Whether you are sick, cold, hot, or just hungry, chicken noodle soup is always welcome at any table. Easily parable, delicious, and incredibly versatile, chicken needle soup can find quickly find a companion in almost all food categories. One category that fits chicken noodle soup exceptionally well is the sandwich category, which enriches the entire experience making it colorful and fun. So what sandwich goes with chicken noodle soup?
Tuna sandwich, fried egg sandwich, grilled cheese sandwich, ham and mushroom sandwich, turkey sandwich, hamburger, hot dog, vegetable sandwich, sausage sandwich, meatball sandwich, and grilled chicken are some of the best sandwich combinations for chicken noodle soup.
Choosing the proper sandwich to combine with your chicken noodle soup will significantly enrich your meal and the entire experience. As a rule, chicken noodle soup goes best with toasted and crunchy sandwiches, but it doesn’t mean that you can’t have it with a soft and juicy sandwich. In the following paragraphs, I will give you some ideas to make the most of your chicken noodle soup and your sandwich.
Not everyone would agree that mixing chicken noodle soup and tuna is the best decision, but it is a safe bet that you will love it. The best thing about this combination is that the opposing tuna and chicken tastes are compatible in this case, and they merge nicely into a single unit.
To make a tuna sandwich, you need canned tuna, spongy sandwich bread, a few onion rings, and pickles. Place them in the sandwich bread and enjoy the mixture of flavors.
Fried Egg Sandwich
There’s nothing that doesn’t go with a fried egg sandwich. So delightfully rich yet incredibly simple, the fried egg sandwich combined with the humble chicken noodle soup is a beautiful meal idea.
For the sandwich, you’ll need to fry an egg on both sides, place it gently inside a toasty warm sandwich bread, and garnish it with cucumber slices and deli meat of your choice. You will absolutely love the crunchy sandwich crust followed by the creamy egg and fresh cucumber intertwined with the smoky whiff of the deli meat. To top this off, have a spoonful of your chicken noodle soup and let the flavors play.
Grilled Cheese Sandwich
When you don’t know what to pair your chicken noodle soup with, go for the grilled cheese sandwich. The cheesy, tangy flavor, balanced with the chicken noodle soup gentility, will create a flavor explosion in your mouth. You can’t go wrong with an all-time classic like this.
Put a lot of cheese between the sandwich bread buns and cover one bun with cheese too. Grill the cheesy side of the sandwich, and do the same with the other side when it is done. You will get a cheese-filled and cheese-wrapped sandwich, which doesn’t get much better.
Ham and Mushroom Sandwich
Something about ham and mushrooms makes them one of the best food combinations. The earthy flavor of the mushrooms goes hand in hand with the smoky flavor of the ham. These two intense flavors could use some balancing, which is where the chicken noodle soup comes into play.
A bite of the ham and mushroom sandwich, followed by a spoonful of chicken noodle soup, is guaranteed to awaken your each taste bud.
Throw some champignon mushrooms on the frying pan and let them sizzle, seasoned with herbal spices. Place the ham slices between the soft sandwich buns and top them with mushrooms. Add a pickle or two to this story and enjoy your meal.
Turkey sandwiches and chicken noodle soup are best buddies; this list wouldn’t be complete if the turkey sandwich weren’t on it. The juicy turkey slices with sauces of your choosing spruced up with some thin veggie slices, such as green bell pepper or another veggie delight, will create a celebration in your mouth you will undoubtedly want to repeat.
The turkey sandwich needs turkey slices, and veggies snugged up comfortably between two soft toasty sandwich buns. Done in under a minute, the turkey sandwich will complement your chicken noodle soup, creating an experience you will never forget.
The juicy burger patty stuck between two sesame-sprinkled burger buns garnished with a pickle and some fries is definitely an excellent companion to your chicken noodle soup. The burger only needs some sauces and lots of love, and it will turn out great.
The softness of the burger patty mixed with the sauces and the possible fries will bring out the best from your chicken noodle soup. On the other hand, the chicken noodle soup will tame the fiery burger, giving it a more delicate whiff.
