Crostini are easy to make at home using just 3-ingredients – bread, olive oil and salt. This simple crostini recipe is the perfect appetizer for parties. You can make them ahead of time and serve them with a variety of toppings.
This Arugula Salad recipe with red wine vinaigrette is my go-to green salad. The arugula has a peppery bite to it which pairs wonderfully with the acid in the vinaigrette. It’s the perfect salad for pairing with rich dishes.
Add a healthy boost of nutrients to your dinner with this easy Sauteed Spinach. Baby spinach is added to a skillet along with garlic and olive oil, then sauteed gently to create a simple side dish that pairs with any meal!
This delicious Italian Radicchio Salad is dressed in a creamy lemon-vinaigrette and tossed with buttery calvestrano olives, tasty breadcrumbs and nutty parmesan cheese. And, a special tip ensures that your radicchio won't be bitter!
This simple Shirazi Salad recipe features fresh cucumbers, juicy tomatoes, and crisp red onion. Dressed with plenty of fresh herbs and tossed with a tangy dressing made with lime juice and olive oil. Every bite is bursting with refreshing flavors!
This Tomato Cucumber Salad features fresh cucumbers, juicy tomatoes, and crisp red onion. Dressed in a tangy homemade red wine vinaigrette, every bite is bursting with refreshing Mediterranean flavors!
This easy Olive Spread (Olive Tapenade) comes together in just 10 minutes in your food processor or blender. It's amazing as an appetizer for parties, served as part of a charcuterie board, or used as a sandwich spread.
Sunchokes are a knobby root vegetable that can be prepared in more ways than you can imagine! In this recipe, you’ll learn how to roast them with olive oil, garlic, and thyme. It’s an easy side dish you can pair with anything.
This Shaved Fennel Salad comes together quickly and has such a delicious light lemon vinaigrette and wonderful crunch. It's the perfect side salad for rich and hearty dishes like pasta or braised short ribs.
Caesar salad is a staple on restaurant menus across the country, but we’ve yet to find one as perfectly blended as this one – crisp romaine is tossed with creamy dressing, crunchy croutons and premium Parmesan. All hail Caesar!
Many of these chicken noodle soup side dish recipes can be made ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator for a few days or even in the freezer. Simply check the individual recipes for full storing instructions and details on how to make ahead.
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Wondering what to serve with chicken noodle soup? I’ve got you covered with these 25+ tasty sides. Salads, veggies & more! Try them with this Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup. It's packed with flavor, super easy and so satisfying.
Press SAUTE and add olive oil to Instant Pot. Once hot, add shallot, carrot and celery. Saute 2-3 minutes, until softened. Add garlic and saute 30 seconds longer. Hit CANCEL.
Add oregano, basil, bay leaf, chicken, broth, water and parmesan rind to the pot. Stir to combine.
Set pot to seal and cook on MANUAL high pressure for 10 minutes. It will take about 15 minutes for the pressure to build, then the countdown timer will begin.
When the cook time ends, allow the pressure to naturally release for 10 minutes. Then, carefully release the remaining pressure by turning the steam release valve to vent and remove the lid.
Transfer the chicken to a bowl and discard the bay leaf and parmesan rind.
Press SAUTE and bring the soup to a boil. Add egg noodles and cook until tender, about 5 minutes.
Meanwhile, shred the chicken using two forks. When the noodles are done cooking, return the chicken to the pot. Add parsley and lemon juice and season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve with a dollop of sour cream if desired. Enjoy!
How to Freeze:
You can definitely freeze this soup. However, the pasta will become soggy, and the soup will become thicker as the pasta will continue to soak up that liquid. To solve this, I like to prepare the soup without the pasta, then when I’m ready to serve it, I add some cooked pasta to the warm soup.