I’m excited to share this Easy Chicken Orzo Soup recipe right after the Thanksgiving holiday. This recipe is very easy to make. Chopping the leeks, carrots and celery is the most difficult part of the entire recipe.
Serve this soup for dinner with a salad and some crusty bread or serve the leftovers for lunch. My three kids have been home all week, and they loved this recipe! We tried it with chopped kale instead of spinach, and it turned out great.
If you have leftover turkey, substitute it for the chopped rotisserie chicken. Also, instead of using a rotisserie chicken, you can use 11/2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken thighs or breasts and cook them prior to adding the carrot, celery and leeks. Remove them before adding the pasta and then place them back in the soup with the spinach and dill.