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Miso is made from fermenting soybeans, barley and rice and is available in white, yellow, red and brown. Generally, the darker the miso the longer it has fermented and the more complex its flavor will be. Look for miso in the refrigerated section near meat substitutes and dairy products.
This recipe can easily be cut in half to make a smaller batch. Keep cooking times the same but use exactly half of each ingredient.
Jerusalem artichokes, also known as sunchokes, are somewhat like crunchy artichoke hearts. In fact, they belong to the tuber family and resemble small potatoes. Look for them in the produce department in the late fall and winter.
A rich, flavorful broth is crowned with light-as-air dumplings in this recipe. One of the secrets to fluffy matzoh balls is gentle handling. Form the balls as gently as possible, leaving them a little uneven and cloudlike for best texture.
Ease into the cooler months with this soup featuring butternut squash and the warm, inviting spices of chai-cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice, ginger and cardamom. Apple cider in both the soup and garnish adds a touch of sweetness.
Colorful vegetables, ground turkey, black-eyed peas and light cornmeal dumplings yield a highly flavorful and satisfying soup.
There are endless variations on this soup, but the main elements are meatballs and greens. In our recipe, we make meatballs of ground beef and pork, and we add plenty of fresh herbs and kale for the green component. While the name indicates that the soup might be served at an Italian wedding, it is actually a mistranslation of minestra maritata, which refers to the "marriage" of greens and meat in the soup.
Melted mozzarella makes these sandwiches great fun for pulling apart. Pair them with classic tomato soup dressed up with tender tortellini and pesto.
This soup offers a bevy of complementary flavors and textures: buttery fingerling potatoes, crunchy almonds, tender chickpeas, vibrant parsley and earthy mushrooms.
This easy Asian-influenced soup is packed with flavor. We suggest using cod, but any firm-fleshed, thick fillet like halibut or pollock will work as well.
Secret Ingredient: Rajas (Poblano Peppers)
This classic Mexican soup, known as Sopa de Jitomate y Rajas, is perfect for any summer meal. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
Use all manner of kale, chard or other hearty greens in this filling cold weather soup. Look for Parmigiano Reggiano rinds, ideal for flavoring soups and stews, in the specialty cheese department.
Our deliciously hearty take on tomato soup will warm up any meal. If you like, you can substitute 2 1/2 cups chopped frozen collards or other greens for the fresh collards in the recipe; the cooking time will remain the same.
Try this! At your game party, instead of chili, serve this hearty soup and learn the budget power of using a little bit of flavorful sausage to create a lot of satisfying food. Let guests garnish their own bowls with sliced red onions, red pepper flakes or hot sauce, crumbled Feta cheese, fresh chopped parsley or basil and whole-grain croutons. Provide chunks of crusty whole wheat bread on the side.
This easy preparation combines autumnal colors — orange squash and brown pecans — to make this a perfect dish for a fall lunch. Delicious topped with Gruyére cheese. Serve with a salad and rustic, crusty bread.
Secret Ingredient: Heirloom Tomatoes
Look for fragrant heirloom tomatoes, which come in a wide array of colors, in the produce department in late summer. That's when they're most plentiful and at their sweetest. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
Look for elephant garlic next to the regular garlic in the produce department. You'll recognize it by the impressive, oversized cloves for which it's known.
Serve this salad with a bowl of tomato soup on the side for a complete meal.
Using canned lump crab meat makes this an affordable meal. Serve with a tossed salad or bowl of soup.
Serve this hearty dish with steamed brown rice and a bowl of miso soup, if you like.