This may sound a bit unusual, but the good old hot dog goes delightfully well with chicken noodle soup. Flavor it the way you like with the famous mustard and ketchup toppings, and enjoy it with a spoonful of chicken noodle soup. The mild-tasting, almost neutral wiener in the hot dog sandwich is the perfect blank canvas on which to paint your culinary picture.
The noodles from the soup will be a great addition to the whole story, and you will find them delightful combined with the soft hot dog texture.
A veggie sandwich is definitely the most versatile item on this list. It goes with a variety of soups and stews, so it is only logical to list it here as well. The veggies and bead combination will pair the chicken noodle soup perfectly, giving you the feeling of having chicken and veggies.
You can add whatever veggies you want to your veggie sandwich, but I’d recommend sliced tomatoes, baked bell peppers, grilled mushrooms, and onion rings. You can also top it with fresh tomato sauce and add basil.
There’s nothing as satisfying as a grilled sausage between two pieces of bread that have already soaked the flavorful grease from the sausage. You can have this sandwich with absolutely nothing added to it, but you can go ahead and experiment with other tastes such as tartar sauce, salsa sauce, or even plain mayo.
The sausage sandwich and the chicken noodle soup are highly compatible, as the soup’s mildness could use the sausage’s intensity. Combined, the chicken noodle soup and the sausage sandwich will be something you will want to repeat.
Like the hamburger, the meatball sandwich uses the same type of meat, but unlike the hamburger, it reminds me of home and of a simpler time. There’s something nostalgic about meatballs that don’t only feed you but brings delightful sensations you gladly come back to.
A few meatballs between the sandwich buns covered in tomato sauce and chicken noodle soup will undoubtedly become a frequent and permanent member of your home menu.
Boiled Egg and Cheese Sandwich
With egg boiling being the most complicated part of making this sandwich, there’s no need to emphasize how easy it is to make. The boiled egg and the chicken noodle soup are a match made in heaven, which is how it feels when you have them combined.
To make the boiled egg sandwich, you need to boil some eggs, slice them up and line them nicely over a buttered sandwich bun. Add some cheese and sliced olives, and top everything with a leaf of lettuce. The boiled egg yolk combined with the bread is washed down by the chicken noodle soup, leaving you an aftertaste that lingers on.
Corn Cheese Sandwich
The corn cheese sandwich is the sandwich very few talk about when everyone should know it. To make this sandwich throw some canned corn kernels on the sandwich bun and top them with grated cheese. Press the sandwich in a sandwich maker for the cheese to melt, fusing the ingredients together.
This sandwich goes excellently with chicken noodle soup for two reasons; the crunchy exterior of the sandwich is highly compatible with soft, almost creamy noodles in the soup, and the second reason is that the chicken soup flavor meshes incredibly well with the corn flavor.
The famous bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich is one of the best things that could happen to your chicken noodle soup. Juicy, smoky, and fresh, this sandwich offers taste, texture, and style. Pairing it with your chicken noodle soup would mean fine home dining, as the tastes mixed together to create an elegant yet folksy feeling.
Requiring nothing more than enthusiasm and a few slices of bacon, lettuce, and tomato, garnish your BLT sandwich with sauces of your choosing and enjoy the flavor explosion.
This Italian sandwich will amaze and astound you with both its simplicity and flavor. This is a toasted sandwiched filled with tasty mozzarella. The mozzarella melts incredibly well, giving your sandwich a delicious creamy interior. In contrast, the mozzarella that managed to penetrate the bread and, believe me, will give your sandwich a nice, crunchy, and cheesy exterior.
The carroza is best described as an Italian grilled cheese sandwich, and it is no wonder it made its way on this list as a very suitable pair for your chicken noodle soup. The taste of the soup is very compatible with the Carozza taste, as the soft and tender mozzarella is much like the gentle and understated chicken noodle soup flavor.
Grilled Chicken Sandwich
It would be a shame not to mention the grilled chicken sandwich, as it fully deserves a spot on this list. There’s no need to explain why the chicken noodle soup goes excellent with the grilled chicken sandwich, but it suffices to say that going through life without trying this combination is a waste.
For this sandwich, you will need a sliced grilled chicken breast, some cherry tomatoes, and lettuce topped with sour cream and parmesan sauce. Follow each bite with a spoon of soup and enjoy.