Made with wild or cultivated button varieties, mushroom soup is a palate pleaser. From cream of mushroom soup to chicken mushroom soup, these easy recipes are full of mushroom flavor.
Keep this soup in mind for entertaining. It's exceptionally easy, but special because of the wild rice and sherry.
A package of frozen beef ravioli makes it possible to get this satisfying soup on the table in just 20 minutes.
Dried shiitake mushrooms and fresh spinach make a full-flavored low-calorie soup.
This hearty, slow-cooked beef makes its own gravy as it roasts in the oven. Potatoes and baby carrots cook alongside the beef to make this dish a complete meal. The recipe comes from Greg Drazkowski of Menomonie, Wisconsin.
If you like the flavor of a more earthy mushroom, use a combination of regular and wild mushrooms, such as cepe, shiitake, or chanterelle.
The umami level of this soup is off the charts, thanks to the pot roast, red wine and portobello mushrooms.
Special enough for guests, this chicken stew is seasoned with rosemary, thyme, and a hint of tomato.
Canned soup and your choice of herb make a flavorful sauce for the meat and vegetables in a traditional-style pot roast.
Moist chicken, earthy mushrooms, and sour cream combine in the slow cooker to create this classic comfort food.
Tomato soup takes on a sophisticated note when it's made with shiitake mushrooms and whipping cream.
This quick and easy soup makes a great rich and savory starter for your holiday dinner.
This creamy, tomato-based soup mixture enhances the flavor of fresh shiitake mushrooms. If fresh mushrooms aren't available, soak dried ones in hot water.
Wild rice, turkey, cranberries, and a can of mushroom soup join our Midwestern translation of this treasured old-world classic.