Carrots are more than rabbit food. They're a versatile vegetable packed with beta-carotene, (which gives them that vibrant red-orange color), and of course they're widely available year round. Making soup is a great way to use up that bag of carrots in the crisper drawer; do you like your carrot soup spicy, smoky, roasted, or creamy?
Soup is good for the soul, but even better for the body! With the right combination of nutritious ingredients, a broth-based soup is a healthy, easy option that tends to be less taxing on your digestive system and simple to prepare even for a busy weeknight.
No fuss, lots of flavor; that's onion soup. Most of our recipes call for caramelizing the onions, which mellows and sweetens their flavor and turns them a deep golden brown color for this most savory of soups.
While leafy greens are oh-so popular these days, we're still true to broccoli. It's a terrific source of minerals and vitamins, has a flavor that's easy to love, and we adore its bright color -- which is especially gorgeous in these soup recipes. Most are dairy-free, some are vegetarian, and all are just right for a chilly winter day.
It's one amazing vegetable, the cauliflower: This brassica packs a potent punch with immunity-boosting vitamin C and nearly 50 percent of daily recommended fiber. What's more, it makes fabulous soup. Whether creamy, cheesy, or chilled, these cauliflower soup recipes will sustain you all winter long.
From the creamy classic and the favorite button-mushroom-meets-barley to luxurious soups with porcini, royal trumpets, oyster, and chanterelle, here are a dozen ways to make room for mushrooms in your soup.