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It’s that time of year again when the cold weather sets in and all you want is a big bowl of chicken noodle soup.

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But what to serve with it for dinner if you want a more hearty meal with this mouth-watering dish?

There are some ideas in this article that can make your meal even more enjoyable.

Let’s figure it out!

What is chicken noodle soup?

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Chicken noodle soup is a classic dish that has been around for centuries.

It is the perfect meal choice when you need something to warm your body and soothe your soul without any fuss.

Chicken noodle soup can be different in each cuisine (from Asian to French or American cuisine), but it is mainly made from a delicious chicken broth for the best soup, noodles, and served with slices of boneless chicken and vegetables or herbs on top.

Chicken is simmered in water with other fragrant vegetables and herbs for hours to produce the most flavorful and rich liquid.

The chicken bones are removed and the meat is sliced into bite-sized pieces before the dish is served on the table.

This dish is always served hot and is sure to please everyone in your family on cold days.

What to consider when choosing a chicken noodle soup’s side dish for dinner?

What to serve for dinner can be a daunting question, especially when you don’t have a lot of time.

Chicken noodle soup can be a good solution to this question.

But have you ever wondered how to choose a good side dish for chicken noodle soup?

We have got you covered.

Here are some tips that can help you have the best meal that features chicken noodle soup and other side dishes:

Consider if you want another starchy dish to serve alongside your chicken noodle soup

Since chicken noodle soup already contains noodles that work as the main carb and help fill your empty stomach, you can choose another starchy side dish or omit any other carb accompaniment per your preference.

Some people even cut down their carbs for dinner because they want their tummy to be relieved at night.

So even when you serve your chicken noodle soup with a starchy side dish like sandwiches or potatoes, it should be served in a small portion indeed.

There is no need for a heavy side dish to serve for dinner

It is recommended to not opt for a heavy side dish to serve with chicken noodle soup for dinner.

For example, a dish that is made with a lot of dairy products or contains a lot of protein from meat or carb from grains or lentils is not a good choice in this case.

5 best side dishes to serve with chicken noodle soup for dinner

Below are the five side dishes that can help complement your dinner with chicken noodle soup:

1.     Baked potatoes

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You can opt for baked potatoes or sweet potatoes to accompany chicken noodle soup for dinner.

Potatoes have a slightly sweet and earthy flavor that works as a perfect addition to your meal.

And if a bowl of chicken noodle soup is not enough for you for dinner, baked potatoes can help fill your stomach without being too heavy and overpowering.

2.     Green salad

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For those who are looking for a lighter and healthier option, a bowl of green salad is ideal.

You can mix different kinds of veggies in your salad with your favorite salad dressing to have the best salad for your dinner.

3.     Ham and cheese roll-ups

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Ham and cheese roll-ups can be a good option to serve along with your chicken noodle soup.

The rollups are a little cheesy, rich, and perfect to enjoy with the hot bowl of chicken noodle soup.

This side dish is also quick and easy to make, so it won’t take you a lot of time to prepare for dinner.

4.     Crackers

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You can also serve crackers as a good side dish for your chicken noodle soup.

The crunchy texture of crackers will go perfectly with tender noodles and chicken meat, while the hot soup can warm your body and provide nutrients.

5.     Cold-cut deli sandwich

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A cold-cut deli sandwich can be another quick and nutritious accompaniment for chicken noodle soup.

You can feel the contrast when a hot dish is served with a cold dish in your dinner.

The best part is that these dishes are both easy to make and won’t make you feel too full at night.

The bottom line

There are many great ideas for dinner to accompany your chicken noodle soup.

We have listed the five side dishes that we find best to serve alongside a hot bowl of noodle soup.

Which one sounds best to you?

Do you like a more filling option like a sandwich or a light salad to pair with chicken noodle soup?

Let us know in the comment section below!

Emily W.

Emily Wong is an Asian-American food writer the founder of With nearly 8 years of experience, she has a passion for making cooking accessible to everyone and sharing her personal experiences with food. Emily's vision for is to create a community of food lovers who are passionate about cooking, eating, and sharing their experiences with others. Read my story
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