Chicken Noodle Casseroles
When cold weather has you scrambling for a hot solution, dish out any one of these chicken noodle casseroles. From wild mushroom to asiago to Mexican chicken, these easy recipes for chicken noodle casseroles are fast and no-fuss.See Popular Chicken Noodle Casseroles Recipes
A homemade breadcrumb and veggie topping takes this chicken and noodle casserole, well, over the top.
Your slow cooker makes homemade chicken noodle soup a breeze! Stir in a scoop of reduced-fat cream cheese to thicken up the broth and serve with a chunk of your favorite bread or some crackers.
This cozy casserole is inspired by hearty chicken noodle soup. Perfect for a hearty weeknight dinner, this delicious dish is ready to eat in just over an hour and is sure to please everyone in your family.
Purchased cooked chicken breast strips, frozen vegetables, and canned pasta sauces make it possible for busy cooks to come up with quick and easy dinner recipes. This dish takes advantage of those products and is ready to eat in 25 minutes.
Swiss cheese adds a rich flavor to the creamy sauce in this homestyle chicken and noodle casserole recipe.
Chicken soup is classic comfort food--and is widely known as a natural remedy for the common cold and other maladies--across the globe, but it's in America and Canada where noodles have become an essential ingredient, resulting in what we now know as "chicken noodle soup," one of the best-selling prepared soups in the United States. If you grew up eating chicken noodle soup from a can, however, your taste buds are in for a real treat once you learn how to make chicken noodle soup the way it was intended. Made from scratch with fresh ingredients and savory broth, this hearty soup is more than just broth and noodles. It's comfort itself, hot and steaming in a bowl.
Practically all cultures have their own version of a dumpling. From Italian gnocchi to Asian potstickers to Indian samosas, dumplings are a universal comfort food, and many were invented as a way of stretching dishes to feed just a few more people or use up bits of leftovers. It's fair to say that chicken and dumplings is the American "dumpling" of choice. The dish is most commonly associated with Southern cooking, though history indicates the recipe may have actually originated with the Pennsylvania Dutch.
Although one-pot meals have been around for decades, learning how to make broccoli casserole will provide you with one of the most familiar American versions to date.
When you thumb through cookbooks or surf the net looking for instructions on how to cook wild rice, you may be surprised to find out that wild rice isn't a rice at all, but instead a nutritious grain. In fact, it's the only cereal grain that's native to North America.
Spinach may be one of the first things that come to mind when we speak of the nutritional virtues of dark green leafy vegetables, which are great low-calorie sources of nutrients such as calcium, iron, and vitamins A and C. But it doesn't always top the list of foods people--especially kids--look forward to eating. The trick to making this "super food" a popular dish at your dinner table is knowing how to make spinach delicious and appealing to even the pickiest of eaters.