Wow the folks at your table with surprisingly mellow flavors in these deliciously creamy soup recipes. From creamy asparagus bisque to butternut-squash stew to creamy ginger carrot soup, these easy recipes offer new ways to serve up soup in a hurry.
Serve this meatball soup with hot rolls for dinner on a cold winter night.
So few ingredients, so much flavor! Even better, this quick-and-easy soup recipe made with ravioli freezes well, so make an extra batch.
Coconut milk flavors the broth in this hearty chicken and squash soup.
Try this thick and velvety smooth soup recipe that combines butternut squash, curry, and unsweetened coconut milk.
Serve this fancy soup during spring when asparagus is in season.
This hearty dish combines Asian flavors with the comfort of beef and barley soup, for a dinner that will warm up even the coldest nights. It gets plenty of zip from hot chili oil and curry powder.
This simple soup recipe has only six ingredients and freezes well. An ideal make ahead dish to bring out on busy days.
This light shrimp soup is a nice appetizer or side dish for entertaining.
If you like the flavor of a more earthy mushroom, use a combination of regular and wild mushrooms, such as cepe, shiitake, or chanterelle.
Turkey sausage helps keep this soup low in calories and fat yet still hearty enough for lunch or dinner.
A can of coconut milk makes this vegatarian soup rich and creamy. Pair a bowl with a sandwich for a satisfying lunch.
Thyme and garlic add flavor to our version of creamy Carrot Soup, but feel free to customize with your favorite herbs and spices.
Hot Jamaican spices zip up this creamy pasta soup. With a dash of jerk seasoning--a unique island blend of spices, herbs, and fiery chiles--this pasta soup recipe is Jamaica's own.
In Italy, soups are classified zuppa (thick) or minestra (in which ingredients stand out from broth). This fennel-flavored minestra-style main dish soup recipe of asparagus, fava beans, peas, young artichokes, and pancetta has 6 grams of fiber per serving.
This hearty concoction of grains, ham, and vegetables is a meal in itself.
You can serve this creamy, richly spiced soup cold or hot. It can be a hearty side dish or a light meatless main dish.