How To Heat Up Rao’s Chicken Noodle Soup

Bring Rao’s Made for Home® Soup into your home! This chicken gnocchi soup is packed with gnocchi, chicken, carrots, onions, spinach, and celery, and it begins with a creamy chicken broth. Share Link.

One of our favorite pasta sauces, Rao’s, is available at the grocery store. You can therefore imagine my delight when I discovered that the company was introducing a line of jarred, microwaveable Italian-style soups at the Fancy Food Show this past summer. After having the opportunity to try a few that day, I have been eagerly awaiting more. Well, today is my lucky day. Actually, today is also your lucky day because the soups will be available in stores nationwide as of right now.

Truthfully, I was a little skeptical about this one. I figured the gnocchi would be mushy after sitting in the jar, but I was wrong. The soup is creamy (it’s made with cream, so it’s not like straight chicken broth) and the gnocchi has a nice bite to it. The soup also has decent pieces of chicken, carrots, onions, spinach, and celery. I did find myself wishing it had a bit more flavor, so I added some salt and pepper. Buy: Rao’s Chicken & Gnocchi, $4 for 16 ounces at Walmart

This is probably the best vegetable minestrone I’ve ever had from a grocery store shelf; it tastes a lot like homemade. Carrots, celery, onions, ditalini pasta, potatoes, zucchini, peas, red kidney beans, green beans, and chickpeas are all abundant in it. To get more servings out of it in the future, I would probably make some extra tomato broth and combine it with a jar.

The line includes six distinct soups: Pasta, Tomato Basil, Italian Wedding, Vegetable Minestrone, and Italian Chicken Noodle. Every soup is made with slow-simmered stock and premium ingredients (such as real vegetables, chicken free of antibiotics, and soft but not mushy noodles). Honestly, they’re all amazing, but I had one clear favorite.

This was, hands-down, my favorite. To make it, the folks at Rao’s simmer whole peeled tomatoes with carrots, celery, onion, basil, and garlic. Perhaps because it’s essentially Rao’s pasta sauce in soup form. And love? This soup tastes exactly like it was made with love. I’m already envisioning a long winter spent eating a lot of buttery grilled cheese sandwiches and Rao’s tomato basil soup.

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