
"This was very tasty. I added bay leaf, curry pdr., broccolli, and used half and half instead of evap. milk. I would make again."
"This is my go-to soup recipe. I have modified it to fit my gluten free life, but the basics remain the same, I use only sweet potatoes and no white potatoes, omit the noodles and the milk, instead of regular flour I use arrowroot flour, in place of the noodles I add in some more veggies- whatever I have- peas, green beans , zucchini or chopped broccoli are all good. I make this a couple times a month through the winter and keep it frozen in lunch size containers ."
"Followed this recipe exactly and we really loved it! My son who doesn't like carrots or onions raved about it. I will definitely make this again for a chilly autumn night's supper."
"Delish!! Used leftover lemon roasted redskinned potatoes, leftover chicken. Done in a flash! Yummy!!"
"With winter coming and time for soup - I prepared this with left over rotisserie chicken - it was so good it was easy and my family gave it a thumbs up"
"This soup as good and easy to make. It was a good choice for a cold winter evening."
"I am making it now, but using leftover rice instead of noodles, but am adding a few potatoes to the pot. I made my own stock from leftover roasted chicken. Can't wait until tonight. It's snowing outside and this will be perfect!"
"I read all the reviews on this before I made it and I decided to used to use the rotisserie chicken. I added less potatoes because my daughter doesn't like them and I omitted the milk. Family gave it two thumbs up! Add a loaf of crusty bread and its a wonderful meal on a cold day."
"I've made this recipe ton's of times....still my favorite recipe for chicken noodle soup but unfortunately Taste of Home can't take credit for it. This recipe originated in Cooking Light!"
"This soup was excellent! It's a cold bone chilling day and this soup just warmed you inside out. I tweeked it a little with abit more spices. kids loved it! :-)"
"I made this soup except I used the turkey bones to make stock from Thanksgiving. Also used leftover turkey instead of chicken so it really was turkey soup but followed recipe for all else. It was really very good with the turkey and i can't wait to make it with the chicken now. Soup is a must in cold weather."
"Very Good! I didn't measure my potatoes, just used up the 5 small reds that I had. Used 2 large chicken breasts and a whole can of evaporated milk. Didn't know what I would use the extra 4 oz for in the next few days so it got added. It makes a lot and it's filling!"
"I am looking forward to trying my hand at making soup. this recipes sounds wonderful. Thank you for sharing."
"I have never tried home made chicken noodle soup before and I REALLY glad I did! Delicious flavor!!! I used a rorisserie chicken instead of regular cooked chicken and it gave it more "chikeny" flavor. Next time I'll cut down the potatoes and add more carrots, celery and even add some peas. Well worth the time!"
"This one of the best chicken soups I've ever had! Very hearty and flavorful. I've made it twice already to have for lunches at work all week long. I can't get enough of it!"
"I think the word soup is used very loosely for describing this recipe. I didn't even get as far as adding the milk and the "broth" was really more of a gravy. I started adding more chicken broth but after it sat for even another 30 minutes, the liquid was pretty much gone again, soaked up by the noodles or who knows what. It tasted OK, but with potatoes and all that going on, let's just call it a stew. I can't say it was worth repeating for me."
"So yummy! I thought 4 cups off potatoes was a bit over kill, but don't think you should omit them all together. I really like how the potatoes cook and disintegrate into the broth.I used whole grain noodles also. I will never use chicken noodle soup in the can again :)"
"Everyone loves this soup. I modify the recipe a little ..... skip the potatoes, double the carrots, add a little pepper and use 2 heaping cups of noodles. Nice and thick and tasty."
"This is definitely a superior chicken noodle soup! My daughter made off with the recipe before I could type it into my recipe collection, and I had to spend a lot of time looking it up again on the web site. I followed two of the suggestions and cooked bone-in thighs in the broth and added peas at the end. Also (since I am not very health conscious) I used real cream instead of evap milk since I think its color is more appetizing, and substituted leaks instead of regular onion. Once, long ago, I heard that what makes great chicken soup (the kind the Jewish moms make) is the combination of leeks and garlic. As well, I added 2 more cups of broth and reduced the potatoes to 2 cups. Mushrooms sauteed first in butter would make a great addition. Finally, I think meat from a rotisserie chicken would be very good in this soup, too. This goes to the top of my list of chicken soups."
