Creamy and unexpectedly chilled, watercress vichyssoise makes a cool first course for the last hot days of summer – or paired with a crusty bread, a satisfying light lunch.
For added flavor, garnish corn bisque with thyme buttered popcorn.
A colorful variation of the classic white potato vichyssoise, chilled for summer enjoyment.
Top it with a variety of fresh and cooling things such as cucumber, avocado, yogurt, and even radishes.
A simple spring pea soup made bright with lemon. For the best flavors, make it the day before you serve it.
Replacing tomatoes with tomatillos gives the traditional bowl of red chile a nice green hue and a fresh, lively flavor.
A handful of basic ingredients – carrots, potatoes, leeks, stock, fresh thyme and cream – proves once again that the French are masters of sublime simplicity, in this colorful, subtle soup.
Too much leftover Easter ham? Make a delicious and chunky chowder.
In ‘Ramen Alley’ in Kyoto, top noodle restaurants compete for diners. Here's a recipe to try at home.
Vichyssoise is usually served cold, but it can easily be transformed into warm, flavorful potato soup for cold days. Use your trusty immersion blender to blend this vegetarian soup to your desired consistency.
Easy prep work and inexpensive ingredients make a rich stew with complex flavors that can easily be frozen and saved for later.
Roasted garlic blended with onions, potatoes, and a splash of cream makes a rich soup with a sweet, nutty flavor. Extra potatoes and frozen stock get put to good use in this vegetarian recipe.
Come home to a warm and inviting house filled with savory smells and this easy soup ready for dinner. Serve with a dollop of yogurt swirled on top and some warm naan on the side.
Serve this from-scratch chicken and rice soup with chive muffins and you'll have a meal that will warm your belly and soul. Freeze some to have on hand for a quick dinner.
Fill your pantry and refrigerator with the fixings you need, and then homemade soups like this root vegetable soup will come together in a snap.
Vegans and omnivores alike will love this chowder recipe. Prepare as written for a vegan option, or add chicken or fish to satisfy meat-lovers.
Serve this sweet and spicy vegetarian stew over basmati or brown rice and top with yogurt and lots of fresh cilantro for a comforting, hearty meal.
Start a cold January off with a soup made from slow-cooked, sweet, and savory ingredients. Puree roasted garlic, caramelized onion, butternut squash, and burnt eggplant together for a flavorful soup.
Warm and creamy with a punchy celery taste, there's nothing like homemade cream of celery soup. Serve it with a big hunk of warm bread or an apple and blue cheese grilled sandwich.
This roasted butternut squash soup has a smooth taste and a touch of hot chili to warm up frigid winter nights.
Chock full of vegetables and a little bit of creaminess from the sour cream, this hearty soup will help you greet the coldest days of winter.
Chestnuts, potatoes, aromatics, butter, chicken stock, and cream turn into a rich soup that stirs warm memories of Paris. Store-bought, vacuum-packed roasted chestnuts make it simple.
Savory soup with packaged tortellini is both quick and simple to make.