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This soulful soup will give you an idea why kofta (made with spiced ground meat) is such a beloved dish in Turkey. In this recipe savory lamb meatballs are served with tender potatoes and a host of vegetables in a simple broth. This recipe was inspired by Whole Planet Foundation microcredit clients.
Serve this simple vegetarian soup with an avocado salad.
Serve this simple, rich soup with your favorite crackers and a simple salad.
Serve this delightful spring soup with crusty bread or top with homemade croutons.
This soup provides the perfect balance between spicy, savory and herbal flavors. The Monterey jack cheese and avocado add a slight creaminess. Throw together this easy soup to serve guests who remain after the Thanksgiving holiday!
Colorful peppers, carrots and green onions add bright flavors to this miso soup. Earthy shiitake mushrooms and fragrant lemongrass provide the background aromas. Serve soup over cooked brown rice, if desired.
Mochi, a type of asian rice cake, will dissolve and thicken the soup if cooked too long, so make sure to simmer the soup only briefly after it's been added.
Smoked paprika and sundried tomatoes give this vegetarian soup (traditionally made with ham or pork) a hearty flavor.
The fact that this nutritious homemade soup is garnished with crisp cheddar crackers will make kids love it even more.
Earthy, sweet parsnips give this luscious, creamy soup a wonderful seasonal flavor that is perfect for a cool fall evening.
Make a salad out of red leaf lettuce, chickpeas and roasted garlic ranch dressing for a great accompaniment to this hearty fall and winter soup.
Serve this refreshing summer soup in cups or bowls, garnished with fragrant sprigs of mint. Substitute freshly squeezed orange juice for the apple juice, if you like.
This immune-boosting soup is made with a virtual garden of powerful ingredients that contain beneficial nutrients for your immune system.
Garnish this thick, velvety soup with an extra dollop of sour cream and pinch of chopped fresh thyme, if you like.
Chuck blade steak is very thinly sliced for this soup, then cooked by the heat of boiling spiced broth poured over it.
This twist features the classic flavors of Eggplant Parmesan in a delicious soup. Recipe courtesy of Amy Sherman of Cooking with Amy.
This versatile soup is delicious served either hot or chilled. You can even make it a main course by adding a few cups of cooked chickpeas.
This soup can be assembled easily, provided you have a few Asian staples in your pantry. Serve with a tangy seaweed salad or marinated cucumber salad.
For best results, prepare the vegetable broth for this soup several hours or a day ahead of time to allow the flavors to mix and intensify.
Packed with vegetables, beans and pasta, this soup is a meal in itself. Serve with crusty bread and a green salad.