I Bet Making One Of These 15 Soups Will Cheer You Up
It’s that time of the year.
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Tuscan Soup With Italian Sausage
Filled with sausage, kale, and potatoes, this comforting soup will make your cold evenings feel perfectly cozy. Recipe here.
Lentil Tortilla Soup
This meat-free lentil soup takes just under an hour to pull together and can be saved for later with zero worry about meat going bad. Recipe here.
Chicken And Sweet Potato Chowder
Chipotle chili powder and paprika complete a trifecta of spicy, sweet, and savory flavors. Recipe here.
Chicken Noodle Soup
If you want to save leftovers, freeze just the soup and cook fresh pasta for it later. This way you won’t spoil good soup with mushy noodles. Recipe here.
Creamy Tortellini Soup
Save some of the evaporated milk for when you reheat this tortellini masterpiece. Recipe here.
Classic Tomato Soup
Potato, Corn, And Jalapeño Soup
A case study in how to achieve thick consistency without using a single drop of dairy. Recipe here.
Wild Rice And Vegetable Soup
Isn’t she beautiful? 😍 Recipe here.
Sausage And Kale Soup
Top with shaved parmesan and serve with a crusty bread. Recipe here.
You wouldn’t think it but ginger and Sriracha turn this basic carrot soup into a flavor-packed dinner. Recipe here.
Beef Stew With Potatoes
Fall-apart chunks of beef will remind you why you bought an Instant Pot in the first place. Recipe here.
A classic dish in Indian, Bangladeshi, and Sri Lankan cuisine, this soup is packed with protein and layered in flavor. Recipe here.
Beef Barley Soup
Had a rough day? This comforting al dente beef and barley soup will smooth it all out. Recipe here.
Thai Curry Zucchini Soup
A can of coconut milk is key to turning this pot of vegetables into a creamy soup. Recipe here.
This zero-bean chili will feel lighter than traditional recipes but can still pack a punch with generous servings of chicken and avocado. Recipe here.
Make this a lunch by adding chopped grilled chicken, or serve it alongside salmon for dinner.
Mix this classic puree into yogurt or oatmeal, serve it next to potato pancakes or pork chops, or just devour it with a spoon.