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Zoë’s Kitchen Salmon with Orzo and Spinach

Zoë’s Kitchen Salmon with Orzo and Spinach

Swap out your white rice with fresh orzo. Pair this classic side with salmon, chicken, or another lean protein.

Swap out your white rice with fresh orzo. Pair this classic side with salmon, chicken, or another lean protein.

Ingredients

  • 2 cloves garlic, pressed
  • 2 lemons juiced and zested
  • 4 Tablespoons olive oil
  • Salt, to taste
  • Pepper, to taste
  • 1 1/2 lbs salmon fillet
  • 2 Tablespoons fresh mint, finely chopped
  • 6 Cups fresh spinach, packed
  • 1/2 Cup Kalamata olives
  • 1 pint Zoë’s Orzo “Tabouli”

Servings4

Calories Per Serving710

Folate equivalent (total)147µg37%

Riboflavin (B2)0.4mg23.2%


Zoe’s Kitchen Chicken Orzo Soup Copycat Recipe

This Zoe’s chicken orzo soup copycat recipe is my version of my family’s favorite soup at Zoe’s Kitchen. It took me several attempts, but this is my final result, and my family approves!

Zoe’s soup is made daily from pulled chicken, orzo pasta, celery, carrots and onion. The seasonings are not specified, but I feel sure that Zoe’s signature Spice of Life seasoning is used.

I LOVE Spice of Life and buy a bottle from Zoe’s every time I am running low. It is a perfect Greek seasoning blend that can be used in soups and on salads, chicken, fish, and anything that you want to season with Greek flavors. If you don’t have access to Zoe’s to buy Spice of Life, Cavendar’s Greek is another good option.

As with any soup, there is lots of wiggle room for personal preference. My family likes lots of flavor, so I have a fairly heavy hand with seasonings & spices. Where soup is concerned, I add lots of different elements to get a deep, complex flavor.

My soup is also a bit thicker than the Zoe’s, but to make it thinner, simply add more broth and seasonings (or less chicken).

Savvy Suggestions: The following products are great to have on hand in the cupboard or freezer to enable you to make soup any time the mood strikes.

  • frozen chicken breasts or tenderloins
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • fresh celery and carrots (to chop for soup)
  • fresh or frozen chopped onion
  • garlic (the Spice Island fresh whole cloves in a jar are wonderful)
  • chicken broth (canned Swanson is good homemade is great)
  • orzo, converted white rice, or ditalini pasta
  • chicken bouillon cubes (I use Knorr)
  • Better Than Bouillon chicken base
  • seasonings & spices (kosher salt, ground pepper, Greek seasoning)

The above ingredients can be combined and tweaked to make your own favorite version of this or any other chicken soup. Whether chicken noodle, chicken & rice, chicken orzo, or other, these staples will make a tasty and comforting soup in less than an hour.

I hope you enjoy this soup and would love to hear from you if you try it. Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy.


Zoe’s Kitchen Chicken Orzo Soup Copycat Recipe

This Zoe’s chicken orzo soup copycat recipe is my version of my family’s favorite soup at Zoe’s Kitchen. It took me several attempts, but this is my final result, and my family approves!

Zoe’s soup is made daily from pulled chicken, orzo pasta, celery, carrots and onion. The seasonings are not specified, but I feel sure that Zoe’s signature Spice of Life seasoning is used.

I LOVE Spice of Life and buy a bottle from Zoe’s every time I am running low. It is a perfect Greek seasoning blend that can be used in soups and on salads, chicken, fish, and anything that you want to season with Greek flavors. If you don’t have access to Zoe’s to buy Spice of Life, Cavendar’s Greek is another good option.

As with any soup, there is lots of wiggle room for personal preference. My family likes lots of flavor, so I have a fairly heavy hand with seasonings & spices. Where soup is concerned, I add lots of different elements to get a deep, complex flavor.

My soup is also a bit thicker than the Zoe’s, but to make it thinner, simply add more broth and seasonings (or less chicken).

Savvy Suggestions: The following products are great to have on hand in the cupboard or freezer to enable you to make soup any time the mood strikes.

