Top Rated Soup Recipes

Add spice and heat to your next lentil soup with warm curry flavors.  Click here to see 10 Quick and Easy Vegetarian Recipes
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Gingered Carrot-Orange Soup
Ginger helps stimulate pancreatic enzymes that help you stabilize your blood sugar and burn food as fuel, not storing it as fat.— Haylie Pomroy For more metabolism boosting foods, click here!
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Corn Soup
This recipe makes the smoothest, sweetest, simplest chilled corn soup.This recipe is courtesy of My Recipes.
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Mom's Lentil Soup Recipe
My Italian-born mom was visiting me recently. Like many moms, she's known for throwing ingredients together and coming up with something yummy to eat! And of course, no written recipe. This is her lentil soup that she made from what she found in my cupboards while I was out for a short time. I sat down with her to try to capture her recipe on paper and this is what we came up with! There are a few optional ingredients like bacon (or pancetta) and cream of mushroom or celery soup (or leftover mashed potatoes). Our version was made without both ingredients although she typically includes them. It really is delicious!
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A Caldo Verde, or "green soup," is traditionally made with sausage and loads of potatoes. Our lighter seafood version is nourishing and satisfying with protein-rich scallops and calcium-packed kale. Click here to see 5 Fall Seafood Stew Recipes
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This flavorful tomato soup is a perfect paleo recipe for you to enjoy. Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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Maryland Crab Soup
Nothing says Maryland like fresh, sweet crabs, but add a dash of the state’s favorite Old Bay seasoning and you have one creamy, rich seafood soup that is more than a local favorite, it’s a time-honored tradition. Our recipe uses the classic spicy Old Bay seasoning and a splash of dry sherry.
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Willie Degel is owner of Uncle Jack’s Steakhouses and host of Food Network’s Restaurant Stakeout His tips for Thanksgiving: “You always got to think ahead! When I make my mac ‘n’ cheese for Thanksgiving, I bake them in a muffin tray so you can have a bunch of little individual sized portions. That way when there are leftovers you just pop the tray back in the oven to reheat and you can serve them as an appetizer at a potluck or party days later. Who doesn’t like a muffin sized mac n’ cheese? I do this with stuffing too! We also always make creamed cauliflower for Thanksgiving. Most people make a more traditional turkey soup with their leftovers but I like to make a creamier version with the leftover creamed cauliflower and turkey”.
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Mushroom Soup and Pasta Bake
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Here’s my tribute to cream of mushroom soup. Nostalgia is a big part of comfort food, and almost everyone I’ve spoken to has that shared memory of tucking into a steaming bowl of this soup as a child, particularly when they were feeling poorly. I’ve taken it up a notch, while still giving you that old-school familiar flavor. It’s a total beauty in its own right, but I’ve also shown you how to turn the soup into a pasta bake, which was fashionable in the ’80s. —Jamie Oliver in his cookbook Jamie Oliver’s Comfort Food. Click here for more of our best casserole recipes.
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Cooking dried beans is low maintenance and a great value. Make sure to plan ahead and allow time for soaking the beans. Serve with hot sauce or salsa, if you like.
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Magical Chicken Ginseng Soup
This medicinal soup can give you an energizing lift and immunity boost. Ginseng has numerous health benefits and this soup is known as “Korean penicillin.” Whenever I am feeling under the weather, I make this soup and feel warm and cozy in no time. If using the dried ginseng root, there is no need for the tea and vice versa, but I have made this using both the tea granules and the roots and it is truly lovely. — Judy Joo, host of Cooking Channel’s new series Korean Food Made Simple Click Here to See More Chicken Soup Recipes  
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Teriyaki Beef-Noodle Soup
Just 20 minutes of prep work, and you'll be ready to plug in your slow cooker for a broth-based soup that's richly seasoned with ginger. Use curly dried Chinese egg noodles, rather than rice sticks or rice noodles, for easier serving.
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