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5 Reviews |  By CunSwim

I had a huge bag of spinach and needed to use it up so I made this soup.

Recipe #162278

This is a great meal-in-one pot type of soup. I use turkey Italian sausage to cut down on the fat content. We love the Parmesan cheese toasts on top...use a nice crusty bread for those.

Recipe #173678

As I've said before, I LOVE mushrooms, so here is another great recipe using them. Make this with a variety of mushrooms,and hot paprika, or smoked paprika, very nice. This is from Marie on another recipe site. Mega suggested the following: "One thing I changed was to use an 8oz brick of low fat cream cheese instead of the milk and flour. " Give it a try!

Recipe #135215

This is a clone of the Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana. Tried and true, approved by former Olive Garden chefs.

Recipe #38298

Hudson's was a department store in Michigan which is now owned by Marshall Fields. Hudson's had darling little cafes inside their stores, and one of their specialties was this amazing cheddar cheese soup. It's the best I've ever had, and I think you will agree! Angostura bitters is a surprise secret ingredient that really adds to the flavor. Be sure to use good quality, sharp aged (12 months or more) cheddar. It is absolutely KEY to the success of this recipe.

Recipe #114962

5 Reviews |  By Irmgard

I always make this soup after the holidays when I have a nice, meaty turkey carcass for making stock. You can get a lot of servings out of it simply by increasing the amount of water used. This recipe was developed in the tests kitchens of Homemakers Magazine.

Recipe #74180

Very favorful soup to help use up some of your garden produce. It's got 20 cloves of garlic, how can you go wrong? From our local paper.

Recipe #94650

This chicken dish is similar to the ones served at expensive restaurants... great to serve to company, very impressive, and delicious too!

Recipe #102406

adopted 9/15 by me. This recipe is from Gourmet issue December 1997. I finally traced it down.

Recipe #50367

This recipe is from Executive Chef Remy Schaal of la Madeleine French Bakery & Cafe. Founded in Dallas in 1983, la Madeleine has many neighborhood cafes and bakeries in five states and Washington, D.C. Excellent potato soup!

Recipe #63500

This tasty recipe is similar to one I saw on The Food Network. This soup is full of texture, and is not pureed like a traditional Caldo Verde. I often use "no salt added" beans and tomatoes, reduced sodium broth, and rarely need to add extra salt at all, but other folks may want more. We like it with a little sour cream, along with a head of roasted garlic and a hearty loaf of good bread.

Recipe #92002

My mum taught me how to make this soup. It's one of my favourites when the days start to become shorter and colder. If you live in Germany, try to cook some 'Mettendchen' with the potatoes, it gives the soup a beautiful flavour, if you can't find Mettendchen try using kielbasa or a ham bone. You can also cook a ham bone in it for extra flavour.

Recipe #101378

The boyfriend loves creamy chicken-rice soups, and this is my effort to that end. I like the addition of sherry and a dash of curry powder and it's a great way to use up leftover chicken (and presumably turkey). This soup will thicken up overnight; it can be thinned with more chicken stock without losing flavor; adjust salt and pepper to taste. Almonds are optional but add an interesting crunch; this soup is also "crockpot-able" if you prefer.

Recipe #81633

This soup was created on a windy, stormy fall evening, when all I wanted to do was come home from work and make something satisfying yet quick and easy. It's "soulful" because you don't have to hurt a soul to prepare it; it's quite vegetarian-friendly. Of course, the ingredients can be modified to accommodate carnivores - use real bacon instead of bacon bits, or beef broth instead of vegetable broth. For less sodium, you can prepare your own broth, or use just water. The spiciness can also be adjusted to individual tastes, but I like it just like this. Don't be afraid of the amount of Tabasco sauce here; you're using Tabasco's new chipotle variety - kind of like a spicy steak sauce that can be used as a condiment. I like to serve this with saltine crackers, or garlic bread (with or without ooey, gooey cheese!). One other note: don't add salt to beans while they're cooking. It can interfere with the cooking process and make them take longer to finish. Always add salt to beans after they're tender.

Recipe #76250

17 Reviews |  By winkki

When we lived in Boston, we loved to get soup from the New England Soup Factory, known for their hearty and unusual combinations. This is one of their recipes. Although it's a 'cream' soup, since the base is coconut milk it remains vegan. The coconut is perhaps not what you're used to seeing with chickpeas and butternut but it really adds a sweet richness and fullness.

Recipe #95135

30 Reviews |  By winkki

Another unique but wonderfully filling soup from the New England Soup Factory - very thick and hearty! (Prep time does not include poaching chicken; this would be a great way to use leftovers!) Found online.

Recipe #95409

7 Reviews |  By winkki

This low carb creation is reported to be one of the favorite soups of Marjorie Druker, the much-lauded chef behind the popular New England Soup Factory. Found online.

Recipe #95589

12 Reviews |  By winkki

A savory blend of three mushrooms in a unique recipe from the New England Soup Factory in Boston, known for their hearty and unusual soups. If you prefer a vegetarian soup, be sure to use a very flavorful veggie stock in place of the chicken stock.

Recipe #95509

Having had a lot of dental work done around here lately, I was constantly coming up with new soups. This is a nice comforting soup; start out by simmering the turkey legs in broth with some cloves added; then add meat to the rest of the soup. If you can't find fideos, you can use thin spaghetti broken into 1 or 2-inch lengths. And, about an hour of the cook time is represented by the cooking of the drumsticks to be used in the soup.

Recipe #100267

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