That's what we're calling it. Noodle Coodle is an on-the-fly concoction I threw together for tonight's supper.
The name comes from The Simpsons. In an episode, Mr. Burns is running for governor and his advisers set up a dinner at Homer's place. The idea is that Burns would appear to be reaching out to the common man through the televised and staged event. Monty Burns and Waylon Smithers show up at the door. Burns holds a casserole dish and announces, " I brought Noodle Coodle."
Noodle Coodle is the politically correct dish that the common man eats. It has noodles in it, and there is no doubt that Campbell's Soup is involved.
My version of Noodle Coodle has the key ingredients. That being noodles (Kluski) and Campbell's Cream of Celery Soup. I tossed in boneless and skinless chicken thighs, fresh mushrooms, mixed vegetables, almonds, and a topping of French's French Fried Onions.
Voila! Noodle Coodle.