Top Rated Soup Recipes

A dairy-free cold summer soup that can revitalize you on a hot, summer day like almost nothing else can. Click here to see 7 Cold Summer Soups. 
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Shiitake mushrooms
Wild mushrooms are all over the farmers’ markets right now, pick up a selection to use in this comforting, easy-to-make fall soup. — Maryse Chevriere
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Carrot and Ginger Soup
This soup is comforting and wintery while also having a bit of zest and spice just to keep it interesting. The addition of coconut milk to this classic soup adds a light creaminess. It's one of the simplest soups to make, yet is an easy crowd-pleaser. Click here to see 8 Tasty Lunch Ideas for Work.
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This is a great one-pot meal that's a fun twist on a favorite, stuffed cabbage.  Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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Acclaimed Chef Masaharu Morimoto, perhaps best known as the star of Iron Chef and Iron Chef America, is known throughout the world for his seamless integration of Western and Japanese ingredients and techniques. This Thanksgiving, he has some great tips and recipes for how to utilize your leftover ingredients to create a delicious, next-day dish: “Use your leftover ingredients and incorporate unique and interesting additions to make the dish seem exciting and new,” says Chef Morimoto. For his leftover recipe, he recommends Mashed Potato Soup with wasabi and chives. This dish uses the leftover potatoes that you already have for Thanksgiving dinner, and incorporates new, Asian ingredients to keep guests excited about the dish.
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Parsnips
A wonderful fall harvest soup from Chef Lee Skawinski. Slightly sweet parsnips are pureed together with celery root, onion, and fennel, and then pasta is added before serving. This can be served both as an appetizer or a main dish, when served with a hearty salad and loaf of bread. - Allison Beck
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Sweet corn and summer are so intertwined it almost seems like they're one word. Often, by the time summer's over you've had more corn on the cob than you care to remember. One way to spice it up is to make a soup and add some condiments that give flavor, texture, and nuance. This recipe calls for raw vegetables that add texture, and crab, which helps make it a filling meal. Jalapeño gives a nice kick, but poblano works too. Click here to see Spectacular Summer Corn Recipes.
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Butternut Squash Soup with Chickpeas
A hearty vegetable-based soup, with a kick of spice, that is both vegetarian-friendly and gluten-free. You can serve the soup on its own, or over some steamed brown rice, for a heartier meal. Click here to see the full Tu B’Shevat menu.
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The black bean soup goes hand in hand with the shrimp quesadilles, and they both complement each other perfectly. I like dipping the quesadillas in my soup — the spicy cheese is offset by the subtle flavors of the soup. 
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potato and cheddar soup
Because nothing's more comforting on a cold winter night than a hearty, savory potato soup that tastes just like a loaded baked potato. (Did I mention this soup has Cheddar cheese and bacon?) Click here to see more Warm Winter Soup recipes. 
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Gluten-Free Chicken Noodle Soup
I made this soup using some rich, homemade chicken stock, and yes, it all was gluten-free and incredibly easy. Chicken soup definitely soothes the soul.See all soup recipes.Click here to see 1 Chicken Recipe, 5 Meals.Click here for the 5 Chicken Soups to Fight Off a ColdClick here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Here’s an easy and tasty recipe for sweet potato soup that can serve as a first course for a dinner party, or as a meal. Serve this potato soup with a little crusty bread or a sandwich on the side.
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