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This was so good! The first time I made it the sauce didn't quite coat all the noodles so we added some extra butter to them. After making this recipe again I doubled the sauce and it was more than enough to cover all the noodles. 1.5 servings of the sauce may be more appropriate but it was better to have extra than not enough.
This is a simple flavorful chicken. I used two shortcuts. I skipped the roasted garlic step and just used crushed garlic and I used soup chicken rather than chicken breasts. I would recommend the first shortcut but not the second.
Yummy but not over the top amazing. I wanted to try this recipe as written so I could tailor it to our tastes. Having now tried it as written I would definitely double the sauce (as said in previous reviews). I will also cut the chicken into strips as I think it would really add to the dish. My favorite bites were those with chicken and noodles. Egg noodles weren't necessary. Use any noodle on hand. I will also thicken the sauce a little next time. Overall a very enjoyable meal and I will definitely make this again.
This was one of the best chicken dishes I've had in a while and I'm giving this the full 5 stars but only after my adjustments which were not major. Most importantly I used half the amount of chicken so if you're following the recipe as written double everything but the chicken or the sauce will not be sufficient. I cut the raw chicken into bite sized pieces before tossing in flour and deep fried it until light brown. Everything else I did the same except I fried the chives in the sauce for a few minutes at the end. This was devoured!
I just made this for the second time using the 4 person recipe. It turned out MUCH better using the original quantities than scaling down. If you're cooking for two just make fewer noodles and only cook 2 chicken breasts. I wish I had taken a picture before we ate because it was really pretty this time too. Just make sure to plan ahead for the 30 minutes to roast the garlic! Otherwise the recipe doesn't take long to make at all.
absolutely fantastic!! the flavors are beautiful together and quite light! I only made a few small additions - I used a dry white wine to deglaze the pan before adding my garlic/juice mixture...and I also added a little cornstarch at the end to thicken the sauce - doubling the sauce ingredients also helps for better outcome:) Enjoy!
I was searching for a dairy free recipe with chicken & egg noodles and came across this one. I subbed olive oil for the butter & it was great! I'm sure it would be fantastic with butter but my son can't have it so olive oil it is. I did double the sauce recipe- definitely a must! There was barely enough sauce even with doubling it! I also used 2 chicken breasts to stretch it and cut it into strips and tossed into the pasta.
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