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    Default Favorite soup recipes

    I just saw snow in the forecast and am working on my meal plan and brainstorming for a soup swap with friends.

    What are your favorite soup recipes? I'm thinking of family favorites or ones you make every year.

    Here's one of ours: https://everydayannie.com/2009/10/15/zuppa-toscana/

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    Ha! Just posted in the cooking forum ISO a good potato soup recipe for a crowd.....

    I love soups! Glad DC will eat them happily too
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    I love this one, though I don't know if it actually tastes like the Nordstrom soup - I usually add the extras and I don't think I've ever actually had the Nordstrom soup.

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    I posted a recipe for potato soup in the other thread.

    Cuisine at Home has a fantastic soup recipe book. I have made most of the recipes in the book with success. Several I make a few times a year: Roasted Tomato, Wild Mushroom, Italian Wedding, Split Pea, Wild Rice and Chicken, Chicken Pot Pie, and Lasagna (some recipes are posted below). I currently have Roasted Tomato, Poblano Corn Chowder, Butternut Squash, and Lasagna soups from this cookbook in my refrigerator. I occasionally see this book in some form (usually paired/bound with another book) in the magazine section at Costco. You can also order directly from the publisher in print or digital format:

    https://store.cuisineathome.com/book...php?sect=books

    One of my favorite traditional chicken noodle soups is the recipe on the back of Reames Frozen Noodles (I don't always add the sherry) -- I will probably make this tonight or tomorrow for DD who is home from school sick: https://www.whatsfordinner.com/recip...e-soup-recipe/

    I also regularly make enchilada/taco/tortilla, butternut squash, and asparagus soup (when our garden is abundant) and usually just browse allrecipe.com recipes -- looking at ingredients and comments -- and make what sounds good.

    I think key is having a base with good flavor. I like to make chicken broth with the left over carcass/skin from a roasted chicken. I also like to use boxed chicken or vegetable broth -- often a mixture of both. And, I usually intensify the flavor by adding a little Better than Bouillon:

    https://www.target.com/p/better-than...B&gclsrc=aw.ds

    Here are links to some of the Cuisine at Home soups:
    Roasted Tomato:
    http://www.chewnibblenosh.com/recipe...rella-dippers/

    Italian Wedding Soup:
    https://www.forums.cuisineathome.com....php?pid=87970

    Chicken and Wild Rice:
    https://www.cuisineathome.com/recipe...ild-rice-soup/

    Chicken Pot Pie Soup:
    https://www.cuisineathome.com/recipe...-pot-pie-soup/

    Lasagna Soup:
    https://www.cuisineathome.com/recipe...-pot-pie-soup/


    Thanks for starting this thread. I'm looking forward to trying some tried and true soup recipes!

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    I like this one. May make it tomorrow. I usually have leftover rice and rotisserie chicken so itís super simple.

    https://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/...cken-soup-rice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Percycat View Post
    I posted a recipe for potato soup in the other thread.

    Cuisine at Home has a fantastic soup recipe book. I have made most of the recipes in the book with success. Several I make a few times a year: Roasted Tomato, Wild Mushroom, Italian Wedding, Split Pea, Wild Rice and Chicken, Chicken Pot Pie, and Lasagna (some recipes are posted below). I currently have Roasted Tomato, Poblano Corn Chowder, Butternut Squash, and Lasagna soups from this cookbook in my refrigerator. I occasionally see this book in some form (usually paired/bound with another book) in the magazine section at Costco. You can also order directly from the publisher in print or digital format:

    https://store.cuisineathome.com/book...php?sect=books

    One of my favorite traditional chicken noodle soups is the recipe on the back of Reames Frozen Noodles (I don't always add the sherry) -- I will probably make this tonight or tomorrow for DD who is home from school sick: https://www.whatsfordinner.com/recip...e-soup-recipe/

    I also regularly make enchilada/taco/tortilla, butternut squash, and asparagus soup (when our garden is abundant) and usually just browse allrecipe.com recipes -- looking at ingredients and comments -- and make what sounds good.

    I think key is having a base with good flavor. I like to make chicken broth with the left over carcass/skin from a roasted chicken. I also like to use boxed chicken or vegetable broth -- often a mixture of both. And, I usually intensify the flavor by adding a little Better than Bouillon:

    https://www.target.com/p/better-than...B&gclsrc=aw.ds

    Here are links to some of the Cuisine at Home soups:
    Roasted Tomato:
    http://www.chewnibblenosh.com/recipe...rella-dippers/

    Italian Wedding Soup:
    https://www.forums.cuisineathome.com....php?pid=87970

    Chicken and Wild Rice:
    https://www.cuisineathome.com/recipe...ild-rice-soup/

    Chicken Pot Pie Soup:
    https://www.cuisineathome.com/recipe...-pot-pie-soup/

    Lasagna Soup:
    https://www.cuisineathome.com/recipe...-pot-pie-soup/


    Thanks for starting this thread. I'm looking forward to trying some tried and true soup recipes!
    I would love the poblano corn chowder recipe, we have several poblano plants. Yum
    Lindsey

    Married to DH June 2005 gave birth to Shawn December 2008 and Lilian August 2012




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    Quote Originally Posted by ArizonaGirl View Post
    I would love the poblano corn chowder recipe, we have several poblano plants. Yum
    Its from the Cuisine at Home soup cookbook. I used frozen corn that I cut from cobs this summer. Here's the recipe:

    Poblano Corn Chowder
    (Cuisine at home, August 2003, Issue 40, p. 30)
    Makes: About 7 Cups

    Cut Kernels from:
    8 ears sweet corn (4 cups)

    Puree:
    2 cups corn kernels
    1 cup whole or 2% milk

    Saute in 2 T. Vegetable Oil:
    2 poblano chiles, seeded, diced
    1 1/2 cups white onion, diced
    1 t. garlic, minced

    Add:
    2 cups chicken broth
    2 cups corn kernels
    1 t. sugar
    1 t. kosher salt
    1/2 t. cayenne

    Stir in:
    Pureed corn
    1 1/2 cups tomato, diced
    1/4 cup feta cheese, crumbled

    Garnish with:
    Chopped fresh cilantro
    Diced avocado
    Lime slices

    Cut kernels from ears of corn.

    Puree 2 cups corn kernels and milk in a blender.

    Saute chiles, onion, and garlic in oil in soup pot over medium heat. Cook 4 - 5 minutes.

    Add broth, remaining corn, and seasonings. Simmer 5 minutes.

    Stir in pureed corn, tomato, and cheese. Simmer to heat through and melt cheese, about 3 minutes.

    Garnish servings of soup with cilantro, avocado, and lime.

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    Thank you, sounds delicious!
    Lindsey

    Married to DH June 2005 gave birth to Shawn December 2008 and Lilian August 2012




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    I made urquie's French Market Soup last winter, and it was delicious! I was thinking about it this week since the weather has started to get colder.

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