"I added more chicken broth, I like it more soupy. It's more like a casserole."
"This turned out very well, was nice and creamy. Everyone loved it and thought the potatoes added a little something to it. I personally thought the potatoes were a bit much and overpowered the rest of the flavors slightly. I will leave them out next time and hope i don't get yelled at for it. Definitely going to become a frequent meal."
"We enjoyed the overall flavor of this dish. I didn't have poultry seasoning, and I didn't take the time to Google a good substitute, so I threw in some rosemary instead. I also left out the milk, as it just seemed strange.Things to change for next time: I'm adding some green beans in, leaving out 1/2 the potatoes and putting in some extra noodles.We did enjoy this dish! Thank you!"
"Excellent. I think peas would be good in it."
"Very good! I cooked skinless chicken thighs in the broth with the carrots, onions and celery and then took it off the bone when I added my noodles. I think it added a good flavor to cook it that way since I didn't already have cooked chicken. Great recipe!"
"I've made this recipe twice in the last couple weeks! I love the thickness & blend of seasoning! It's a fantastic winter meal!"
"Tried it with and without the milk and liked it both ways. I made it with turkey and turkey bloth and home made noodles."
"It was very tasty. I made it without the evaporated milk and the potatoes. Turned out great and it's healthier than many other chicken noodle soups. I will be making this again."
"I added more salt and the poultry seasoning to it as well as 1 more cup of broth."
"Only thing I would do is omit the milk."
"The ultimate comfort food!!! I make it about once a week and nobody complains!"
"I've used this recipe twice. The first was after I had made a whole chicken and had broth leftover. The cloves I used when I baked the chicken added amazing character. I substituted mushrooms for potatoes."
"I'd just leave out the evaporated milk next time"
"We both really enjoyed this soup. Perfect on a cold day when you crave homemade soup! I left out the potatoes, adding 1/2 c extra carrot & celery (each) and 2 c extra noodles (used half a large pkg total). It reheats well."
"This was delicious and very easy to make. The seasonings were perfect. I did find that the noodles and potatoes was a bit to much starch. The next time that I make it I think that I will add green beans instead of potatoes. I also added 2 more cups of broth. Other than that it was reallt tasty. SJS9"
"I made this soup for our family Christmas Eve gathering. It was delicious! I will make it again and again. Great recipe!"
"I rarely like chicken noodle soup (tho' I did when I was a kid). This one was terrific. I used whole wheat pastry flour (trying to be a bit healthier) & subbed fresh sage for poultry seasoning b/c I had it. I only had 1 sm potato (which was enough, IMO). I also had to cook my 1 1/2 chick breast in the soup b/c I didn't have any already prepared. Topped w/a spoon of RF sour cream and scallions. Yum. Thx for the recipe!"
"My family love it ,And.I have a picky family.Thanks for sharing."
"Very good flavor. I personally left the potatoes out because I felt like I didn't need all that starch. But it was still and excellent flavor. Will definitely make it again."
"this soup was excellent and definitely very filling."
"I LOVE THIS! I've never tried to make soup before, and for my first attempt, this may be the only soup I ever make!"
"This passed the test for Christmas Eve soups. Left out potatoes, too. Used Spice Islands Boumonte seasoning. We loved it!"
"This recipe was delicious and my husband loved it. I didn't put potatoes in it either. We will definitely be making it again soon!"
"Made this last night--yum! Didn't have any poultry seasoning, so I used McCormick's Grill Blends Montreal Chicken Seasoning instead. I also left out the potatoes--just didn't think they were necessary along with the noodles. I just got done eating leftovers for lunch and it was even better the next day!"
"I haven't made this yet, but it sure sounds yummy. The only ingredient I would leave out is the teaspoon of salt. Just don't need it."