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    Chowders, Soups and Stews

    Something warm for the fall and winter...
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    This soup is creamy as well as hearty and filling; easy to prepare and budget-friendly. The corn adds a tiny bit of sweetness to the taste. For variety, you could probably add some peas and/or carrots; shredded cheddar for topping upon serving. Add some nice warm bread to accompany the meal. This recipe is courtesy of Taste of Home Magazine, a 2nd place winner in a soup contest.

    Recipe #56845

    56 Reviews |  By Kat

    Very filling, tasty, and easy to make. For best results, buy a good, very smokey bacon from a butcher shop.

    Recipe #12662

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I checked through Recipezaar and couldn't find any like this one that I threw together for lunch today. The secret is the roasted garlic (there are many recipes for roasting garlic here on Recipezaar I used Mean Chefs') - I just did 15 heads and froze them and they are wonderful. The potatoes I used are wee little runts from the garden only about 1/2" across but any potato will do peeled & diced.

    Recipe #101849

    This is a recipe passed on to me by a friend. I love it on cold evenings, especially for the smokey flavour the sausages give the soup.

    Recipe #22835

    55 Reviews |  By Derf

    Great on a cold night after Christmas shopping, and quick too! (Cooking light)

    Recipe #15875

    15 Reviews |  By Lennie

    The sour cream is an unusual add-in for a beef stew, but it adds a lovely richness. This stew is definitely homey, but good enough for company.

    Recipe #23995

    This is one of my favourite recipes for leftover roast beef - its delicious on a cold winter night!!If you don't have leftover beef, substitute with 1 lb of extra-lean ground beef, to be cooked with the onions. "Demi glace" or "au jus" can be found with the prepackaged gravies & sauces in the supermarket - you just won't get the same great flavour if you omit it!!

    Recipe #57830

    This is a wonderful lower fat recipe...the gravy from this is so good.

    Recipe #77105

    This is posted in response to a request for a stew that was low in fat, low in high-glycemic carbohydrates, and high in fibre. I think this fits the bill.

    Recipe #75357

    Simple home-style cooking is always the best and every culture loves stew - this version is a favourite in my family! Sometimes, I'll add parsnips or turnips - at other times, I'll omit the potatoes & serve over broad noodles - and occasionally, I top it with dumplings!!

    Recipe #72839

    This recipe was given to me by my friend. These instructions are exactly how she gave them to me. I hope it is not to confusing. This is a very good recipe for chicken stew or pot pie filling. It has become a favorite at our house.

    Recipe #66229

    3 Reviews |  By Derf

    Comfort Food without the heavy calories! from "Cooking Light" magazine (1989)

    Recipe #14037

    8 Reviews |  By Marlitt

    My grandmother always made this borscht in the fall and winter. She never made anything by recipe so this is my version. The kids and neighbors love it and always ask when I'm going to make it again. Or tell me I should have made a bigger pot.

    Recipe #102179

    To make this typical north African soup use yellow split peas, its the secret ingredient according to my colleague. This makes a wonderful lunch served with garlic bread and a light fruit salad.

    Recipe #90299

    I adapted this recipe from one for lentil soup, and called it Turkish because of the Urfa Pepper I used in it, which I found in my local Turkish grocery store. You could also use chilli flakes. If you want to use lentils instead of the peas, you can easily do so and your cooking time will be shorter. You also won't need quite as much water as you do for the peas.

    Recipe #89098

    We often have this soup on Sunday afternoons in the winter. It is quick and easy, hearty and filling. Serve it with fresh hot homemade biscuits or fresh bread. Yumm. Real comfort food.

    Recipe #82565

    From Bon Appetit, June, 2000.

    Recipe #80598

    This is my old fashioned style soup and is always enjoyed especially during the cold weather.

    Recipe #79563

    A rich beefy tomato-based soup.

    Recipe #76708

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