I have had 2 boned chicken thighs languishing in the freezer so defrost them and worked out a recipe. With hindsight, it was a little too much. We did enjoy it though, so reckon for us, we could get away with just one chicken thigh and only one nest of dried noodles! You may need both depending on your appetite.
Here are the base ingredients: 2 chicken thighs cut into strips, 1/2 an onion, 2 rashers of streaky bacon - chopped, plus a few lettuce leaves for later.
Everything on the wooden board, except the lettuce, was gently fried to cook and soften. Then the items off the plate were added along with the stock cube, water and soya. 2 nests of fine dried noodles were also simmering in a pan of water and it is this water that we used for the sauce, rather than fresh. As the sauce cooked and slowly evaporated, the lettuce leaves were shredded and scattered into it.
The meat and vegetables in their sauce, were then poured on top of the strained noodles.