Often thought of as peasant food, bean soup is stick-to-the-ribs good. Experiment with different colors and kinds to find your favorite blend of beans. Whether black bean, white bean, or ham bean soup, these easy recipes for bean soup are perfect starters. Or serve bean soup with salad and bread for easy midweek suppers.See Popular Bean Soup Recipes
The fiber-rich beans in this soup make it satisfying enough to be a main course. This version gets an extra healthy boost from cabbage, a completely underrated vegetable that's loaded with fiber as well as vitamins A and C.
Tender lentils, fennel, onion, carrot, celery and plum tomatoes simmer together in Swanson® Chicken Broth that has been flavored with bay, crushed red pepper and garlic.
Soups on! Chock-full of beans, vegetables and barley, it's so satisfying it's practically a meal by itself.
Tired of the same old sides? The lentils in this recipe add interest and texture, and you'll find that the dish pairs nicely with just about any main course.
Simmering the broth with a Parmesan rind gives the soup an even richer taste than sprinkling the cheese on top.
Ham shanks add rich, salty flavor to a slow-cooker soup loaded with lentils and vegetables.
The slow cooker makes is easy to prepare this meatless main-dish soup that's brimming with white kidney beans, fennel, spinach and tomato.
This comforting barley and lentil soup simmers all day in the slow cooker yielding delectable results.
Golden corn, black beans and beef chuck slow-cook together with Pace® salsa for a savory, southwestern stew.
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Fennel's mild flavor is similar to anise. It's especially compatible with sausage and pork.
Learn how to make bean soup, and you'll always be able to whip up a hearty, nutritious, and inexpensive meal any night of the week.
Learn how to make bean soup, and you'll always have a hearty, nutritious, and inexpensive meal, any night of the week.
This earthy lentil soup is Rajat Parr's take on dal, the Indian side dish. He gives it unexpected richness by whisking in butter just before serving.