As the days (and nights) get cooler, few dishes satisfy like a bowl of soup. Most of these recipes feature seasonal vegetables and are either quick to make or make-ahead, which means you can heat some up whenever you start to feel the chill.
This south-of-the-border twist of chicken soup features the bright flavors of chiles, corn, cilantro, and lime juice.
A tablespoon of ginger gives a nice, throat-warming heat to this soup, which tastes best if made ahead.
Don’t let the simplicity of this soup, with its handful of ingredients, fool you: It’s full-flavored and remarkably comforting. It’s also perfect for a weeknight.
A little sherry vinegar adds just the right amount of acid to brighten up this earthy soup.
The sweet potatoes in this soup contrast nicely with the tang of the yogurt and the tartness of the lime.
Italian wedding soup, or minestra maritata, doesn’t really have much to do with weddings at all. It’s said to get its name from the “marriage” of the ingredients—meat, greens, and noodles or eggs.
Though it's called peasant soup, this recipe is a wealth of
hearty ingredients, including cabbage, carrots, pancetta, and
When you are in the mood for something different but still comforting, this is the soup for you. Layers of sweet, sour, salty, and spicy make a full-flavored but light broth.
This quick-cooking chowder gets a jolt of flavor from mildly spicy jalapeño, but it's otherwise full of classic flavors like bacon, clam, and cream.
Lentil soup gets more flavor and texture with chunky bites of celery, parsnip, and carrot. Whether you want to use a sweet curry powder, such as Maharajah, or a hot curry powder, such as Madras, is up to you.
Because this soup uses canned tomatoes (to great effect), it's delicious anytime of the year. Pair it with a crisp grilled cheese sandwich and you have a perfect cool-weather lunch.
Besides their clear health benefits, vegetable soups are the perfect canvas for what's in season. And this time of year, it's a variety of gorgeous fall vegetables.
Though it's really just a simple purée of white beans, a topping of earthy wild mushrooms and a herbed mascarpone cheese makes this soup more refined.
Smoky bacon, herby sage, and sweet apple give this squash soup layers of flavor.
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