What Sandwich Goes Good With Chicken Noodle Soup

9. Potato and sweet corn chowder and a lobster roll

Seafood is the main ingredient in chowders, but it’s not necessary. If you’re not a fan of seafood in your soups, this creamy roast potato and sweet corn chowder is a great substitute. Although it is a simple recipe to prepare, roasting the potatoes beforehand is a time-consuming step. However, if you have the time, the finished product is delicious, with gouda, maple syrup, and chipotles in adobo sauce balancing the soup’s creamy flavor.

And as if that wasn’t luxurious enough, a lobster roll on the side would truly make it unforgettable. The richness of the lobster meat is enhanced by a wide range of seasonings, including Old Bay, celery salt, lemon, parsley, and even lemongrass, which results in an amazing sandwich.

Overall, this is a great combination, but it takes a lot of time, and lobster is expensive as we all know.

14. Crab and corn chowder and avocado and poached egg toast

Chowders come in a variety of varieties; they are generally thick, creamy soups prepared with milk or heavy cream. They are unquestionably the perfect food in cold weather—warm, filling, and satisfying.

This recipe for crab and corn chowder incorporates seafood, which is a great option for chowders. This is a fairly straightforward recipe that calls for adding crabmeat, onion, carrot, potato, and corn to the soup. Notably, the soup has more richness because this recipe uses créme fraîche rather than milk or heavy cream.

However, the sourdough avocado toast with a poached egg is what really elevates this dish. Open-faced may be the best option because, although it can be easily transformed into a sandwich, it will still be messy. The asparagus spears in this recipe are to be cooked just a little bit, then topped with sliced avocado and a poached egg. Overall, the recipe is sure to provide a satisfying midday meal, but it does require some work, which may turn some people away. It’s probably best to make plans in advance if you want to attend.

5. Chicken noodle soup and a BLT

There are times when sticking to the fundamentals is necessary, and homemade chicken noodle soup is unsurpassed. Not to disparage prepared foods, which can be quite fulfilling, but creating it from scratch gives you access to a richness of flavor that packaged goods struggle to match.

It’s also a very adaptable soup that’s delicious all year round but especially essential in the winter. If you’re not sure where to begin, try this quick and simple chicken noodle soup recipe. It is fairly simple, requiring egg noodles, celery stalk, onion, carrots, and spices, such as thyme. It also allows you to save time by using a precooked rotisserie chicken (making your own chicken and chicken broth will only make it more flavorful).

Try serving this with a traditional BLT to keep things simple. The recipe that is linked keeps things simple but calls for a simple homemade aioli and incorporates a light honey and cayenne glaze for the bacon for some extra heat. All in all, a satisfying, quick, anytime combo.

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