The 15-minute procedure only requests a few key ingredients and an oven heated up to 400° — so get ready to get cooking.
To make the signature dish, [Rachel Ray](https://www.rachaelrayshow.com/recipe/14476AmyRoloffChickenNoodleRollover/)_ wrote on her website that you will need three cups of either handmade or store-bought chicken soup, in addition to a box of pasta (Rachel seemingly recommends penne rigate) and one cup of cheddar cheese.
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Once you have all of these ingredients present, it is time to get to work!
You will want to start off by bringing a large pot of salted water to a boil, and once you reach said boiling point, pour the pasta in and cook until al dente. For those unfamiliar with cooking terms, “al dente” means “cooked to be firm to the bite.”
After draining the pasta and placing back in the pot, add the soup and “toss to combine.”
From here, you will need to transfer the pasta and soup mixture into a baking dish and add the cup of cheddar cheese on top. Place the baking dish with all the ingredients into the oven and bake for roughly 15 minutes, until the dish feels warm and looks bubbly.
And there you have it!
Amy has certainly made a name for herself when it comes to cooking. She released a cookbook back in 2012 called Short and Simple Family Recipes, which was a collaborative effort with Chris Cardamone. According to the book’s description, the read “contains 75 recipes from Amy’s kitchen with easy-to-follow instructions for preparation.”
“Organized by courses and meals — For Starters, Breakfast or Brunch, Lite Lunch Fare, Time to Gather: Family Meals, Kids Corner, Simple Sides, and Sweet Endings and Baked Goodness — the recipes include mouthwatering, easy-to-prepare favorites such as Scallop Pesto Crustini, Crabby Cakes, Cowboy Eggs, Farm Country Omelet, Ham, Cheese, Turkey, and Avocado Panini, Southwestern Slaw, Amy’s Pork Fried Rice, Roast Pork with Spiced Apples, Mike D’s Hamburger Pie, Roloff Farm Rustic Peach and Berry Cobbler, Birthday Cake in a Bag, and Bananas Foster.”
This book is definitely a must-have if you have ever drooled over these meals on Little People, Big World!