  • frozen chicken breasts or tenderloins
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • fresh celery and carrots (to chop for soup)
  • fresh or frozen chopped onion
  • garlic (the Spice Island fresh whole cloves in a jar are wonderful)
  • chicken broth (canned Swanson is good homemade is great)
  • orzo, converted white rice, or ditalini pasta
  • chicken bouillon cubes (I use Knorr)
  • Better Than Bouillon chicken base
  • seasonings & spices (kosher salt, ground pepper, Greek seasoning)

The above ingredients can be combined and tweaked to make your own favorite version of this or any other chicken soup. Whether chicken noodle, chicken & rice, chicken orzo, or other, these staples will make a tasty and comforting soup in less than an hour.

I hope you enjoy this soup and would love to hear from you if you try it. Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy.


Zoe’s Kitchen Chicken Orzo Soup Copycat Recipe

This Zoe’s chicken orzo soup copycat recipe is my version of my family’s favorite soup at Zoe’s Kitchen. It took me several attempts, but this is my final result, and my family approves!

Zoe’s soup is made daily from pulled chicken, orzo pasta, celery, carrots and onion. The seasonings are not specified, but I feel sure that Zoe’s signature Spice of Life seasoning is used.

I LOVE Spice of Life and buy a bottle from Zoe’s every time I am running low. It is a perfect Greek seasoning blend that can be used in soups and on salads, chicken, fish, and anything that you want to season with Greek flavors. If you don’t have access to Zoe’s to buy Spice of Life, Cavendar’s Greek is another good option.

As with any soup, there is lots of wiggle room for personal preference. My family likes lots of flavor, so I have a fairly heavy hand with seasonings & spices. Where soup is concerned, I add lots of different elements to get a deep, complex flavor.

My soup is also a bit thicker than the Zoe’s, but to make it thinner, simply add more broth and seasonings (or less chicken).

Savvy Suggestions: The following products are great to have on hand in the cupboard or freezer to enable you to make soup any time the mood strikes.

  • frozen chicken breasts or tenderloins
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • fresh celery and carrots (to chop for soup)
  • fresh or frozen chopped onion
  • garlic (the Spice Island fresh whole cloves in a jar are wonderful)
  • chicken broth (canned Swanson is good homemade is great)
  • orzo, converted white rice, or ditalini pasta
  • chicken bouillon cubes (I use Knorr)
  • Better Than Bouillon chicken base
  • seasonings & spices (kosher salt, ground pepper, Greek seasoning)

The above ingredients can be combined and tweaked to make your own favorite version of this or any other chicken soup. Whether chicken noodle, chicken & rice, chicken orzo, or other, these staples will make a tasty and comforting soup in less than an hour.

I hope you enjoy this soup and would love to hear from you if you try it. Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy.


Zoe’s Kitchen Chicken Orzo Soup Copycat Recipe

This Zoe’s chicken orzo soup copycat recipe is my version of my family’s favorite soup at Zoe’s Kitchen. It took me several attempts, but this is my final result, and my family approves!

Zoe’s soup is made daily from pulled chicken, orzo pasta, celery, carrots and onion. The seasonings are not specified, but I feel sure that Zoe’s signature Spice of Life seasoning is used.

I LOVE Spice of Life and buy a bottle from Zoe’s every time I am running low. It is a perfect Greek seasoning blend that can be used in soups and on salads, chicken, fish, and anything that you want to season with Greek flavors. If you don’t have access to Zoe’s to buy Spice of Life, Cavendar’s Greek is another good option.

As with any soup, there is lots of wiggle room for personal preference. My family likes lots of flavor, so I have a fairly heavy hand with seasonings & spices. Where soup is concerned, I add lots of different elements to get a deep, complex flavor.

My soup is also a bit thicker than the Zoe’s, but to make it thinner, simply add more broth and seasonings (or less chicken).

Savvy Suggestions: The following products are great to have on hand in the cupboard or freezer to enable you to make soup any time the mood strikes.

