OH MY!!! This dish is amazing! Comfort food carbs at their finest! 🙂
I love this dish at Bob Evans….I love this one even more!
Chicken Noodles in Slow Cooker
4 chicken breasts
4 C chicken broth
1 stick butter, sliced
2 cans cream of chicken soup
1 1/2 carrots, chopped
1/2 sweet onion, chopped
Pepper to taste
Opt: Celery stalk chopped
Add broth and soup into Crockpot, add veggies, chicken, and butter. Cook on low for 6 hours.
Take chicken out and shred using two forks. Add shredded chicken back to Crockpot and add noodles and pepper. Cook on low for 2 hours. Will be thick and delicious!
I serve over mashed potatoes…. don’t judge! 🙂
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Tired Of Takeout? Cook At Home With These Handy Tips
Culinary skills can be called upon to improve your life in many ways. It’s safe to say that everyone loves to eat, especially when the dish was prepared by you or a family member! Nevertheless, many people would like to improve their skills. This article can help you improve upon your cooking!
Prepare as much of your recipe as you can ahead of time. Having everything prepared before you begin cooking is important. When you’re ready to begin cooking and have set your deadline to finish, you can get really stressed. Having as much prep work done as possible will save you both time and frustration!
If you want to start cooking more, go to the bookstore or library and get a cookbook of simple and basic recipes that appeal to you. Be patient, and try several recipes. Like any skill, cooking can take practice.
As with many other things in life, one of the keys to making great meals for your family is preparation. Make sure you have all the ingredients ready. Plan your meal a day in advance to make sure you have everything you need. With a good plan and everything in place, you will feel far less anxious.
Slice your meat very thinly for stir-fry dishes. This process may take a very long time, and it takes practice. When the meat feels firm, pull it from the freezer and cut across the grain at a 45 degree angle.
Your spices should be stored in any area that is dark and cool. The shelf life of spices is greatly reduced if they are exposed to heat, humidity, or light. Storing your spices in a dark location with a lower temperature will help preserve them longer. Better tasting meals are the result of the ingredients you use, including the freshest spices possible.
As you can see, cooking can be easy. With the right techniques, creating delicious dishes for family and friends can suddenly become a breeze! Now that you have been introduced to these great tips and tricks, you just need to make the time to go and give them a try!