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    Soupcon!

    Soups, chowders, and stews are belly-warmers in the cold winter. Crockpot or quick fix. Crusty bread is all ya need to complete the meal. Love it when the soupcon!
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    1 Reviews |  By Zurie

    A really quick fine-dining type recipe! The approximate American weights are given in brackets. You can assemble this soup a day ahead, and keep it in the fridge to heat gently just before serving. Please adjust to your taste. Use the best quality canned mushroom soup and smoked oysters -- it makes a big difference to the end result. It IS rich, no excuses, but is served in very small portions -- not as generous as my photo seems to indicate! PS: I think that 2 cans of oysters might be better than just one and will improve the flavour. If you find the cup of cream too much, use a 1/2 cup plus 1/2 cup chicken broth (or more mushroom soup).

    Recipe #485461

    I literally CRAVE this amazing, hearty soup from Panera when the weather begins to chill.... this is the closest recipe I have found to theirs. The best part is, it's ready in less than an hour!! I've found that the reviews are right and have lessened the amount of flour; originally 1 cup; just use 1/2 or a bit more depending on how thick you like your soup (Panera's is VERY thick).

    Recipe #438883

    Chicken Risotto. A yummy creamy ( as in texture but has no cream ) chicken, rice and veggie concoction I made last night for dinner. However, I used sushi rice instead of the typical italian arborio- but it absorbs just as much!! Good stuff. As for taste...think of your favorite chicken soup recipe...but risotto syle. If you use arborio rice you may need to increase liquid and cooking time...it takes a little longer to cook than sushi rice (approx. 5-10 mins..) read the instructions on your package of arborio rice to get an idea.

    Recipe #410918

    This is a variation of another dish my grandmother made when she stayed with us. Don’t let the number of ingredients freak you out. They’re mostly seasoning and spices and not a lot of chopping, mincing, or dicing. Bok choy and shitake mushrooms are two of my favorite vegetables and I added these two items to the recipe. I also switched out the anchovies broth for water and added dashida, which is a soup stock that comes in anchovy, clam or beef flavors. I use beef dashida.

    Recipe #402890

    Cheesy Goodness!!! Oh My, is this good! The cheese topping makes this soup! The ingredients make a winning combination for a hearty meal. As a side use crusty bread, ritz crackers or saltine crackers.

    Recipe #395605

    Made quickly one night when I was starving! The Neufchatel cream cheese gives the soup a nice tang --

    Recipe #392914

    This recipe uses canned mushrooms to speed up the cooking time. Make sure the can is 16 oz DRY weight of mushroom pieces. If you can't find those large cans, just by small ones to equal 16 oz DRY weight.

    Recipe #342747

    The original recipe for this soup was from Cooking Light Annual Recipes (1996). I adjusted it to suit our tastes. It's been a while since I made this particular soup, but I remember the first time I made it, I added some lean ground beef (we ate more meat then) and mixed up the spices a bit. It's a nice mixture and you can really adjust to your taste without fear. Serve with some warm crusty bread.

    Recipe #319207

    Diabetic Friendly Serve with Parmesan, if you like.

    Recipe #305297

    This is a delicious, healthy and quick soup with a lovely French flair -- and a great way to use leftover ham. The Puy lentils can be pricey, so you may want to substitute other lentils--they'll taste almost as good but they will not retain their shape/texture the way the Puy lentils will.

    Recipe #293488

    This is absolutely wonderful on a cold winter day. It's very thick and rich and totally filling. Perfect as a main dish.

    Recipe #288473

    2 Reviews |  By chefRD

    Delicious, hearty soup full of cabbage, carrots, ground beef and onions. Tomato base and just the right amount of spices. Wonderful served with crusty home-made bread. Try with Rye Bread!

    Recipe #286011

    3 Reviews |  By MsSally

    This is a favorite of my DH. He always askes for this one. It is meant for Vermont White Cheddar, but any strong cheddar will do. It does take some time, but it is well worth it. Makes a large batch. Given to me by my aunt.

    Recipe #277843

    This uses a 5 quart slow cooker and is fast and easy.

    Recipe #275958

    Recipe I got from my grandma--my family really likes it.

    Recipe #273324

    This just simply couldn't be nicer to eat on a cold winter's day. Total points, 7 1/2 for the entire batch. I'm making it weekly!

    Recipe #267476

    1 Reviews |  By Derf

    A wonderful hearty warming soup for a cold winter day.

    Recipe #267177

    This is the soup I make after I have baked my Recipe #262247. This soup uses split peas, but you can just as easily use yellow or red split lentils instead (same weight and cooking instructions). Many old style recipes require that the split peas are soaked overnight before starting recipes but this is not normally necessary nowadays. However, be sure to read the packet instructions carefully. If the split peas are soaked overnight their cooking time can be reduced to around 40 minutes. This recipe does not require overnight soaking however. If you have made my Recipe #262247, you will not need to add the vegetables listed here - unless you want extra vegetables, as the stock will already contain them. The cooking time will then depend on the split peas or lentils only. This serves 4 hungry people in large, deep soup bowls as a main course soup dish. It is wonderful with crusty bread rolls or baguette. This also makes a fabulous soup to take on a picnic in the Autumn or Winter, just what the doctor ordered!

    Recipe #262734

    Found this one on Allrecipes.com I am looking forward to trying it-sounds yummy! Could add some chicken to add to the recipe.

    Recipe #245696

    This is simple and very easy to make. The results are a creamy and hearty chowder without the use of heavy cream or thickners. Substituting turkey bacon can further lower the calorie count.

    Recipe #234258

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