You want to warm up, right? So make these bowls of soup with some heat in them.
If you like it hot, you'll love this one. Any flavor ramen soup, with enough ingredients to make it a meal. Very tasty and may even bring a tear to your eye.
A spicy chicken and vegetable soup balancing many flavors, including complex citrus and more earthy tastes contrasted by spicy components. This is a very aromatic meal, and is especially good for opening up the sinuses of cold sufferers. This is loosely based on a few varied Thai soup recipes, and from my own tastes and desire to try new things. Since it is elementarily based from Thai recipes I decided to name it Phet gai soup: "Phet" means "spicy hot," and "Gai" means chicken in Thai.
This recipe was a product of necessity and is easily modified to accommodate what you have in your fridge or pantry... Makes great leftovers, too! Serve with cornbread!
This is a simple and authentic recipe for Sopa de Lima. This soup is a staple in Yucatan cooking and the tastes are a diverse as the day is long. This is my favorite way to make it. It's as spicy as is it hearty and you'll feel better knowing it is loaded with Vitamin C from the Jalapeño and Lime Juice. Enjoy this piping hot with a cold margarita and tortilla chips and feel the warmth of the Caribbean breeze.
A nice cream base soup that will awaken your taste bubs. It has a light spicy favor that you taste that lets you know that you are alive.
Venison or ground beef can be used for this recipe. I would rate this soup as mild on a spicy scale. Leftovers can be used as a dip the next day.
A friend of mine said he had the "best soup ever" from his favorite local restaurant and said I couldn't make anything close to it. We had a contest to see who could do it and I won! Spicy, yet comforting and easy!
A very quick chili, thanks to your trusty food processor or blender. And a very tasty chili, thanks to your trusty bacon.
A tasty mix of sweet and sour flavors this quick authentic Filipino seafood soup.
If it's worth doing, a man can do it himself. That includes restaurant-style pho.
Yes, there is Mexican food besides tacos and burritos. Try the taste of posole, a Mexican ingredient as authentic as pasta is in Italy.
This flavorful, hearty soup is everything a man could want...better yet, you can cook it outside on your favorite cooking device.
All the flavor of chicken soup with a more reasonable cooking time. With chiles, tomatoes and tortillas tossed in, this is a body-warming Mexican treat.
A variation on potato leek soup, this recipe uses grocery store curry powder and cayenne pepper to impart a special kick. Make sure you like curry powder!
A quick, spicy soup for all that leftover turkey! Adjust the heat to your taste, as this version is medium/hot.