Soup and Chowder
With a sandwich or salad, seafood soup makes a filling meal. These mouthwatering recipes for seafood soup are easy and quick, including spicy chowders, gumbo, Thai, and Italian specialities.
Succulent shrimp with ramen noodles, black beans, and zesty spices make this soup a winner.
Squash and beans make this seafood soup hearty enough for dinner.
Consider this rich and creamy corn chowder for toting to tailgate parties -- it's a real warmer-upper! Cut leek lengthwise and rinse well before chopping, because leeks tend to harbor field dirt and sand between their many layers.
This luscious, creamy seafood soup is comfort food at its best.
Roasting brings out the flavor of the vegetables in this soup recipe. The jalapeno pepper and chili powder add some spice.
Serve this low-cal fish and tomato soup with hearty whole grain bread, flat bread, or Scandinavian potato bread.
Manhattan-style chowder is tomato-based and contains other vegetables in place of the potatoes found in milk-based New England-style chowders.
Dijon-style mustard seasons this special-occasion seafood soup.
Truly a meal in a bowl, this substantial clam chowder is made extra luscious with the addition of whipping cream. Parmesano Reggiano cheese, the pride of Parma, Italy, is so flavorful that even the smallest amount packs this chowder with punch.
Manhattan clam chowder contains tomatoes and does not have a cream-based broth, making it different from its creamy New England cousin.
Add a bit of the bayou--okra, seafood, and tongue-tingling spices--to your menu with this Cajun stew.
This gazpacho (gahz-PAH-choh) recipe has sweet shrimp and fragrant peaches or nectarines--a flavor twist on a summertime favorite.
In Italy, there are as many versions of zuppa di pesce, or fish soup, as there are coastal towns. Serve this low-calorie, low-fat fish soup as if visiting Italy--topped with a slice of toasted bread.
Ladle this creamy appetizer soup into festive cups and add a sprinkle of paprika for color as your guests arrive for Christmas Eve dinner.
Normally an all-day affair, we hit the fast forward button on gumbo by mixing bouillon cubes with garlic, cayenne and other aromatic ingredients.