For those of you who are super-busy and still want to serve a rich, nutritious soup - here's the recipe!
This classic baked potato soup gets an upgrade with a crispy, crunchy Onion Haystack topper. Can be made several days ahead.
Carrot Ginger Soup
An incredibly easy, quick, and tasty soup that can be served hot or cold. Top with toasted pumpkin seeds or croutons for the perfect soup entrée.
Squash, Fennel, and Leek Soup
A must in winter: squash, fennel, and leek soup! You don't have to work hard to make a soup rich in flavors, warming and comforting. Put seasonal vegetables in a pot and enjoy!
Chicken, Vegetable, and Couscous Soup
Lunch is fast approaching. You have couscous but no soup - what do you do? Here's a recipe for a rich and steaming pot of soup in just 45 minutes!
Italian Vegetable Soup with Cheese Bread
Imagine a cold winter night and a steaming bowl of soup. This recipe is super-easy, nutritious, and great tasting! With orzo and cheese bread, you have a complete meal.
Butternut Squash Soup
Slow cooking food enhances all flavors without any hard work, just throw all your ingredients into the pot and come home to this hearty, filling one pot meal.
Winter Vegetable Soup
This is a flavorful, healthy soup that is easy to make. The soup freezes well and is filling and delicious; perfect for a cold winter day.
Moroccan Beef Soup
Taste a flavorful Moroccan soup with beef and vegetables and chickpeas. It's a one pot meal to fill and satisfy everyone.
Lentil and Pea Soup
This soup is simple to prepare, satisfying, nutritious, and inexpensive. The interaction between the flavors of lentils and the peas is awesome.
Potato, Onion, and Parsnip Soup
A thick and rich winter soup, with deep flavors of onions and roots. It is simple to prepare and can be the basis for adding meat, chicken, or other vegetables.
This is a simple, easy-to-make barley soup recipe. After cooking for 3 hours, the flanken gets so soft it melts in your mouth!
Pumpkin and Onion Soup for Fall
Thick and luxurious but not heavy, with a fresh blend of flavors that makes it great as a starter for a meal, and with a scent that fills your home.
Sugar is not Simcha
Few of us escape the junk-food parade and the overdoses of sugar that are characteristic of Purim feasts and over-indulgence, but here's a healthy antidote...