Can you freeze chicken gnocchi soup?Yes, you can absolutely freeze this chicken soup. Make sure it is fully cooled and sealed in a freezable container before you put it in the freezer. You can safely keep your soup in the freezer for up to three months (labeling the date is a good idea to help you keep track).
Can you make chicken gnocchi soup ahead of time?
Yes, you can make your chicken gnocchi soup ahead of time. Don't make it longer than a few days ahead of time, though a day before is probably best. Once cooked, let it cool and keep it in an airtight container in the fridge. When you are ready to eat it, heat it up on low heat in a pan. It may slightly thicker after being stored in the fridge but you can add a little water to stir through if this is the case.
What do you serve with chicken gnocchi soup?
A great serving suggestion for this soup is to have it with a lovely toasted Chiabbata. It complements this dish perfectly. Toasted ciabatta dipped into this soup is really satisfying. However, this is a really filling soup so it isn't necessary to serve it with anything if you don't want to.
Are gnocchi dumplings?
Yes, gnocchi is a type of dumpling made using mainly potato. They have a history in European cuisine but are most traditionally known in Italian cooking.
What type of gnocchi can/ should I use in this recipe?
What's great about this recipe is that you can use any type of gnocchi for this dish. This includes any size of gnocchi; Gluten-free Gnocchi, sweet potatoe gnocchi or homemade gnocchi. If you can name a type of gnocchi, then you can be sure it will work in this recipe.
Can you make chicken Gnocchi soup in a Crock-Pot?
Yes, you can definitely cook this recipe in a crockpot or slow cooker.
you start in the same way by following the method of sauteing the onions, celery, and then the carrots once you have added the flour in. You add this saute mix to your slow cooker, add the chicken broth or stock, and the prepared cooked chicken.
Leave this to cook in your crockpot on low for about 4 hours then add the gnocchi, spinach, and cream and leave to cook on low for another 45 minutes. Your gnocchi should be soft and tender and your soup is ready to eat.
Can I make this soup dairy or/ and gluten-free?
You can definitely make this soup gluten-free. Replace the normal plain flour with corn starch and make sure you get gluten-free gnocchi (or make your own homemade gluten-free gnocchi).
However, this dish probably won't work dairy-free. You just wouldn't get the same creamy texture and flavor.