Who else has the best memories of this soup? I’m guessing most of you had the Campbell’s version like I did when I was little. Too replicate this childhood favorite, I used Stelline Pasta and chopped the fresh onion, carrots & celery really small. I did the same with the chicken breasts. This nostalgic soup was a big hit with the fam!
This reimagined taco soup is packed full of fresh veg, legumes all-natural beef. Just a little extra effort makes this healthier version of a classic an awesome addition to your easy soup collection. The traditional version uses canned goods. Not this one!! Fresh chopped tomatoes and corn straight off the cob are simple and yummy changes. It’s still ready in 20 minutes & so delicious!
This version of Mexican Pozole is super flavorful & very easy. It was a huge hit with the hubs and my son. It’s perfect for soup season and is sure to warm you right up.
Who doesn’t love a soup with a creamy texture and incredible flavor? This soup is from one of my fav cookbooks, Southwest Tastes. It’s no longer in print, but it was one of my earliest inspirations for being a more creative cook. My mom gave me the cookbook, so it holds very special memories. I’ve made a few adjustments to the recipe & I think you will love it! This soup has a few steps, but it’s well worth it!
We’re headed to New Orleans soon and it reminded me to share this recipe. This recipe is super simple and so satisfying. You can use frozen shrimp and okra, so you can make any time of year. Enjoy!
This is a delicious & simple soup that can be made as a vegan version. It’s very satisfying and a great addition to your soup repertoire. Who else loves cozy soups?
This hearty soup is my mom’s recipe. It kind of reminds me of an Irish stew, my reason for sharing this in a series of St. Patrick’s Day recipes. You could easily eliminate the sausage and make this vegan. Either way, this soup is flavorful and feels like a hug!
We had a cold wave here in San Antonio & that means my hubs will ask for this chicken soup. I got this recipe from a friend’s mom over 10 years ago. Ok, I’m lying…it was way further back than that. This soup requires stretchy pants, a fire & a comfy chair. Enjoy!
It’s cold outside! This spicy soup is both comforting and fresh! From the rich red broth, the crisp toppings, to the tender shredded chicken, this hearty soup will warm your soul.
We are still suffering from cedar fever over here, so I immediately thought of this Moroccon soup. I recently had a version of this brothy loveliness at a cute little restaurant up in Blanco, Tx. I did some research and “HARIRA” is a traditional SPICY MOROCCAN SOUP served to break a period fasting. I’m serving it to get us well, plus I just love lentils!!!! I also added grilled chicken sausage (Thanks hubs!)