A Dom Deluise recipe. This actually dates back to the Depression era. It's inexpensive, tasty and good for you.
Make sure you use uncooked rice in this recipe.
Serve with additional grated cheese.
Note: I've read the reviews and adjusted the liquid.
This is my favorite recipe for potato soup. It's a copycat of the one they use to serve at the St. Louis Bread Company (Panera). The recipe originally called for shredding your potatoes, but I never could get them to cook that way. I know they should cook faster, but I never could get it to work.
This is an easy dish, if you have everything in the pantry. I came up with the recipe after having it in a diner. I use ground turkey instead of beef. Sometimes I make this in a crockpot (low for a few hours), adding the cooked macaroni at the end of cooking.
For zesty flavor, you can add in 1/2 jar pasta sauce.
A quick an easy soup to make on a busy day using canned pork and beans and leftover cooked ham. Substitute crispy well-drained bacon bits or other cooked meat for the ham if you like. Use any small macaroni you have on hand, and adjust the seasonings to your taste. Serve with thick crusty bread and butter, either plain or spread with garlic butter recipe #190648 and toasted under the broiler.
This is a quick and rather rustic version for those of you who enjoy a bit more texture. I usually leave the potatoes unpeeled for greater ease and nutritional value, but you may peel them if you wish. Enjoy as is or garnish with a bit of creme fraiche.
This is another VERY QUICK and EASY, yet VERY TASTY soup. This recipe was handed down to me by my mother (who would usually rather eat out than cook). My family loves this with a salad and bread. It is comforting on a cold winter day.
From "The Best Freezer Cookbook". This is a very simple soup. My kids actually prefer it with no carrots or peas. Just chicken and noodles. I find the noodles I use in the kosher section of my supermarket.
This is not Gramma's chicken soup, but it does provide comfort food fairly quickly to someone suffering from a cold. The lemon juice added to the bowl will add just enough tang to make it interesting enough to eat all of the soup.
This recipe started out from a recipe I found in a magazine, and I then tweaked it to be just the way we like it. It doesn't take long to fix, and is our all time favorite!! All of these measurements are approximate, feel free to use more or less of any of the ingredients to suit your taste. Don't skip the leek. It makes the soup!