  • frozen chicken breasts or tenderloins
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • fresh celery and carrots (to chop for soup)
  • fresh or frozen chopped onion
  • garlic (the Spice Island fresh whole cloves in a jar are wonderful)
  • chicken broth (canned Swanson is good homemade is great)
  • orzo, converted white rice, or ditalini pasta
  • chicken bouillon cubes (I use Knorr)
  • Better Than Bouillon chicken base
  • seasonings & spices (kosher salt, ground pepper, Greek seasoning)

The above ingredients can be combined and tweaked to make your own favorite version of this or any other chicken soup. Whether chicken noodle, chicken & rice, chicken orzo, or other, these staples will make a tasty and comforting soup in less than an hour.

I hope you enjoy this soup and would love to hear from you if you try it. Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy.


Zoe’s Kitchen Chicken Orzo Soup Copycat Recipe

This Zoe’s chicken orzo soup copycat recipe is my version of my family’s favorite soup at Zoe’s Kitchen. It took me several attempts, but this is my final result, and my family approves!

Zoe’s soup is made daily from pulled chicken, orzo pasta, celery, carrots and onion. The seasonings are not specified, but I feel sure that Zoe’s signature Spice of Life seasoning is used.

I LOVE Spice of Life and buy a bottle from Zoe’s every time I am running low. It is a perfect Greek seasoning blend that can be used in soups and on salads, chicken, fish, and anything that you want to season with Greek flavors. If you don’t have access to Zoe’s to buy Spice of Life, Cavendar’s Greek is another good option.

As with any soup, there is lots of wiggle room for personal preference. My family likes lots of flavor, so I have a fairly heavy hand with seasonings & spices. Where soup is concerned, I add lots of different elements to get a deep, complex flavor.

My soup is also a bit thicker than the Zoe’s, but to make it thinner, simply add more broth and seasonings (or less chicken).

Savvy Suggestions: The following products are great to have on hand in the cupboard or freezer to enable you to make soup any time the mood strikes.

  • frozen chicken breasts or tenderloins
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • fresh celery and carrots (to chop for soup)
  • fresh or frozen chopped onion
  • garlic (the Spice Island fresh whole cloves in a jar are wonderful)
  • chicken broth (canned Swanson is good homemade is great)
  • orzo, converted white rice, or ditalini pasta
  • chicken bouillon cubes (I use Knorr)
  • Better Than Bouillon chicken base
  • seasonings & spices (kosher salt, ground pepper, Greek seasoning)

The above ingredients can be combined and tweaked to make your own favorite version of this or any other chicken soup. Whether chicken noodle, chicken & rice, chicken orzo, or other, these staples will make a tasty and comforting soup in less than an hour.

I hope you enjoy this soup and would love to hear from you if you try it. Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy.


Zoe’s Kitchen Chicken Orzo Soup Copycat Recipe

This Zoe’s chicken orzo soup copycat recipe is my version of my family’s favorite soup at Zoe’s Kitchen. It took me several attempts, but this is my final result, and my family approves!

Zoe’s soup is made daily from pulled chicken, orzo pasta, celery, carrots and onion. The seasonings are not specified, but I feel sure that Zoe’s signature Spice of Life seasoning is used.

I LOVE Spice of Life and buy a bottle from Zoe’s every time I am running low. It is a perfect Greek seasoning blend that can be used in soups and on salads, chicken, fish, and anything that you want to season with Greek flavors. If you don’t have access to Zoe’s to buy Spice of Life, Cavendar’s Greek is another good option.

As with any soup, there is lots of wiggle room for personal preference. My family likes lots of flavor, so I have a fairly heavy hand with seasonings & spices. Where soup is concerned, I add lots of different elements to get a deep, complex flavor.

My soup is also a bit thicker than the Zoe’s, but to make it thinner, simply add more broth and seasonings (or less chicken).

Savvy Suggestions: The following products are great to have on hand in the cupboard or freezer to enable you to make soup any time the mood strikes.

  • frozen chicken breasts or tenderloins
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • fresh celery and carrots (to chop for soup)
  • fresh or frozen chopped onion
  • garlic (the Spice Island fresh whole cloves in a jar are wonderful)
  • chicken broth (canned Swanson is good homemade is great)
  • orzo, converted white rice, or ditalini pasta
  • chicken bouillon cubes (I use Knorr)
  • Better Than Bouillon chicken base
  • seasonings & spices (kosher salt, ground pepper, Greek seasoning)

The above ingredients can be combined and tweaked to make your own favorite version of this or any other chicken soup. Whether chicken noodle, chicken & rice, chicken orzo, or other, these staples will make a tasty and comforting soup in less than an hour.

