Amish Style Chicken & Noodles

This is an Amish Chicken & Noodles recipe we found years ago and we have adapted to our taste. I find this especially good because it makes a large batch. We make it the first day with homemade mashed potatoes. The second day we eat the leftovers without the mashed potatoes. This is another one of my favorite meals. Very easy to make but it takes a little longer for prepping and worth every minute!

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Only nine ingredients in this great tasting dish!

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Boil your noodles and drain, set aside.

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Cube the chicken breasts and dice the onion. Cook in butter until chicken is no longer pink and onion is tender.

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In a large pan, whisk soup and milk until smooth. Add vegetables and bring to a boil cooking until vegetables are tender. Turn to a simmer, add noodles, salt and pepper, chicken & onion. Simmer until hot.

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Boil diced potatoes, drain, mash with 1 Tbl butter, splash of milk or cream, salt and pepper to taste. Serve with chicken & noodles mixture.

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Amish Style Chicken & Noodles

Ingredients

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4 medium chicken breasts, boneless & skinless, cut into 1″ cubes

1 medium onion, diced

3 Tbl butter

3 cans cream of chicken soup

1 soup can milk

16 oz wide noodles

8 oz frozen mixed vegetables

salt and pepper to taste

splash of milk or cream

salt & pepper to taste

Directions

In a frying pan over medium heat, cook the chicken and the onions in 2 Tbl of butter until the chicken is no longer pink and the onion is tender. In a large pot cook the noodles until tender then drain. In a large pan whisk the soup and the milk until smooth. Stir in the vegetables, salt and pepper to taste. Bring to a boil over medium heat until veggies are tender. Turn to a simmer and add the chicken/onion mixture and noodles. Simmer until warm. Boil the potato cubes until tender. Drain the water and add 1 Tbl butter, a splash of milk or cream, salt and pepper to taste. Mash the potato mixture. Serve noodle mixture over the mashed potatoes.

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