Maggiano's Little Italy Chicken Asiago Soup (Copycat)

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 25 mins

I am posting this recipe to try later. I am always looking for great soups to make during winter months and this sounds different; but yummy!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In large pot over medium-high heat, heat oil.
  2. Add onions and garlic and saute until light brown. Lower heat and add celery, carrots, salt and pepper.
  3. Saute until vegetables are tender. Add rosemary and cook briefly.
  4. Add broth and cooked chicken. Stir in Asiago and Parmesan cheeses. Simmer 10 minutes.
  5. Adjust seasonings with salt and pepper if needed. Serve immediately or cool in refrigerator.
  6. To serve: Portion pasta, spinach and cheese for garnish into bottom of individual serving dishes. Top with hot soup.
Most Helpful

Thank you so much for posting this recipe. It is definately a keeper. At first I thought the garlic quantity must be a misprint but as I love garlic decided to take a chance on it and I'm glad. The garlic taste was perfect! I did make a few changes though - I used dried rosemary (half the amount of fresh). I also added chopped frozen spinach when I added the broth as that is what I had on hand. As soon as the broth came to a boil, I added my pasta (I used estrella size/shape) and cooked it right in with the soup. It came out perfect! This makes one heck of alot of soup but I am happy to have some for leftovers as well as some to freeze for a later date. Again, thanks for posting!

Kerena November 03, 2012

This came out really good! I didn't actually use the measurements in the recipe just the ingredients and eyeballed it. The only real change I made was not adding the rosemary as I didn't have any on hand and this was a spur of the moment choice. My daughter said this is a make again soup. (5)

JPsBarbie March 20, 2011

Oh my goodness this was delicious!!! I didn't add the rosemary because I don't like it. I also cut the recipe in 1/2 for my first make sure we liked it. I cheated and put the spinach and pasta right into the soup instead of spooning the hot soup over the separate servings. I love the idea of serving it that way, though, and will try it next time. This is definitely a keeper in my house! Thanks so much for posting!

catsoplenty January 14, 2011