Chicken Flavored Egg Noodles

We were looking for a store-bought, chicken-flavored dry noodle and we couldn’t find any on the market. So we made it. If you’re looking for the perfect homestyle noodle that already has chicken flavoring, our Chicken Flavored Egg Noodles are perfect for you.

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Easy Recipes to Make at Home

Adds Real Chicken Flavor

Based on our Original Homestyle Egg Noodle, but with the right amount of chicken flavoring to make meal just right. The flavoring is added to provide the noodle with its own chicken flavor to make it easier to produce a dish worthy of the rest of the ingredients.  Add some chicken or turkey and you have the perfect noodle to go with any dish. Though you can boil our noodles in water, we recommend you use boiling chicken broth or the soup or stew you are producing for even better results.  Our versatile chicken-flavored dry noodles can be prepared with a number of cooking methods.

Ingredients

  • Wheat flour (wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin)
  • Water
  • Dried Egg Yolk
  • Chicken Flavoring (salt, dextrose, modified food starch, monosodium glutamate, chicken fat, dehydrated onion, soybean oil, spice including turmeric, dehydrated garlic, disodium inosinate & disodium guanylate, spice extractives including paprika)
  • Coloring (water, FD&C yellow 5, FD&C yellow 6, citric acid, sodium benzoate as a trace amount)

Contains:  Wheat, Eggs

Wheat flour being poured into mixer to create noodles.
Nutritional Information for Chicken Flavored Egg Noodles

Nutritional Information 

6 servings per bag

Serving Size  2oz. (56g)

Amount per serving

Calories  150

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 1.5g 2% . Saturated Fat 0g 0% , Tans Fat 0g

Cholesterol 20mg 7%

Sodium 105mg 5%

Total Carbohydrates 30g  11%  Dietary Fiber 4g 14%, Total Sugars 0g Includes 0g Added Sugars 0%

Protein 6g

Vitamin D 0mg  0%

Calcium 17mg  2%

Iron 2mg  10%

Potassium 172mg  4%

*The % Daily Value tell you how much a nutrient in a serving food contributes to a daily diet.  2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.