This week's soup is sure to please kids and adults alike. It contains all the warm and hearty flavors of a backyard cheeseburger. Great for camping.
Take button mushrooms and a few pantry staples to make this delicious and elegant soup. It's perfect as a first course for a dinner party or as a light lunch.
This week's soup contains shrimp, mustard greens and aromatics like garlic and onion. To make it more hearty, add rice or noodles for a complete meal.
This light and savory soup is usually made from fresh blended tomatoes and other summer vegetables. It is not cooked but is served chilled with savory toppings, such as herbs, hard boiled eggs, ham or more chopped veggies.
Similar to Egg Drop Soup, this recipe is commonly served in Chinese restaurants in Ireland as a starter. This simple savory soup contains ginger and green onions to add flavor to the sweet corn and chicken. Rice could be added for a more hearty meal.
This Persian inspired soup is also known as Ab Doogh Khiar. It is made with cucumbers, yogurt, and other Middle Eastern flavors.
Fresh tomatoes are readily available in stores, farmer's markets and backyard gardens this summer. Use your bounty to make this fresh tomato soup. Feel free to add in more basil as a garnish on top when serving.
If your zucchini plants were not harvested in time for small succulent vegetables, use the giant squash to make this blended soup. This low calorie soup is so creamy, you would swear that it contains dairy.
Revisit your childhood with this soup, which is reminiscent of the classic canned Bean with Bacon Soup from Campbells. It makes a great lunch or dinner option, perhaps with a fresh salad.
Fall is fast approaching and that means it is time for hearty soups. This creamy soup is the perfect bridge betwen summer and fall. It contains mint and lemon to brighten the broccoli flavor.
The Amish are no strangers to frugality and this thick soup is no exception. It contains all sorts of pantry staples, including barley and lots of veggies.
Onion soup is easy to make and so comforting during the cold months. Top each savory bowl with toasted bread and Swiss or gruyere cheese for a fancy dish you might find in a restaurant.
If you are left with a lot of ripe tomatoes from your garden this fall, use them to make this delicious tomato soup. The vegetables are roasted in the oven to add a deep flavor to this classic comfort food.