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Simple Chicken Noodle Recipe

Updated on April 10, 2011

My Family's Favorite Chicken Noodle Recipe

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Simple Chicken Noodle Recipe

1/2 lb. boneless Chicken

16 oz. Oriental Pancit Canton Noodles

1/2 lb. green beans / snow peas

1 cup baby carrots

1/4 cup. olive oil / canola oil

2 tbsp. soy sauce

3 cloves of garlic

1 medium onion

1 pc. chicken broth cube


salt (optional)


  1. Prepare all the ingredients. Slice the onions into small pieces. Mince the garlic. Slice carrots thinly. Snap off both ends of green beans / snow peas. (For green beans slice it diagonally of but not more than 2" long / for snow peas choose the young snow peas and don't slice it.) Slice chicken into bite size, do not have to be uniform in sizes but no more than 1 inch thick.
  2. Turn on stove into medium heat , put on a non-stick skillet (I use Green Pan by Todd English). Pour the 1/4 cup olive oil / canola oil into the skillet. Make sure to warm up the oil before adding the garlic. Garlic must be brownish, then add the sliced onions. Stir it (use the wooden spoon).
  3. Wait till all light brown then add the bite sized chicken and mix it all. Then pour the soy sauce, then chicken broth cube, and dash of pepper.
  4. Wait for chicken to glaze and golden brown, lower the heat of the stove if possible to avoid burning.
  5. When it is glazing, higher up the heat to medium. Then, add 2 cups of water. Cover it and let it simmer for few minutes. You can add dash of salt especially when you don't have chicken broth cube.
  6. While it's boiling add the carrots and green beans / snow peas. Then, add the noodles on top without stirring it.
  7. When the vegetable are already half-cooked (green beans or snow peas are of great taste when it is not over cooked), Mix it all slowly and lower the heat again. Stir and mix it until the noodles are cook.
  8. This will serve at least 4 person and could be served with a cup of steamed rice per serving or wheat bread.

Green Pan Todd English

This non-stick pan is so far the innovative, best buy and awesome pan that we had owned. After buying this pan, I never used other pan when cooking. I find it so easy to clean and even dishwasher friendly. Despite the good promise that they have, i still do my part of taking care of it when cooking. I used the wooden spoon to avoid scratches, and always follow the manufacturer's advice of how to use and maintain the quality of the pan.

Comparing this non-stick pan to other pan that i had before, i find the food more juicier and yummier. I had this pan for almost a year now and so far i have no problem about it. We bought the pan with the pot and the grilling pan.


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      minesgm 6 years ago from Texas

      That's great!!

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      Chris Montgomery 6 years ago from Irvine, CA

      Ooh yeah!

    • minesgm profile image

      minesgm 6 years ago from Texas

      That's good to know MosLadder. Hope you'll like oriental dishes.

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      Chris Montgomery 6 years ago from Irvine, CA

      Thanks for the recipe! I am printing it out and trying it tonight.

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      minesgm 6 years ago from Texas

      Trucstop Sally: It is firm like spaghetti but if you have the fresh noodles the procedure is the same.

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      Truckstop Sally 6 years ago

      Tasty dish! Are the noodles already soft? or firm like spaghetti before cooking?

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      minesgm 6 years ago from Texas

      Thanks sachin001, this is my family's favorite recipe. Easy to cook and nutritious.

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      Sachin 6 years ago from India

      Excellent. Thanks for such a delicious recipe.