A quick, nutritious, low-fat recipe that's inexpensive to make, yet has a ton of flavor. The medley of beans pairs nicely with the wild rice. Serve with a loaf of fresh bread and you're in heaven!
An Asian egg noodle soup with a base of ginger, garlic, and beef (or chicken) stock. flavored with fresh basil, and green onions. Start off by preparing all the ingredients; its easier to concentrate on a soup if you have taken the time to prepare all the ingredients first. This recipe is mainly a guideline on how to create a basic soup. Add whatever veggies you want.
Good beer cheese soup.
I had frozen peppers on hand, and wanted stuffed peppers, but peppers don't stuff well after freezing, and I wanted to make something quick. I came up with this soup.
A wonderful New Orleans-style soup that is a best seller at my family-owned restaurant. Serve with crackers. I like to season my shrimp with 2 tablespoons of Worcestershire, 1 tablespoon of Season All(R), and 2 teaspoons of hot sauce (optional).
This is a easy black bean soup with the smoky flavor and kick of chipotle peppers. Resist the urge to add any salt as the bacon and canned beans already bring enough salt to the soup the balance the dish perfectly. I used bacon ends for this recipe because they are cheap. If you can't find them, choice bacon is fine to use. Serve hot with a dollop of sour cream and Tostones (Fried Plantains).
This is a beautiful cream of tomato soup, but with a very Irish twist: the use of Poitin. Poitin is basically Irish moonshine made from potatoes, usually at over 90% pure alcohol. If you don't have access to moonshine (Irish or otherwise) feel free to substitute vodka. Bear in mind that either way, the harsh alcohol cooks out leaving a unique flavour with this dish.
Dashi is the traditional soup base, stock for many Japanese soups and sauces. This homemade version, however time consuming, is much better than using instant dashi (dashi-no-moto). This is a great starting point for miso soup! Dashi can be kept up to 2 weeks in the refrigerator or can be frozen to keep for longer periods.
An easy seafood bisque that doesn't require you make the basic soup. Can be serve immediately, but it's better if you refrigerate it overnight and reheat before serving.
This is a quick easy soup recipe that has been in the family for years.
My Great-great grandmother's recipe, modified over 4 generations. I still can't believe it was FINALLY written down! The gumbo should be thin but not watery. P.S .-- I have a 3-gallon pot that I use to cook this and it is usually about 3/4 full. (Make sure you know the basics of making roux before you try this. If the roux is not dark brown, the gumbo will not have the rich taste necessary to give it that special taste). This is good for several days. It can also be frozen and reheated. Enjoy!
Chicken Noodle Soup that's easy to make, and that will keep them coming back for more. Fire house tested and approved.
A hearty soup with an unusual flavor that can be made low carb by using green beans instead of mixed veggies.
This recipe cooks all day in the slow cooker and makes the house smell terrific.
An easy pasta fagioli recipe that will impress your family and friends.
This is my version of my favorite simple soup. I've tried many combinations, and I haven't found anything better than this so far. Miso, Dashi Stock, and Wakame are found in any Asian food store. If you want a darker taste, I happen to like using 3 tbl. of light miso, and 1 tbl. of dark/barley miso (to make up the 4 tbl of miso). It's close but enough to notice a difference.
I created this recipe today, combining aspects from similar recipes I had seen on Allrecipes and elsewhere ... and accommodating the contents of my larder. If you like cauliflower, this is a great fall/winter warm-you-up. Portions are an estimate, but it made a small vat of really aromatic soup. Enjoy!
This is my mom's recipe for Escarole and Bean soup...we call it 'Shkadole and beans.' The garlic and pepperoni give it a wonderful taste.
This is another very old recipe from my very old Irish recipe book. Although nettles are not as commonly eaten in Ireland today, this weed saved many a family during the famine. Make sure to wear gloves when handling nettles, and use only the leaves, discarding the stems and stingers. Bear in mind that the "sting" cooks out entirely!
A good thick soup to warm up a cold day. You can decrease the prep/cook time by making broth and cheese mixture at same time.