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    Recipe #3586

    This is a great, healthy recipe that I originally got from a weight watchers meeting, but that I didn't actually try myself until a coworker made it for a faculty lunch. It's amazing how the refried beans thicken the soup and give it more body than the broth alone. It's super tasty, but quite spicy. I cut the spice by topping individual servings with fat free sour cream and shredded cheese. You could also replace the spicy diced tomatoes with an additional can of regular tomatoes if you don't like so much heat. Another way to reduce the heat would be to add an additional can of chicken broth and more beans, either more black beans or a can of kidney beans. Don't like it meatless? Stir in some browned ground beef or turkey, or add some cubed or shredded cooked chicken. Note: After reorganizing my pantry, I realized I have two similar types of tomatoes, and that I have used Mexican style diced tomatoes the last couple of times I made this, which likely made this more spicy than the rotel style tomatoes would have.

    Recipe #247704

    Fast, easy, and filling. This soup is always a crowd pleaser.

    Recipe #288497

    I got this recipe from someone at my Weight Watchers meeting. I don't know where the original recipe came from. It's very low points and I can eat it every day without getting tired of it.

    Recipe #210757

    A meal on its own!!! Tastes just like stuffed peppers without all the glamour. Truly easy and satisfying. Comfort food at its finest. Can easily be prepared in a crock pot...at step 3 just throw it in the crock on med for 7 hours . It freezes nicely too!

    Recipe #392180

    After pondering how to use up an extra head of cabbage we had, opted to make this tasty soup! Toast some crusty bread slices to go with it. My husband prefers simple flavors, so this is not "spiced up" with herbs, but I have made variations in the past with bay leaf, parsley, thyme, etc., whatever my mood was at the time! Hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #413984

    I love soup! This is very tasty and a real hearty treat. It comes together quickly. UPDATE: 2/14 I recently added a can of diced tomatoes an that was a great addition. Serve with a baked tomato, green salad and crusty bread. Oh, and don't forget a nice glass of red vino. Recipe from DH's cuz MC!

    Recipe #332176

    A quick version of the classic Italian bean soup and soooo good!

    Recipe #50553

    This was yummy! I wanted to try something new and decided on this and was glad I did. Cook's Illustrated/America's Test Kitchen seldom ever lets me down. I served this over large croutons I made from stale bread I had in the freezer by cutting it into large cubes and toasting/drying it out in the oven.

    Recipe #407680

    Recipe #40897

    Comfort soup at its finest! I usually make this to use up leftover ham. This is easy to adapt with other ingredients. I don't put celery in mine. I have added garlic sometimes as well.

    Recipe #262140

    I have been making this hearty soup for as long as I have been cooking. My mom and my grandmother always made soup like this,it does take time but worth it. My family loves this soup & looks forward to coming to dinner when I say, I'm making soup. It is loaded with vegetables. A great to use left over vegetables.

    Recipe #139520

    I found this in TOH Quick Cooking magazine. I haven't tried it yet but it looks like something my family and I would love. Plan on trying it soon.

    Recipe #51699

    This is a wonderful hearty tasting soup-serve with a dark bread like pumpernickel.

    Recipe #48091

    Recipe courtesy of Rachael Ray

    Recipe #119589

    It's been snowing for weeks here, so I've pulled out this "seasonal" recipe to make later this week - it's from my mother's lifetime collection of recipe clippings and cards.

    Recipe #347691

    I like to add diced carrots at first as like vegetables family loves as is, though I substitute red wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar for the red wine

    Recipe #381035

    Courtesy Cathy Lowe (foodnetwork.com)

    Recipe #271321

    29 Reviews |  By Derf

    A very good hearty soup, serve as a meal with crusty rolls. Freezes well.

    Recipe #13187

    Wholesome, hearty, and nutritious.

    Recipe #27967

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