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    2 Reviews |  By David04

    Best Chili I ever had. It can also be used on as a hot dog chili or on top of chili cheese fries. But I find it great by itself, and it is a lot healthier that way.

    Recipe #437768

    This soup is flavorful and satisfying. I clipped it from a recent newspaper article. This will make 8 1-cup servings.

    Recipe #437384

    Known as Avgolemono in Greece and Aarshe Saak in the Middle East, this tangy velvety soup is a staple at many meals. Aarshe Saak typically has small meatballs in it, while Avgolemono traditionally has rice and no meat. However, there are many regional and personal variations, and this is mine. This version I came up with has has chicken and spinach/mushrooms to make it more filling. Feel free to omit these ingredients or experiment! Note: I always "eyeball" quantities when I cook, so these amounts may not be perfectly exact- always adjust quantities to taste :)

    Recipe #435318

    I adapted this from a recipe from the Food Network, to meet my family's tastes. It's a wonderful soup that will become one of your favorites immediately It freezes beautifully, if there are any leftovers! Don't cut your spinach or basil with a knife, as it will turn the leaves black and not very appealing. Before your soup is done, taste it! This is where you make your final adjustments. Does it need more salt? Does the flavor of the basil come through? Be sure to add any extra spices at this time, not everyone likes the same amount of Italian seasoning, (for example) so season to your taste. This freezes very well. If you freeze soups, always leave at least 1 inch of head-space between your food and the top of the lid.I always buy whole tomatoes and crush them myself. Tyler Florence said that diced tomatoes were flavorless and nearly colorless, I agree! Note: in the Nutritional values, the calories, etc. are given for the WHOLE recipe, not per serving.

    Recipe #412637

    2 Reviews |  By TLC-MO

    I made a pot of Mom's Hamburger Soup this afternoon which is really smelling and tasting good. And I just emailed my daughter and asked her to bring home some crusty rolls from Panera's to have with it. This is a thick and hearty soup -- perfect for dunking the bread. It's cold outside, so this will be great for supper tonight. Since it's one of those recipes that isn't written down, I decided to post it while everything is fresh on my mind. Mom always used spaghetti, but I think it gets too mushy when the soup is warmed up for the 2nd or 3rd time. And she didn't use the steak seasoning, but to me it seems to lift the taste of the meat and tomatoes.

    Recipe #410981

    Sure, this isn't your typical minestrone soup recipe. However, it does taste the same and it's healthier.

    Recipe #407952

    From The Cliff House in Ogunquit, Maine, is this wonderful, glorious clam chowder! It is smooth and velvety, and will warm you to the bone! This recipe is so worth making! Even in the desert, where I live it gets cold, and I made this to warm everyone up and it definately did the trick! This is a definate keeper! I hope you will enjoy! The spice blend can be uses for so many things, I make about a triple recipe, and it keeps well in either a zip bag or a container with a tight-fitting lid. Note: If you get all of your ingredients together before you begin, the cooking part is a snap!

    Recipe #403900

    6 Reviews |  By Nif

    This recipe takes some time to make but it needs very little attention. You can work on the main meal while this is cooking. Breaking into the cheesy crust on top is a unique way to present this soup to your guests.

    Recipe #403184

    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

    4 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This was an easy and delicious weeknight supper which was changed slightly for my family's tastes from a recipe from the local newspaper (which was adapted from Slow & Easy Recipes) Edited recipe per a review stating what to do with the beef.

    Recipe #392129

    In the recipe description it said that this is one his mother's recipes. He states that it is very economical and was eaten frequently in his home growing up. Placed here for safe keeping, but sounds great! This recipe would be a great "springboard" so to speak, as you could easily add in zucchini, green beans, turnips, corn, you name it! He suggests serving with a hot loaf of bread. This is a very BASIC recipe, just as my mom would have made it with little to no seasoning. I personally add 1 tsp or more of Italian Seasoning as well as about 1/2 tsp of Seasoning Salt and then Tobasco sauce to taste. GREAT comfort food.

    Recipe #382504

    3 Reviews |  By Nif

    Yum, yum, yum. That's all I can say about this tasty soup. You can also sprinkle each bowl with a bit of light Parmesan or Romano cheese. Enjoy!

    Recipe #356873

    This is a very quick soup that makes a nice presentation at your dinner party or holiday meal. There are very few ingredients, yet it yields a very flavorful soup. It also makes a complete meal with some crusty bread and a salad. I am not a fan of fennel seed, so I have always omitted it, but the original recipe calls for it, so I won't impose my tastes on everyone!

    Recipe #356738

    I think the name says it all. This makes an elegant soup course for a dinner party or holiday gathering. No one would ever guess how quick and easy it is to make.

    Recipe #356730

    This couldn't be simpler...or faster, and tastes just as good as your local Chinese take-out.

    Recipe #356717

    Super easy versatile chili - Freezes well

    Recipe #356388

    This is one of the best stews I have ever had. It has a deep dark, somewhat thick base. I have used Bass Pale Ale also with great results. Truly one of my favorites. From Chef Michael Lamonaco's appearance on the Today Show with some revisions. Serve with a nice crusty bread.

    Recipe #352197

    This recipe is from a Pillsbury Slow Cooker cookbook. If you don't have buffalo wing sauce, you can use a mixture of 1/2 teaspoon red pepper sauce and 1/4 teaspoon ground red pepper (cayenne).

    Recipe #350006

    I am a hot and sour soup SNOB, for sure! I could eat it every day, but since I live 47 miles from the closest Chinese restaurant, and I'm on a budget as far as buying ingredients...I dreamed this up, and trust me, it is yummy. Not the real thing for sure, but it satisfies my cravings. I use Maruchan Ramen in either the oriental or shrimp flavor. You can use any brand rice vinegar, seasoned or unseasoned, and for the heat, I use only Sriracha HOT Chili Sauce. (or as we call it, rooster sauce, because of the picture of the rooster on the bottle.)

    Recipe #346550

    I came across this from a old recipe book I had from years ago. If you want it milder, you might want to cut down on thwe chili powder.

    Recipe #344344

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