I love soup, don’t you? I could eat soup everyday, and I love to make it. Here are 5 of my delicious soup recipes for you to make.
When I think of comfort food, soup always comes first to mind. I absolutely love soup, whether it’s served piping hot, or nice and chilled on a summer’s day. Soup is my go-to favorite, and I say that genuinely.
Just as much as I love to eat soup, I love to make it. I learned from my Daddy. He had a passion for making soups, and he called each of his recipes “penicillin for the soul.” And they were. His passion for soup certainly rubbed off on me, and I consider all of the lessons in soup making he gave me, a true gift.
So, with all of this soup talk, I thought I would share with you a few of my favorites that I’ve created. I hope you will make these soup recipes. I know you really will enjoy each one!
Talk Soup – 5 Of My Delicious Soup Recipes
Starting with my favorite soup of all time, I’m going on the record with my Homemade French Onion Soup Recipe. Cooking the onions low and slow for ultimate caramelization, I add a secret ingredient to the broth, bringing in true depth of flavor. Here is my Homemade French Onion Soup Recipe.
Italian Wedding Soup. I make a double batch of those bitesized meatballs, freezing a batch to have on hand so I can make the soup quickly on a busy weeknight. I mix ground chicken with chicken sausage for the ultimate meatball, and I add chopped spinach, brining bright color and delicious flavor. Here is my Homemade Italian Wedding Soup Recipe.
Potato Leek Soup. Every time I make this soup, I’m say “Alright! Alright! Alright!” Creamy and velvety, this soup is rich in comfort, and the best part about this recipe is that it can be served chilled or hot. I prefer hot, and you can find my Potato Leek Soup recipe here.
Classic Chicken And Wild Rice Soup. If soup could feel like a warm hug, it would be this one. Simple ingredients bringing delicious complex flavors that make this an epic soup recipe. Make this soup on a cold winter day, and eat it in front of a fire in the fireplace. Makes for a great leftover, too. Click here for my Classic Chicken And Wild Rice Soup.
Cream Of Celery Soup. I love celery, and I often eat it as a snack, so it’s no wonder that when I had an abundance of it in my fridge, I decided to develop my own celery soup recipe. Sautéing celery with leeks, and then using an immersion blender at the end for a smooth texture brings this soup recipe over the top. It took me 4 tries to develop this recipe in my test kitchen, and my end result is scrumptious. See for yourself! Here is my Cream of Celery Soup recipe.