Soup Season – a few of my favorite Soup Recipes

While soup can – and should! – be enjoyed year round, there is definitely a “soup season” when the weather turns colder. There is just something about the way the soup warms your tummy to help warm your whole body. Something great about soup is that you can do almost any flavor profile made into a soup by mixing up your proteins and veggies while packing in some spices and techniques. Whether you like a broth base or a cream base, I got you covered with a few of my favorite Soup Recipes.

There are a few kitchen tools that can help soup making be easier. The first one is a great immersion blender – the wand style that let’s you blend things in a bowl or pot, without having to try to use a whole blender. Another tool is a good ladle. What makes for a good ladle you ask – one with a solid handle to cup connection. Nothing worse than a limp ladle the droops when you are trying to serve your soup. Lastly – shallow soup bowls are a must. This is not just about pretty presentation – but also practicality. When you have a wider shallower bowl, the soup cools off quicker allowing you to eat it right away.

And without further adieu – here are the top 11 soups from the blog!

Creamy Garlic Potato Soup

Creamy Garlic Potato Soup – A silky cream soup loaded with garlic, potato and ham for a fantastic flavor. This Creamy Garlic Potato Soup recipe is going to be on repeat for your weekly menu plan

Meatball Couscous Soup

Meatball Couscous Soup – Delicious mini chicken meatballs in a flavor packed broth with couscous. This soup brings together some lovely Moroccan flavors in a delicious broth with scrumptious chicken meatballs

Chile Relleno Soup

Chile Relleno Soup – The flavors of the Mexican classic Chile Relleno in a creamy cheesy soup made in the slow cooker with the addition of chicken to make it a full meal soup.

Italian Meatball Soup

Italian Meatball Soup – A flavorful tomato based broth with parmesan meatballs and pasta. This soup combines a delicious tomato broth with pasta, spinach, parmesan and homemade meatball.

Grilled Pork Ramen with Bok Choy

Grilled Pork Ramen with Bok Choy – A delicious bowl of homemade ramen full of flavor and veggies. This go around I decided that I wanted to use up some pork chops so I made Grilled Pork Ramen with Bok Choy.

Ginger Chicken Noodle Soup

Ginger Chicken Noodle Soup – The Asian spin on this Ginger Chicken Noodle is just what you need to take that classic comfort food to the next level. Classic comforting chicken noodle soup livened up with ginger, miso and rice noodles

Creamy Cheeseburger Gnocchi Soup

Creamy Cheeseburger Gnocchi Soup – All the flavors of a cheeseburger and fries – loaded into a creamy soup! Creamy Cheeseburger Gnocchi Soup is a fun and inviting weeknight dinner soup.

Chicken Teriyaki Ramen

Chicken Teriyaki Ramen – The rich flavors of the soy, ginger and garlic mixed with the sweet twang of the teriyaki sauce is undeniable and the slightly jammy egg just sets it all off.

Shrimp Corn Chowder

Shrimp Corn Chowder –  For this Shrimp Corn Chowder, I added in paprika, thyme, shrimp and smoked ham for an exquisite chowder. The robust flavor that you get in just one hour.

Wild Rice Chicken Soup

Wild Rice Chicken Soup – A hearty and filling chicken soup packed with mushrooms, carrots, celery, onion and garlic. This flavorful soup is for your family to enjoy for a weeknight dinner.

Slow Cooked Beef Ramen

Slow Cooked Beef Ramen – Using the slow cooker to make the broth and beef for this Slow Cooked Beef Ramen brings all the flavor to the bowl.

Hope you enjoyed my selections of Soup Recipes – do you have a favorite? Which one will you be trying first?

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4 thoughts on “Soup Season – a few of my favorite Soup Recipes

  1. These all look delicious but I really want to try that meatball soup… and I’m thinking I might try making that last one but subbing out some pulled pork we have made and frozen. I’m always looking for new ways to serve it!

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