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Secret Ingredient: Wellshire Farms Spiral-Sliced Ham
What to do with that leftover Easter ham? This lentil soup is the perfect way to enjoy its rich smokiness long after the egg hunt is over. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
Yellow finn potatoes are a terrific all-purpose potato with pale yellow flesh and a creamy, buttery texture when cooked.
Roasting squash and apples intensifies their flavors. Use a mixture of winter squash varieties for a more complex taste.
To make a vegetarian version, use low-sodium vegetable broth and substitute quartered button mushrooms or cubed firm tofu for the chicken.
This robust one-pot dinner packs in lentils, sausage and plenty of vegetables, including mushrooms, spinach, onions and garlic. A loaf of crusty bread is the only accompaniment you need for a complete meal.
Homemade chicken stock gives this quick soup great flavor.
Try this satisfying soup on cold winter days.
Ready-to-eat vegan meatballs make this filling soup a snap to pull together. The recipe name is actually a mistranslation of minestra maritata, which refers to the "marriage" of greens and meatballs in the soup.
Sweet baked acorn squash halves serve as bowls for this creamy leek soup flavored with rolled oats. Make sure to scoop out small spoonfuls of the squash with each bite of soup.
This simple, spicy soup is great for parties. Create a build-your-own soup bar with avocado, cashew sour cream, chopped lettuce, red onion and loads of fresh herbs, and let your guests create their own delicious bowls.
Here's how to make warming, satisfying soup with a few basic ingredients and plenty of options for substitutions. Customize your soup further by stirring in something especially flavorful just before serving, or topping with croutons or shredded cheese.
Serve this delicious soup with crusty bread and a glass of chilled Sauvignon Blanc, if you like.
Here's a soup that can be put together quickly and offers comforting, warm and spicy flavors. Serve the soup family-style in a large tureen and arrange the garnishes around the table in colorful bowls for everyone to dress up their soup. Easily double or triple this recipe to feed a larger crowd.
Make an elegant soup of delicate oyster mushrooms paired with oyster mollusks, complemented by the fine anise flavor of fresh tarragon.
Use small button or cremini mushrooms in this hearty fall and winter soup. Adding rutabagas instead of carrots will result in an even richer, more earthy flavor.
A hearty soup chock full of beans and greens, this Italian classic features dried cranberry beans, also called borlotti beans. Their red-flecked skin turns pinkish-white when cooked.
This recipe can easily be doubled for a crowd and can be prepared up to two weeks ahead of time. Just cool and freeze soup, then thaw in the refrigerator overnight before reheating while you prepare the croutons.
A Caldo Verde, or "green soup", is traditionally made with sausage and loads of potatoes. Our lighter seafood version is nourishing and satisfying with protein-rich scallops and calcium-packed kale.
Miso, typically made from fermented soybeans, is a powerful flavoring in soups. Its rich, salty flavor is highlighted best in miso soup, this hearty version of which is made with a generous amount of ginger and garlic.
Try stirring a handful of shredded roasted chicken or small cubes of baked tofu into this rich, creamy soup for extra protein. Garnish with a bit of chopped fresh thyme or parsley, if you like.