Fall Recipe Favorite

Works for Me WednesdayMy time living in Ohio still leaves me chilled to the bone. For this Southern girl, I can’t handle that kind of cold. But what I did take away was some incredible recipes for warming up the soul.

One of my favorites is this Chicken and Noodle dish. It’s not a soup and it’s supposed to be poured over mashed potatoes. {Hello! Can you say Carb Overkill?? – It’s a stick-to-your-ribs kinda meal!} However you eat it, bottom-line is it’s YUM!

Easy Chicken and Noodles

1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 can chicken broth
1 can shredded chicken
1 bag Reame’s Frozen Egg Noodles (or I use a couple handfuls of Amish noodles)

Add chicken, soups and broth to a pot and bring to a boil. Add egg noodles and cook on med/low heat for 45 minutes (until noodles are done). Season to taste.


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  • There’s a restaurant we always go to when I visit my mother in Columbus, Ohio (I’m a New Yorker) called “Der Dutchmann.” And that noodles and mashed potatoes dish is on the menu! I think it looks a bit much, too, but I bet it’s amazing. Never did try it but I’m certainly going to give your recipe a try! It looks really easy and perfect for a cold evening!

  • Okay, I was savoring the recipe and didn’t notice that you actually live in Ohio. Have you ever been to Der Dutchmann? It’s in Plain City but I think there are more than one. We love it!

    • Oh, I don’t live there anymore. I begged my husband to take me a further south. We’re in Missouri now. 😉 However, when we go to Shipshewana, IN we always eat at a place that I believe it’s called Der Dutchmann. Not entirely sure though. They have wonderful food too!

  • der dutchmann is a chain. just north of columbus there’s an independent amish rest. called dutch kitchen. there’s one near akron that’s MY FAVORITE called hartville kitchen. YUMMY! their chicken is beyond fantastic.

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