More commonly served in restaurants, bisque is a simple soup for home cooks. From bisque tomato soup to lobster bisque, these easy recipes deliver all the flavors you crave.See Popular Bisques Recipes
Roast the vegetables in this low-calorie side-dish soup for a burst of flavors. Serve it with beef or chicken.
Serve this thick, velvety soup with a crisp vegetable salad and an assortment of crackers.
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Acorn squash gives this first course soup its unmistakable flavor.
Chipotle peppers give this creamy soup a bit of heat, while smoked Gouda cheese adds earthy richness. Butternut squash and apples provide a buttery texture.
Butternut or buttercup squash works equally well in this surprisingly sweet autumn soup. Use 1-1/2 pounds and use any remaining squash in a side dish.
You'll need three packages of mushrooms to make this creamy and rich side-dish soup.
A blender gives this fall soup a creamy texture. Make it ahead and it will be even better the next day.
Maple syrup sweetens this creamy pumpkin soup, making it a favorite New England recipe.
This side-dish squash soup recipe makes 12 servings, ideal to serve a crowd, the family, or when planning to have leftovers.
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Tomato soup takes on a sophisticated note when it's made with shiitake mushrooms and whipping cream.
Shaved Parmesan cheese makes a nice topper for this appetizer soup.
Frozen vegetables are perfect for making soups and we particularly like the fresh flavor of frozen corn. This thick, satisfying soup gets a spicy kick from curry powder and hot sauce, but it's still on the mild side - add more hot sauce to turn the heat up as much as you like. Serve with a squeeze of lime or a dollop of plain yogurt and chopped scallions.