White Bean Soup
From Tuscany to Mexico, cultures around the world have discovered the magic of white bean soup. These easy white bean soup recipes let you explore the many interpretations using escarole, kale, ham, chicken, and sausage.
Serve this hearty high-fiber bean soup recipe for dinner on chilly evenings.
You only need to cook this soup for five minutes before serving. Who needs the canned stuff?
Minestrone recipes don't come much easier than this slow cooker soup. Just plug in your slow cooker, pour the ingredients in the bowl, and add the pasta during the last 10 minutes.
Flavored with pumpkin and coconut milk, this super fast soup is ready in 15 minutes. Canned pumpkin and cannellini beans are the timesaving secrets.
Cannellini beans, also known as white kidney beans, are pureed in the blender adding to the creaminess of the cheesy soup. Egg yolks make it extra rich.
Simmering both beef and ham shanks with beans and vegetables gives this soup its rich, bold flavors. Make ahead so you can come home to a gratifying soup supper during a busy week.
Green chiles, fragrant garlic, and the perfect blend of herbs and spices lend just the right amount of heat and flavor to this delicate yet satisfying white chili. Short on time? Take advantage of your supermarket deli and use a deli rotisserie chicken. Simply shred the meat with your fingers or two forks while the rest of the ingredients simmer.
Ladle up bowls of this nutritional powerhouse. It's low in fat, too.
Toss chicken sausage into a classic minestrone soup for more protein and flavor, then pair with crunchy green bean "fries" for a light lunch.
This healthy, low-fat soup can be prepped in just 15 minutes then cooked in the slow cooker until dinner.
Fennel imparts a licoricelike taste to this Italian vegetable soup.
With fewer than 300 calories and just 4 grams of fat, this soup is healthfully filling.
Using lean ground turkey breast keeps this 20-minute dinner low in fat.
Cassoulet is a rustic stew from the Southwest of France that's made with white beans and a variety of meats. This recipe relies on work-saving frozen meatballs and smoked turkey sausage.
The ribs are simmered until tender then coated in barbecue sauce to make a hearty topper for the flavorful soup.
Make this heart-healthy main-dish soup with fresh onions. If you're really pressed for time, look for frozen chopped onions, which can be added to soups and stews in seconds.
Who needs the beef? This white meat chili is full of flavor since it calls for chicken thighs and oodles of vegetables.