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    Single (or 2) - Soup and Chili

    Leftover soup makes a great quick lunch. Stored in the freezer it's handy when you need it.
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    I make soup like this based on what's freshest, and what I have on hand. More of a technique than a real recipe, but always light and satisfying. You can use more ingredients than specified, but will need more broth, too.

    Recipe #172373

    This a an easy no fat light lunch. Obviously, you can customize with adding your favorite herbs and or veggies, but I like it best this way!

    Recipe #248672

    Cooking for 2 is such a challenge! We love dried beans but cooking a small amount doesn't seem worth the effort and we aren't keen on leftovers. This is something I came up with to mimic a hearty bean soup, without all the hassle or leftovers. Even drained and rinsed, canned beans are not something I use often - they taste "off" to me. The added lemon juice brightens up the canned flavor and I suggest not leaving it out. The vegetables can be varied according to taste. Omit the ham for a vegetarian meal or substitute cooked, crumbled bacon for an even richer flavor. Don't like Great Northern beans? Add the variety that pleases you. Using this recipe as a guide, follow *your* tastebuds.

    Recipe #221791

    This is one of our favorite crock pot soups. It's very quick to assemble and very tasty with some crusty bread on a cold and rainy day. It is economical and vegetarian friendly.

    Recipe #244222

    Another great, easy ramen recipe. I've used this a lot, especially when school is in session! Cheap, quick and I always have the ingredients around (unless I haven't been to the store for like a month :-) )

    Recipe #36129

    3 Reviews |  By kearl

    So simple, so tasty, so soothing!!! A classic chicken noodle recipe. All it takes is some chicken broth or chicken soup base, chicken and some veggies. A bay leaf gives it the extra yummy factor. Why would you ever buy canned soup with such an easy tasty recipe like this! I read this recipe in a chicken cook book but changed a few things to suit my prefrences.

    Recipe #85648

    This tastes like a baked potato and sour cream. It is so yummy on a cool night. You'll make it often once you have tried it. It is good served with a Recipe #102070.

    Recipe #101980

    From the "Good and Garlicky Thick and Hearty Soup-Satisfying More than Minestrone Italian Soup Cookbook". I found this recipe on the Fine Cooking site and immediately bought the cookbook. My favorite soup.

    Recipe #114429

    This is a quick meal my mom used to serve when I was a kid.

    Recipe #199746

    1 Reviews |  By Jezski

    The ONLY recipe my father ever had. NOTE: I didn't say HE ever MADE it; that was my mother's job! A pure potato soup, no cheese, bacon, dill or other exotic ingredients. A true peasant recipe.

    Recipe #360460

    This is a simple, but delish chicken soup recipe. I make mine very simple, but you can go ahead and add whatever veggies you want. While I cook it with Celery, carrots and turnip, after its done, I take out the turnip and celery. Feel free to leave the celery if you like it. It's also important to leave the carrots and celery relativly whole, cut in half is ok. This keeps the carrots especially from getting mushy as they cook. The key is to not add the noodles until you're going to eat it... that way it doesn't get mushy.

    Recipe #328243

    This recipe is simple and all the ingredients are available in every supermarket

    Recipe #285173

    Quick and easy meal for one person.

    Recipe #75670

    This comes from my Great Grandmother. The food Ingredients come from the days of rationing during WW1. And all the ingredients are already in most pantries. It's very simple so She would make this for us every time we visited her. It was my favorite thing to eat when I was a kid. It's very rich so a little goes a long way. I still make this just for my birthday.

    Recipe #334816

    From "The Swiss Cookbook". I haven't made it yet. Sounds like great simplicity. Pepperidge Farm mades a good, firm white bread. The author says that this is a traditional, nonliquid soup. I'm having trouble meshing "soup" and "nonliquid", but there you go.

    Recipe #379693

    This came from a Gooseberry Patch cookbook. I havent tried it yet but it sounds yummy.

    Recipe #122536

    Hearty, low-carb cabbage soup with corned beef that will absolutely warm up any cold day!

    Recipe #395743

    My husband is a big fan of creamed corn and loves soup. I came up with this recipe because I needed soup quick and didn't want him to have to eat the same soup for over a week. It is quick and easy and doesn't make a large amount, perfect for 2 people.

    Recipe #85033

    From The Splendid Table and Lynne Rossetto Kasper. Makes about 4 cups; doubles and triples easily. 5 minutes prep time; 30 minutes stove time. The broth keeps for 4 days refrigerated and 6 months frozen. Claimed by the editor of Gormet to be the best she ever had. Put here for safe keeping

    Recipe #333989

    11 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I found this recipe in one of my favorite cookbooks, "Texas Cookin' - Lone Star Style" and changed it up just a bit. This soup is creamy and delicious! I made it for my DH because he had some dental work done. He normally is not a big soup fan, but he loved this recipe!

    Recipe #85139

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