This tortilla soup is so comforting and fun, thanks to all the delicious toppings
This creamy Roasted Sweet Pepper Crab Bisque is made with a base of puréed roasted Tribelli Sweet Peppers and seafood stock and is loaded with crab meat, sweet corn, carrots, celery and onions.
Who needs takeout when you can have a steamy bowl of Miso-Coconut Noodle Soup on your table in no time? This super simple recipe is ready in less than 30 minutes. No muss no fuss, and kid approved!
This Split Pea Soup is a warming soup that can be on the dinner table in 30 minutes, thanks to your pressure cooker or Instant Pot. It has a rich split pea base with a wonderful smoked ham flavor running through it.
Creamy, tangy, with just the right amount of heat, this White Chili with Chicken is about to become your tailgating staple or cozy recipe for a cold day. It’s loaded with shredded chicken, white beans, spices, and cheese.
It’s soup season and we are serious about soup season. To go with so many of our hearty, warm bowls, we have picked out a wine to pair. This Italian bottle is perfect to take your usual soup night to a whole new level of special.
This Instant Pot Bean Soup with Pesto is made with chickpeas and tomatoes. It’s vegetarian friendly, super delicious and cooks up quick in your pressure cooker. Pair it with a glass of wine and your soup night will feel quite special.
Just because it’s summer, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a nice bowl of soup. Especially if it’s chilled. This white gazpacho is perfect for a warm day.
A little spicy, a little sweet, totally filling, unintentionally vegan, and super easy ginger and sweet potato soup is just six ingredients, but comes out tasting cozy and complex.
When we’re huddled up all winter long, we have big questions floating through our heads as we sit by the fire drinking hot chocolate. Questions like, is there a difference between soup and stew? In this post, we tackle that question and share a few of our favorite soup/stew recipes.
Hearty, cozy, meatless. This Indian red lentil soup, also known as Bombay Dal Soup, is made with warming spices that are commonly found in Indian cooking for a perfect meal on a cold day.
Just because the temperatures are dropping doesn’t mean an outdoor adventure is out of the question. Make a big batch of this warm bean soup, pack it up in a thermos and head out with a blanket and a bottle of wine for a walk in the woods or a stroll in the park.
A bowl of tomato soup is super comforting, but not always the most filling. Check out these vegetarian soups packed with protein thanks to dried peas, beans, lentils or chickpeas.
It just takes twenty minutes and six ingredients to make this creamy orzo chicken soup, also known as Avgolemono. It’s perfect on a cold day or when you’re feeling under the weather.
Need something warm for dinner? Make a big batch of one of these cozy soups that may take some time to create their rich flavors, but are so worth the wait.
Let your slow cooker do most of the work for you when it comes to this slow cooker French onion soup. At the end, top it off with bread and cheese for a good broil and you are ready to eat.
Sinigang is a Filipino sour soup dish prepared with tamarind then with meats like pork, beef, chicken, fish and prawns, they also prepared with different vegetables like kangkong, taro, radish, string beans, okra, green chillies, tomatoes and eggplant.
As we transition from winter to spring, don’t leave soup behind! These recipes feature fresh spring produce, and many can be served warm or chilled to suit your fancy—and the weather.
We know it; you know it—chicken soup really is good for the soul. Whether you’re under the weather and craving a little comfort, or simply looking for creative ways to stretch leftover ingredients, this roundup of favorite recipes has you covered.
This Slow Cooker Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup is loaded with chicken, fresh vegetables, and tender noodles, all tossed in a creamy broth. Warm, comforting, and lightened up, you can feel good about indulging in the classic soup, with a creamy twist!
Make this an interesting day by focusing on the food… and not your standard game-day-fare. No. We make dishes that are indigenous to the areas in the country where the teams are from.
Set up this Slow Cooker Light Mexican No Chicken Soup before you leave for work in the morning, and come home to a delicious, comforting meal, perfect for a cold winter night.