I hope you enjoy this soup and would love to hear from you if you try it. Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy.


Zoe’s Kitchen Chicken Orzo Soup Copycat Recipe

This Zoe’s chicken orzo soup copycat recipe is my version of my family’s favorite soup at Zoe’s Kitchen. It took me several attempts, but this is my final result, and my family approves!

Zoe’s soup is made daily from pulled chicken, orzo pasta, celery, carrots and onion. The seasonings are not specified, but I feel sure that Zoe’s signature Spice of Life seasoning is used.

I LOVE Spice of Life and buy a bottle from Zoe’s every time I am running low. It is a perfect Greek seasoning blend that can be used in soups and on salads, chicken, fish, and anything that you want to season with Greek flavors. If you don’t have access to Zoe’s to buy Spice of Life, Cavendar’s Greek is another good option.

As with any soup, there is lots of wiggle room for personal preference. My family likes lots of flavor, so I have a fairly heavy hand with seasonings & spices. Where soup is concerned, I add lots of different elements to get a deep, complex flavor.

My soup is also a bit thicker than the Zoe’s, but to make it thinner, simply add more broth and seasonings (or less chicken).

Savvy Suggestions: The following products are great to have on hand in the cupboard or freezer to enable you to make soup any time the mood strikes.

  • frozen chicken breasts or tenderloins
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • fresh celery and carrots (to chop for soup)
  • fresh or frozen chopped onion
  • garlic (the Spice Island fresh whole cloves in a jar are wonderful)
  • chicken broth (canned Swanson is good homemade is great)
  • orzo, converted white rice, or ditalini pasta
  • chicken bouillon cubes (I use Knorr)
  • Better Than Bouillon chicken base
  • seasonings & spices (kosher salt, ground pepper, Greek seasoning)

The above ingredients can be combined and tweaked to make your own favorite version of this or any other chicken soup. Whether chicken noodle, chicken & rice, chicken orzo, or other, these staples will make a tasty and comforting soup in less than an hour.

I hope you enjoy this soup and would love to hear from you if you try it. Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy.


Zoe’s Kitchen Chicken Orzo Soup Copycat Recipe

This Zoe’s chicken orzo soup copycat recipe is my version of my family’s favorite soup at Zoe’s Kitchen. It took me several attempts, but this is my final result, and my family approves!

Zoe’s soup is made daily from pulled chicken, orzo pasta, celery, carrots and onion. The seasonings are not specified, but I feel sure that Zoe’s signature Spice of Life seasoning is used.

I LOVE Spice of Life and buy a bottle from Zoe’s every time I am running low. It is a perfect Greek seasoning blend that can be used in soups and on salads, chicken, fish, and anything that you want to season with Greek flavors. If you don’t have access to Zoe’s to buy Spice of Life, Cavendar’s Greek is another good option.

As with any soup, there is lots of wiggle room for personal preference. My family likes lots of flavor, so I have a fairly heavy hand with seasonings & spices. Where soup is concerned, I add lots of different elements to get a deep, complex flavor.

My soup is also a bit thicker than the Zoe’s, but to make it thinner, simply add more broth and seasonings (or less chicken).

Savvy Suggestions: The following products are great to have on hand in the cupboard or freezer to enable you to make soup any time the mood strikes.

  • frozen chicken breasts or tenderloins
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • fresh celery and carrots (to chop for soup)
  • fresh or frozen chopped onion
  • garlic (the Spice Island fresh whole cloves in a jar are wonderful)
  • chicken broth (canned Swanson is good homemade is great)
  • orzo, converted white rice, or ditalini pasta
  • chicken bouillon cubes (I use Knorr)
  • Better Than Bouillon chicken base
  • seasonings & spices (kosher salt, ground pepper, Greek seasoning)

The above ingredients can be combined and tweaked to make your own favorite version of this or any other chicken soup. Whether chicken noodle, chicken & rice, chicken orzo, or other, these staples will make a tasty and comforting soup in less than an hour.

