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    Souped up soup!

    Recipe #383739

    1 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From Real Simple magazine, Fake it, Don't Make it section, Nov. 2003. Canned black beans, salsa, sour cream and canned chicken broth-and Lime and dry sherry are optional. OK to freeze since it reheats beautifully.

    Recipe #272063

    There are a lot of chicken tortilla soup recipes here, and I have hesitated to post mine because of it, but this is honestly THE BEST soup I have ever had (and I've tried quite a few!). It is a bit spicy, but it is so satisfying, and feeds a hungry crowd! This recipe, like most soup recipes is pretty loose on the measurements, seasonings are very much "to taste." If you like more corn, add more corn, want more carrots, go ahead! You get the idea.

    Recipe #253658

    One of the gals from college gave me this recipe. She and I used to swap out on cooking meals because we were the only ones who like to cook on our floor. I was thumbing through my recipes working on "Culinary Corner" for the easy winter soups article. It was SOOO filling and good. At the time, I thought it was different and really, I'm really leery about trying new stuff. VERY quick and easy for you Mom's who need something fast!

    Recipe #151460

    Literally, SIX freakin' cans!! (It has been brought to my attention that there are only FIVE freakin' cans. Ooops, sorry. Usually I don't have a problem counting to five, but there you go. Enjoy the recipe anyway!)

    Recipe #155290

    This makes a great tasting soup that you will love! Adapted from the cooking show Big Daddy's House on Food Network. Enjoy!

    Recipe #356054

    25 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is real comfort food for me. Very warming on a cold day.

    Recipe #12867

    2 Reviews |  By Adam K.

    This recipe was given to me from my supervisor at work (Rick Rossi). I have not tried it yet, but I promise I will and put in my review!

    Recipe #15342

    3 Reviews |  By Iceland

    A simple recipe i got from an old school friend. Serve with fresh bread spread with butter and maybe some ham.

    Recipe #420848

    Berliner linsentop is the German word for this. I found the recipe in an 1984 recipe book of World Best Vegetable recipes. Posted for ZWT6

    Recipe #424613

    My family loves to enjoy this thick and hearty bowl of tummy warmin' love. The original recipe comes from the 1970 "Hard Times Cook Book" beef and vegetable soup but has been officially "Mama'fyed" so much that it has become an entirely different dish. I hope your family enjoys this as much as mine does. It is wonderful served with some warm and crusty bread or biscuits or even a pan of warm cornbread. See the options at the bottom of the recipe too for MORE VEGGIES that are great additions. As always, feel free to make this recipe fit your family and their likes and dislikes. It always makes my day when someone tells me that their family/kids will now eat a new food that they would previously not touch after trying one of my recipes. If I can help your family eat healthier I am a happy Mama!

    Recipe #110465

    This is easy, quick, and delicious! The fresh rosemary and garlic make the beans taste heavenly. To make this even quicker, just cook it in the microwave.

    Recipe #162882

    Southern New Years Day tradition. Everyone has their own recipe. This is mine. The prep time includes soaking the peas overnight and the cook time could vary depending on where you live. I have also just thrown everything in a crockpot and let it cook for 8 hours. You can eat it any time, not just for New Year's. It freezes well for once a month cooking.

    Recipe #50648

    5 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is a quick dinner or lunch just for 2.

    Recipe #296565

    This recipe came from my friend Tanya. She served it at a dinner we attended and I loved it.

    Recipe #376836

    26 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This is a white chili, using leftover cooked turkey or chicken, with a nice spicy kick. This is strickly a white chili, no tomatoes, red beans, or chili powder of any kind.

    Recipe #105071

    Delicious and very easy.

    Recipe #72729

    I have had several people ask me for an authentic chicken gumbo recipe. This is my attempt at a recipe. I didn't realize it until I sat down the try to type this, I don't know HOW I make gumbo!Gumbo isn't about recipes. I never saw my Maw Maw's recipe because she didn't have one. Gumbo is cooked with instinct and heart. Gumbo is a dish you are taught not something you can make by reading a recipe. My gumbo won't taste like yours and yours won't taste like mine, altough mine tastes pretty similar to Maw Maw's but that is probably because she taught me how to make it when I was about 8. If you have the ability to cook with pinches, dabs and shakes, if you can season, then taste, then season a little more until it tastes right to you, then you can make gumbo using this "recipe". If you can't, you might want to find someone to show you how.

    Recipe #47656

    I can make this an all-day thing, but the results are a very tasty soup. I usually stop at the point where I have my chicken pulled and store it in the fridge for a while, and add it later when I cook the noodles. This is pretty much my own recipe, so feel free to adjust anyway you like.(I gave some to my Dad not long ago, and he said he liked it better than my Mom's. High praise!)A final note: I tend to always end up with a huge pot of soup of any kind - they "grow" on me throughout the process!

    Recipe #50539

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