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Cold and flu season is here and while you might’ve gotten your flu shot and stocked up on cold meds, there’s nothing like a good ole’ chicken soup to make you feel better. In case you don’t have grandma’s recipe on hand, we’ve done the hard work for you! Check out these 5 super chicken soup recipes that will make you feel better and help kick that cold to the curb!
1. Jalapeno-Lime Chicken, Bean and Avocado Zucchini Noodle Soup
For a soup to make you feel better that’s also on the healthier side, check out this zucchini noodle based soup from Ali of Inspiralized. Using a spiralizer to create zucchini noodles or zoodles, this recipe is packed with hearty veggies, good protein, and some heat to help de-stuff your nose. Check out this yummy recipe!
2. Green Tea Chicken Soup
Green tea has been said to have some amazing healing properties, so why not add it to your soup like Bonnie of Thirsty for Tea? Using miso and green tea to create her broth, this Asian flavored soup is filled with soba noodles, chicken, mushrooms, carrots, celery, and onions. Yum!
3. Curry Chicken Noodle Soup
For a spicy spin on the original chicken noodle, Lauren from Healthy-Delicious adds in turmeric, curry paste, and coconut milk for a Thai inspired spin. With veggies, chicken, and egg noodles, this curry soup will have you bouncing back from your cold in no time!
4. Chinese Noodle Soup
Kitty from Vintage Kitty shares her take on this soup classic. With some Chinese inspiration, Kitty adds ginger, soy sauce, bok choy, and handmade noodles to up the flavor game on her chicken soup! If feeling a little adventurous while home sick- this is the recipe to try!
5. Thai Coconut Chicken Noodle Soup
If you love Thai food then this recipe from Laura of A Beautiful Plate is just the soup to make! Adding curry paste and coconut milk to chicken broth to create the base, this soup is filled with flavors such as kaffir lime and ginger! With chicken and soba noodles swirled in, this hearty recipe has a delicious kick!
What are your favorite ways to make chicken noodle? Share with us in the comments below!