Time for Soup Recipes
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Now that autumn has officially arrived, it’s time to get out my soup pot to start making delicious soups for our family. There are so many soup recipes to choose from, but here are our favorite Time for Soup Recipes, along with some favorite breads to pair with them.
#2 – Country Potato Soup – I love this potato soup recipe. Soothing and creamy, with bits of carrots, celery, and sausage. Serve with saltine crackers or a crusty sourdough bread. Or even better, serve it in an individual bread bowl. Oh my! Comfort Food Deluxe!
#3 – Homemade Tomato Soup with Tortellini – This recipe for Homemade Tomato Soup with Tortellini is so easy to make and much tastier and more healthy for you than the can of condensed tomato soup that is probably sitting in your pantry cupboard. I encourage you to try making it the next time you’re craving soup and a grilled cheese sandwich!
#4 – Game Day Chili with Beer – If you like a thin, spicy chili cooked to perfection in a dark beer broth and loaded with lots of heat and flavor then this chili is for you. (My husband prefers a thicker chili, but this one is my absolute favorite.)
#5 – This Creamy Chicken Gnocchi Soup is so delicious. Seared pieces of chicken breast cooked in an aromatic buttery base of carrots, celery, and onion. Then finished off with light cream, homemade potato gnocchi, and a sprinkling of fresh spinach. Serve this creamy soup with a Rustic Sourdough Baguette for a drool-worthy, but simple dinner fit for your most honored guests.
#6 – Vegetable Beef Soup – I’m not sure there is a more perfect Comfort Food Soup than this recipe that’s flavored with beef stock, herbs and spices, carrots, potatoes, peas, onions, and tomatoes, and of course tender and delicious beef, left over from a recent Beef Pot Roast Dinner. Serve this with your favorite saltine crackers. Oh my. Seconds, please.
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#9 – Slow-Cooked Tortilla Chicken Soup – Make this soup in your slow cooker while you’re at work or out shopping and come home to a delicious Mexican dinner. This soup is also great for potlucks as it will serve a crowd. Serve with your favorite corn tortilla chips.
#10 – Chunky Venison Stew – This hearty stew is one of our family favorites. We love eating this soup in the mountains when on vacation, but also enjoy it on a warm, cozy evening in our home. If you don’t have any venison in your freezer, you may substitute beef stew meat. I like to serve this stew with Savory Southwest Biscuits.
# 11 – Cheeseburger Soup – Another quick and easy weeknight meal to serve your family with ground beef, potatoes, and Velveeta cheese. Serve with your favorite saltine crackers.
#12 – Classic Minestrone Soup – This classic Italian soup is full of yummy goodness. Sausage, Kielbasa, tomatoes, vegetables, beans, macaroni, and a wonderful flavorful broth. Serve Minestrone with a crusty loaf of Tangy Sourdough Bread.
#13 – This Butternut Squash Bisque with Bacon is a delicious dish to serve your guests as an appetizer or soup course. It’s easy enough to make and if desired, you can prepare it ahead of time and then simply warm up before serving.
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