Baked Chicken Breast in Noodles

Transparent vermicelli is my favorite type of noodle. It could be in soups, stir fried,or baked no matter how I toss it on the wok, it's delicious. Vermicelli is a light noodle making it a delicate yet yummy addition to any dish.

This recipe is baked chicken with vermicelli noodles combined with several vegetables - one veggie of a special kind is black mushroom / fungus. You could serve it with rice or with salad, either way, it will be delicious!
Some of you might not know what black mushroom is, another name for this wonder eat is cloud ears fungus, you can get the details in the link provided.


4 Chicken Breasts
1 bag of Vermicelli Noodles
1 cup of Cherry Tomatoes
1 cup of Cloud Ears Fungus, sliced into 1/8 inch strips
18 dried Bamboo Shoots
1/2 Yellow Onion, sliced into 1/4 inch squares
4 Green Onion, cut 1/4 inch pieces
1 bunch of Cilantro florets, cut into 3/4 inch
1 Lemon, pepper, salt

After you have all the ingredients chopped according to the above descriptions, set them aside. Place the chicken breasts in a sheet of aluminum foil, sprinkle salt and pepper to taste, squeeze half the lemon juice on the chicken breasts. Place the entire in a Pyrex cooking dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes

Add the rest of the ingredients, except for the green onion and cilantro, by spreading them evenly on and around the chicken breasts. The juice from the chicken breast should be saturating the veggies and marinate them. If looks too dry, you might want to add a little virgin olive oil or a little bit of water. Bake for another 15- 20 minutes. Garnish with cilantro and green onions.

I managed to take a couple of photos of this dish before it gets attacked. But that isn't the only reason I have to hurry. When I take photos for my post, I have to be quick because my camera is a battery sucker. It takes a few photos and already needs charging. I heard that nikon camera batteries are long lasting, but have never had any experience with a Nikon before. Do you use Nikon? How do you like it?

Thanks for stopping by today.


  1. Thanks for sharing your blues. Please leave a comment for me.

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  2. Hi..
    Loui♥ here..
    beautiful post..
    i am a Nikon user..
    had the D40, which either was a lemon or cheaply made..even tho I loved it.. and the fabulous photos it took.. had to be replaced because of broken mechanisms on 4 different occasions within a 2 year period.
    now have a Nikon D3000..
    still learning to love it as well as did the D40..
    the batteries for each are lithium ion battery which is recharged when not in use.
    my memory card holds about 750 photos..and the battery serves very well during the shoot..
    I really do enjoy the Nikon cameras..
    am not sure which camera you are speaking of..
    but I personally would never use a camera which takes regular AA batteries..they do not hold up..
    better to be prepared than to lose a shot..
    hope this was helpful!
    ps.. an extended warranty was worth the money.
    warmest hugs..

  3. That sure looks good except for ummm maybe the fungus, ha! Have a wonderful week!


  4. I will give this recipe to my fiance - he's the cook in the house!

  5. Oh boy, this is mouth-watering dish for me, even though I'm stuffed!

  6. I never heard of "transparent" vermicelli. I will have to try this as I love pasta! It is so versatile.

  7. Hmmmm... delicious! I've always been wary of using vermicelli with salt dishes because I used to have it with sweet ones as a child.
    This has convinced me that it works both ways.

  8. OH! This looks incredible. I cannot wait to try it. I love how to a recipe that looks complicated and give us readers the confidence to go for it.

    Russo @

  9. That looks so yummy! Now I know what to make for dinner tonight. Thanks for the idea.

  10. yum yum... with this kind of weather, this is just what i need. yummilicous!

  11. After leaving my comment here I'm heading right to the!

    Looks like a delicious recipe.
    I need to try it out.

    Betty xo

  12. I love noodles and this looks absolutly delicious!! Thanks for the recipe~
    I have a sony cybershot now and so far the battery power lasts a few days..I found out that when I replaced them (put them in a charger which holds 4), I'd often mix them up. It caused a lot of trouble with my camera. Well I read somewhere they have to be the same..not different. (one could still have juice)?

  13. i love transparent noodles too Amanda, and it is my father's favorite noodles as well. your post makes me hungry, and at the same time inspires me to make this tonight :)

  14. This looks yummy! I"ll have to try and find these noodles.

  15. Looks yummy.. have a nice day

  16. Thanks for linking this to Let's Do Brunch. I love this dish. If I make it, it will be one of my favorites. I can tell by the wonderful ingredients. I am not a big fan of meat but chicken is close to my heart.

    We are featuring this so come on by, Wednesday and take a peek and by all means, add another recipe for us to enjoy.

  17. I left you a comment under Comfy Cook. That is me, My Sweet and Savory. CHaya

  18. Thank you for linking this yummy recipe to Let's Do Brunch! It was a pleasure to feature it today!


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