I hope you enjoy this soup and would love to hear from you if you try it. Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy.


Zoe’s Kitchen Chicken Orzo Soup Copycat Recipe

This Zoe’s chicken orzo soup copycat recipe is my version of my family’s favorite soup at Zoe’s Kitchen. It took me several attempts, but this is my final result, and my family approves!

Zoe’s soup is made daily from pulled chicken, orzo pasta, celery, carrots and onion. The seasonings are not specified, but I feel sure that Zoe’s signature Spice of Life seasoning is used.

I LOVE Spice of Life and buy a bottle from Zoe’s every time I am running low. It is a perfect Greek seasoning blend that can be used in soups and on salads, chicken, fish, and anything that you want to season with Greek flavors. If you don’t have access to Zoe’s to buy Spice of Life, Cavendar’s Greek is another good option.

As with any soup, there is lots of wiggle room for personal preference. My family likes lots of flavor, so I have a fairly heavy hand with seasonings & spices. Where soup is concerned, I add lots of different elements to get a deep, complex flavor.

My soup is also a bit thicker than the Zoe’s, but to make it thinner, simply add more broth and seasonings (or less chicken).

Savvy Suggestions: The following products are great to have on hand in the cupboard or freezer to enable you to make soup any time the mood strikes.

  • frozen chicken breasts or tenderloins
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • fresh celery and carrots (to chop for soup)
  • fresh or frozen chopped onion
  • garlic (the Spice Island fresh whole cloves in a jar are wonderful)
  • chicken broth (canned Swanson is good homemade is great)
  • orzo, converted white rice, or ditalini pasta
  • chicken bouillon cubes (I use Knorr)
  • Better Than Bouillon chicken base
  • seasonings & spices (kosher salt, ground pepper, Greek seasoning)

The above ingredients can be combined and tweaked to make your own favorite version of this or any other chicken soup. Whether chicken noodle, chicken & rice, chicken orzo, or other, these staples will make a tasty and comforting soup in less than an hour.

I hope you enjoy this soup and would love to hear from you if you try it. Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy.


Zoe’s Kitchen Chicken Orzo Soup Copycat Recipe

This Zoe’s chicken orzo soup copycat recipe is my version of my family’s favorite soup at Zoe’s Kitchen. It took me several attempts, but this is my final result, and my family approves!

Zoe’s soup is made daily from pulled chicken, orzo pasta, celery, carrots and onion. The seasonings are not specified, but I feel sure that Zoe’s signature Spice of Life seasoning is used.

I LOVE Spice of Life and buy a bottle from Zoe’s every time I am running low. It is a perfect Greek seasoning blend that can be used in soups and on salads, chicken, fish, and anything that you want to season with Greek flavors. If you don’t have access to Zoe’s to buy Spice of Life, Cavendar’s Greek is another good option.

As with any soup, there is lots of wiggle room for personal preference. My family likes lots of flavor, so I have a fairly heavy hand with seasonings & spices. Where soup is concerned, I add lots of different elements to get a deep, complex flavor.

My soup is also a bit thicker than the Zoe’s, but to make it thinner, simply add more broth and seasonings (or less chicken).

Savvy Suggestions: The following products are great to have on hand in the cupboard or freezer to enable you to make soup any time the mood strikes.

  • frozen chicken breasts or tenderloins
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • fresh celery and carrots (to chop for soup)
  • fresh or frozen chopped onion
  • garlic (the Spice Island fresh whole cloves in a jar are wonderful)
  • chicken broth (canned Swanson is good homemade is great)
  • orzo, converted white rice, or ditalini pasta
  • chicken bouillon cubes (I use Knorr)
  • Better Than Bouillon chicken base
  • seasonings & spices (kosher salt, ground pepper, Greek seasoning)

The above ingredients can be combined and tweaked to make your own favorite version of this or any other chicken soup. Whether chicken noodle, chicken & rice, chicken orzo, or other, these staples will make a tasty and comforting soup in less than an hour.

I hope you enjoy this soup and would love to hear from you if you try it. Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy.