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For "Thanksgivukkah," you can serve this soup to hit both Thanksgiving and Hanukkah flavors at once. It's easy to make with store-bought ingredients. The recipe serves up to 15 people, perfect for all your guests and family coming over for the holiday.
This easy vegetarian soup gains color from tomatoes, carrots, and kale. Cannellini beans and vegetarian sausage links add protein, while fennel seeds provide an unusual flavor addition that helps this recipe stand out.View Recipe
This healthy, hearty, French-inspired soup is a perfect meal to satisfy and please the whole family.This recipe is courtesy of Jamie Oliver.View Recipe
Using a jar of pasta sauce as the base for a tomato soup is a quick and easy way to make a meal that tastes as if it has been simmering on the stove for hours.This recipe is courtesy of Prego Farmers’ Market.View Recipe
I love soft silken tofu, and this spicy soup is surprisingly addictive. The mushroom stock gives this stew, or jjigae, a deep earthy taste and complexity. The sweet zucchini and the creamy egg cut the spiciness as well. This is one of my favorite jiggaes and it is so good for you; perfect for a cold winter’s evening. — Judy Joo, host of Cooking Channel’s new series Korean Food Made Simple
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Quick and easy soup that is made in less than 30 minutes with help from a few frozen ingredients.This recipe is provided by the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association.View Recipe
A colorful vegetable soup featuring chickpeas, kale, and pork easily made in a slow cooker. Recipe courtesy of Hunt’s.View Recipe
“The main soup base is coconut milk,” says Sharon Chen. “I like to mix it with some pumpkin purée to strengthen the flavor. Since pumpkin is seasonal, you can make this soup throughout the year by using canned purée. When it’s in season, simply just cook pumpkin with other vegetables.“Whenever it comes to Thai cooking, there will always be a couple of special herbs we shouldn’t ignore, such as lemongrass and galangal, etc. They are essential in order to make your Thai dish taste authentic. You might find that they are slightly pricey in your grocery stores, but remember, only a little bit of each can make an entire pot of soup (enough for 4 servings) delightful! It’s fancy but affordable.”This recipe is provided by Sharon Chen of delishplan.com.View Recipe
This dips is great to serve as an appetizer at a tailgating party. It's similiar to the spinach dip, but with a nice twist. Guests can enjoy it as they watch the game.
Forget the all-you-can-eat soup bars whose soups often fall on the side of being bland or oversalted, but never quite right. Make your own soup at home, and your taste buds (and wallet) will thank you. There are so many variations on this recipe. Add or leave out vegetables to suit your taste. If you like thick soups, consider puréeing this recipe in the pot with an immersion blender.
A touch of pesto adds a bright note to this delicious French-inspired soup. Swirl it in at the end for the most flavor.
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This hearty minestrone stew calls for garden vegetable soup (such as Progresso Vegetable Classics), turkey Italian sausage, and gluten-free macaroni. It’s easy to customize with an vegetables, legumes, or herbs you happen to have on hand.
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