If you haven’t tried Prescription Chicken yet, we’re sorry because you are truly missing out. They have some of the best chicken soup we’ve ever had…like anywhere. Founded by Valerie Zweig and Taryn Pellicone back in 2016, these two cousins have been bringing their A-game all day, err day for years now.
It’s always tough to pick favorites, but here are our top 3 picks:
- Spicy Hangover Chicken Soup: made with ingredients that help cure hangovers – think ginger, jalapeño and habanero – and served with pulled chicken, sautéed veggies, and your choice of starch.
- Grandma Style w/ Matzah Balls: rich chicken soup with onions, garlic, ginger, carrots, celery, pulled chicken and dill, with your choice of noodles or matzah balls…or both (hello BiPartisan).
- Creamy Pot Pie: because who wouldn’t want to enjoy pot pie in soup form! Made with fresh thyme and rosemary and served with corn, potatoes, sautéed veggies and pulled chicken breast.
It doesn’t matter if it’s hot or cold outside because Prescription Chicken’s good all year round. All three of the aforementioned soups were exceptional, like we’d legitimately be shocked if you didn’t love them as much as we did.
If you enjoy spice, the hangover soup’s an absolute must-try. You can buy the broth (or any of their broths) separately and use it as a base for your own soup at home if you prefer. And don’t let the name throw you – it’s called hangover soup, but it’s filling and delish for any and every meal, whether you’re hungover or not.
Prescription Chicken’s Matzah Ball soup was exquisite – think super fluffy and light. The matzah balls soaked up the hearty broth beautifully, and each bite was better than the last. If you’re in the mood for something a bit more substantial, try their creamy pot pie soup with a challah slider or two.
In addition to individual orders, they offer fun packages to go (ie. Dinner for 4 and the New Mama Package) and even cater. Head to their website to learn more and make sure you stock up on noms stat. Because there’s nothing better than a hot bowl of soup on a cold winter day! Are we right or are we right?