When I first made this I didn't think my kids would eat it. They LOVED it and I ended up having to make another batch. Try it with Tostitos Hint of Lime tortilla chips. My kids like to scoop the soup up with the chips! You can also make this very low fat, if you so choose.
Very thick and filling and inexpensive; I've made it too often to remember its origin now. Tastes almost like it's made with milk but it isn't. You may wish to spice it up to taste; dh prefers his this way. Doubles well. Warning! A friend liked it enough that she decided to try it in the crockpot...it became so thick that it was basically a solid chunk, lol; the serving spoon stood upright! Stick to the stovetop and you'll be happier with this economical winter soup. ;o)
Another of Marjorie Druker's wonderful combinations from the New England Soup Factory in Boston. The chili powder, cumin, and Tabasco add a real kick to this colorful combo. Takes a while to make, but not difficult. If you prefer more of a soup, add more V-8 and adjust spices to taste. (If you forget to soak the beans overnight, cover with water, bring to a boil for 2 min, turn off heat, cover and let stand 1 hr).
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.
Found this recipe in Taste of Home and adjusted it to my family's tastes. Colorful soup quickly made from items usually found in your pantry. Fast fix for unexpected guests! Open cans, heat and eat! Spicy and yummy!
From Fitness magazine February 2006. Very easy to make and vegan, too! As a suggestion, serve with Recipe #118085. Also, I like to cook up a pot of brown rice and add a large spoonful to each serving of soup for a complete meal in a bowl. Finally, I have reduced the coconut milk by half and the soup was still delicious! There you go!