Popular Soup Recipes

Let's be clear: You can do much, much better than canned soup. Homemade soup recipes are nothing like those bland, salty concoctions. (Can you imagine your grandma making her chicken soup recipe from a can?) To make great soup, ideally, you want to start with fresh, homemade stock, so keep those carcasses after roasting a chicken! But you can definitely make a great soup with boxed or canned broth, too - the key is to add lots of layers of flavor. The basics are the same whether you're making chicken noodle, beef vegetable, or cabbage soup - you want to lightly sauté the veggies first (and brown the meat, if you're using beef or lamb), then add aromatics and herbs. Yes, herbs! Thyme gives soups a lovely lemony flavor, while bay leaves add depth and earthiness. So ditch the cans and tell your family to get ready for a great homemade dinner - soup's on!

Fish and Corn Chowder

Sprinkle a few rye croutons over the chowder just before serving to add a bit of crunch and contrast to the sweetness of the corn.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Fish and Corn Chowder

Fish and Corn Chowder

Sprinkle a few rye croutons over the chowder just before serving to add a bit of crunch and contrast to the sweetness of the corn.

From Midwest Living

Fish and Corn Chowder

How to Make Chicken Noodle Soup

Classic chicken noodle soup is best with homemade chicken stock. We also share our secret to browning the meat and vegetables for the tastiest flavor.

How to Make Chicken Noodle Soup

New World Chili

Not your ordinary chili recipe, this slow cooker version combines turkey with butternut squash, corn, cranberries, and jalapeno pepper for a unique taste sensation.

From Better Homes and Gardens

New World Chili

New England Clam Chowder

Using a combo of cauliflower and potatoes, rather than all potatoes, lowers the carbs in this creamy meal-in-a-bowl.

From Diabetic Living

New England Clam Chowder

New England Clam and Corn Chowder

From Family Circle

New England Clam and Corn Chowder

Mushroom Sausage and Whole Grain Soup

Not much is more comforting on a cold or rainy day than a big bowl of slow cooked sausage and vegetable soup.

From Family Circle

Mushroom Sausage and Whole Grain Soup

Mushroom and Beef Ravioli Soup

A package of frozen beef ravioli makes it possible to get this satisfying soup on the table in just 20 minutes.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mushroom and Beef Ravioli Soup

Mushroom-Sauced Pork Chops

Mushroom soup and fresh mushrooms give earthy flavor to pork chops in this slow cooker recipe. Serve this hearty diabetic-friendly main dish during Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.

From Diabetic Living

Mushroom-Sauced Pork Chops

Mormon Fish Chowder

This historically Mormon chowder cooking is simple, hearty, and satisfying, reflecting Midwestern and Eastern cooking methods and tastes.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mormon Fish Chowder

Mint-Pea Soup

Served warm, this soup has a hint of mint that balances well with the peas for a simple light lunch. For a stronger mint flavor, serve chilled.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mint-Pea Soup

Minestrone with Tubettini and Capicola

From Family Circle

Minestrone with Tubettini and Capicola

Mini Meatball Soup

From Family Circle

Mini Meatball Soup

Minestrone With Turkey Meatballs and Escarole

From Fitness

Minestrone With Turkey Meatballs and Escarole

Mexican Tomato Soup

A dash of chili powder gives this tomato, meatball and pasta soup just a hint of spiciness.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mexican Tomato Soup

Mexican-Style Turkey Soup

Red sweet pepper, winter squash, and cilantro brighten this spicy soup, making this one-dish meal the perfect family dinner. Accompany with a fresh fruit salad and warm crusty bread.

From Diabetic Living

Mexican-Style Turkey Soup

Mexican Corn Soup

From Diabetic Living

Mexican Corn Soup

Meatball and Barley Soup

From Family Circle

Meatball and Barley Soup

Mediterranean Chickpea Chili

Hearty and flavorful, this dish is a perfect example of how dynamic and satisfying a meatless chili can be. Substitute vegetable stock for chicken for a truly spectacular vegetarian dish. Serve with a fresh green salad and crusty baguette for a complete dinner.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mediterranean Chickpea Chili

Meatball-Barley Soup

From Diabetic Living

Meatball-Barley Soup

Mamas Chicken and Apple Soup

This soup is a household favorite because of an unexpected ingredient-apple! Not only does it add great flavor but it also adds additional fiber. Give this soup a try and I'm sure it will be a hit with the entire family, young and old.

From Parents

Mamas Chicken and Apple Soup

Mahogany Roasted Chicken Thighs

From Family Circle

Mahogany Roasted Chicken Thighs

Lemon-Thyme Carrot Soup

Wild lemon thyme has a more pronounced lemon flavor than plain thyme. Look for it at your local farmers' market.

From Diabetic Living

Lemon-Thyme Carrot Soup

Kale and White Bean Soup

You'll never reach for canned soup again after you see how easy and quick it is to stir together this homemade bean and vegetable soup.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Kale and White Bean Soup

Jambalaya-Style Chicken and Shrimp

If you enjoy really zesty Cajun food, splash on some bottled hot pepper sauce.

From Diabetic Living

Jambalaya-Style Chicken and Shrimp

Jambalaya

From Family Circle

Jambalaya

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