This squash soup is spicy, thanks to hints of cardamom, cumin, and coriander. Topped with fried chestnuts, cooked cranberries, and whipped cream, it makes a well-balanced feast for your table.
Wow the guests at your next dinner party.
This Kentucky classic is a spicy stew that sticks to your ribs and keeps stomachs calm during the dash around the oval. Tradition says that a good burgoo is thick enough to stand a spoon in — perfect for soaking up bourbon.
Stew great flavors on your stove.
Add herbs to the list of things that are even better when fried. Crispy sage leaves balance the creamy comfort of the golden-gourd soup.
Make the most of the harvest.
Use your picked-over bird to make a hot bowl of turkey broth with sweet potato ravioli and braised greens. Then give yourself a hand.
Delve into these delicate flavors.
When the flavor of the month is baked chicken, you know it’s time to change your game. Add this spicy Mexican soup to your repertoire.
Make a south of the border-style dinner.
Serving this soup without the marshmallow is like telling the joke without the punch line. One taste and you’ll agree — it’s funny how spot-on it is. Ba dum dum.
Marry all the flavors together.
If you’re sick (or just tired of being cold), this hearty, filling soup shoos away the sniffles. We use sweet potato and turnip in the video, but feel free to substitute your favorite root veggies.
Get to the root of the flavor.
Comforting Mexican staples are what we crave when the weather turns. This hearty chicken soup, topped with creamy avocado and crumbled Cotija, wards off the chill at home.
Throw a fiesta in your bowl.
This one’s filling enough to be a main course. Just try not to eat all the meatballs before they make it into the mix.
Prepare a hearty portion of Italian flavor.
You’ll swim upstream for a second helping of this hearty fish soup.
Make enough for lunch and dinner.
When the wind chill is five below, any recipe with the word fire in it sounds like a plan. This spicy, smoky soup lives up to its name — and clears your sinuses quick.
Get the smoky bisque recipe.
There’s nothing better than a hot cup of soup on a cold day. Before your nose freezes off, gather the butternut squash and stockpot for this tasty bisque recipe.
Fill your mug with soup.
Every now and then tomato soup needs a kick in the form of a little Thai spice.
Heat things up with this velvety soup.
Packed with peppery flavor, this chili pays homage to its Latin roots with jicama, lime, and tomatillo.
Don’t forget the bacon.
We tend to think we’d eat anything topped with bacon. Luckily for vegetarians, this soup is just as delicious without it (use vegetable instead of chicken stock).
Fill a bowl with a taste of Tuscany.
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