Favorite Soup Recipes {Share Yours Please}

Today for Souper Monday instead of sharing a recipe, I thought I would let you share your favorite soup recipe.

I love hearing and reading about recipes that others enjoy, so today I would love for you to link up your favorite soup recipe, chili recipes, and other soupish things will work also. And if you do not have a website or blog, feel free to leave the link, or recipe, in the comments.

Please link to your soup recipe post, not your home page. (If you link to your home page and not your recipe, your link will be deleted.)

Please also link back here somewhere in your post. Thank you! (If you do not link back your link will be deleted.)

And please take time to visit some of the other recipes being linked up and shared.

I can’t wait to see what you all share.


Lynn's Kitchen Adventures

Comments

  1. Thank you for hosting a soup round-up. I can always use a new soup recipe. I’ll be sure to check back later to see what I’d like to make! Today I shared my cheese soup recipe. I normally add chives and parsley, hubby adds a ton of bacon to his.

  2. I have a mere two soups that I’ve created, but they’re both yummy!

    Sunday Soup: http://mamieutah.blogspot.com/2009/02/sunday-soup.html

    CrockPot Chunky Chili: http://mamieutah.blogspot.com/2010/10/crockpot-chunky-chili.html

  3. This is another one of my favorite soups, but it isn’t my recipe!

    Italian Sausage Soup – http://www.the-girl-who-ate-everything.com/2011/01/italian-sausage-soup-with-cheese.html

    • I was going to suggest this one too! (The allrecipes version.) It’s one of my family’s favorites when I can get Italian sausage on sale. I’ve used reduced-sodium chicken broth and omitted wine with success. I’ve also added a good handful of chopped frozen spinach for extra veggies.

      Now that our family is gluten-free, I wonder if we will like it without tortellini?

  4. I have a couple of favorite soups. My all time favorite in the winter is Taco Soup. I don’t have a recipe, as I didn’t create it. I hope to begin establishing recipes on my blog soon and it would be great to join your link ups1

  5. This Creamy Tomato Tortellini Soup is one of my families favorites. It’s cheap and easy to make! (I do not add the sundried tomatoes)
    http://pinterest.com/pin/275141858454245627/

  6. Thank you for hosting this, I’m not a fan of soup, so being able to look at these and pick what I’m interested in is lovely :)

  7. I linked up my very easy chili recipe. I should take a picture of the final product one of these days, lol!

  8. I don’t have a link to offer, but I do have a soup idea that I’ve used twice. My daughter likes broccoli cooked beyond all recommended methods – no crunch left. To be honest, I like it that way as well, but I know so many of the nutrients are left in the water, I hated to see the water tossed out with all those little bits of yummy broccoli, so I decided to add some chicken broth, milk and cheese to the pot of broccoli’d water and then thicken it a bit. It turned out WONDERFUL! I totally enjoyed having my own cream of broccoli soup that was ever so easy to make!

  9. I don’t have an actual recipe. I make refrigerator/pantry/freezer soup. If I have leftover spaghetti sauce I will use it as a base for my soup. I add either chicken broth or beef broth to that and whatever meat I have on hand. To this I add leftover veggies, and/or frozen veggies. You can add rice or pasta as well. Recently when I made the soup, I found I had a lot of fresh veggies in the fridge that needed to get used up quickly, so I chose to chop them up and coat them lightly with olive oil. I roasted them in a 400 degree oven for about 15 minutes or so. I added them to the soup instead of other veggies. It turned out very tasty and I will be using roast veggies in soup again in the future.

  10. One of my newest favorites is Strawberry Soup — can’t wait for Strawberry season to arrive :)
    http://estrella05azul.wordpress.com/2012/04/08/recipe-of-the-month-with-ann-mcelfresh/

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