1Put the broth on medium heat to warm in a large stockpot or sauce pan.
2Add the diced chicken first to cook if not already cooked through for five minutes, then add the rice noodles to cook for five minutes.
If cooked through add to broth with the rice noodles and cook for five minutes.
3Then add the rest of the ingredients. Taste the broth after it cooks for five more minutes and add salt to taste. Cook for approximately 20-25 minutes until noodles and chicken are cooked through.
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