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With their magnificient color, delicious flavor, and vitamin richness, beets are one of my favorite vegetables. In the summer I serve this soup at room temperature; in the winter I like it hot.
Found on Philadelphia diner menus, this snapping turtle soup is different from the Creole-style turtle soup. The popular Delaware Valley dish is a thick, brown gravy-like soup.View Recipe
Never heard of peanut soup? Virginians love this soup, which celebrates one of their biggest crops. You start with peanuts, and then soak them to create a creamy soup that can be made ahead for a simple and delicious meal.View Recipe
Ginger and honey are the secrets that make this the number one requested soup among my friends.View Recipe
What to do with all of the bars of chocolate you were gifted this year? Sure, you can chew on them one by one, but what about drinking them with this scrumptiously self-indulgent dessert soup instead? The soup is like hot chocolate that’s so thick and rich that you need a spoon to eat it. It may not cure your cold, but it certainly will warm your heart.View Recipe
This classic Italian soup is a twist on a dumpling soup from the Cooking with the Saints cookbook. This adaptation simplifies the traditional chicken consommé usually prepared for this soup by replacing it with store-bought chicken stock. Next, you hand roll your own Parmigiano-Reggiano dumplings, and finally, top the soup with fresh herbs.View Recipe
As the state fruit, strawberries are a point of pride for the state of Delaware. Make this soup in the summer with sweet summer strawberries, and add a hint of savory flavor with the addition of balsamic vinegar.View Recipe
At trendy Hotel Matilda in San Miguel de Allende, executive chef Jorge Boneta has a best-selling dish on the menu that’s a year-round favorite at the hotel — Hotel Matilda Tortilla Soup.
For chef Boneta, his tortilla soup is an expression of his culinary persona — his lifelong passion for cooking shaped early on by an intimate family life that centered around the kitchen and good food, extensive travel in Mexico to hone his knowledge of the varied and unique cuisines of the different regions of the country, and professional experience at several of Mexico’s leading resorts.
Translation: His Hotel Matilda Tortilla Soup is the way Mexican foodies prepare tortilla soup at home!
A traditional Mexican dish, tortilla soup is a spicy blend of tomatoes, vegetables, and crisp tortilla strips. This is an easy plant-powered version that you can whip it up in no time. Best of all, this dish relies on preserved goods, such as canned tomatoes, frozen corn, and canned beans, so you can make it year-round from your pantry. And it’s a great complement for a simple sandwich, burrito, or vegetable salad for lunch or dinner. — Sharon Palmer View Recipe
When it comes to creating a rich and balanced soup, the trick to keep in mind is always make sure you're developing layers of flavor. This starts with the broth and should be carried through to the garnishes. This miso soup begins with a simple kombu-based dashi (Japanese broth), then various flavors are added (soy sauce, ginger, Sriracha sauce, rice wine vinegar, and sake), followed by white miso, the main ingredients (tofu, shiitake mushrooms, kale, and sautéed scallions), and finally topped with a sprinkle of diced fresh scallions.
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Chock full of eight different kinds of vegetables, this hearty Lebanese soup is an excellent appetizer.
Potatoes are one of my favorite foods, so I was very determined to create the perfect potato soup. As you'll see in the recipe, I used basic ingredients in an incredibly detailed and specific process to create one of the best potato dishes I've ever had. If you're looking for a well-rounded meal, shredded chicken is the perfect addition to this soup.
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