It’s Cold Again: Warming Up with Easy Soups, Stews, and Chilies

get warmed up

Unless you are headed to Florida, there’s nothing better to keep you warm than soup.  Hearty, or delicate, soups are comforting and healthy.  Pair with a crusty bread and call it dinner.  Try some of the following recipes to warm up your winter.

The Food Network web site has 50 easy recipes from their Network Kitchens.

Go to: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes-and-cooking/50-easy-soups-1–10/index.html

And choose from Asian Chicken Soup, Curried Red Lentil, and loads of chowders. Try their Carrot Ginger or Thai Coconut Soups.

http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/food/best-recipes/soup-recipes is another site abundant with 30 -minute soups from start to finish.  Try Three-bean vegetable chili or basic Minestrone.

Simply soups, http://www.simplysoups.com/ has wonderful categories of soups from Beans and Legume Soups, Bisques, Cheese Soup and International Soups.  Each category has several recipes.  Such as 8 recipes for Onion Soup.

Martha Stewart has a selection of 20 Winter Soups on her site http://www.marthastewart.com/photogallery/winter-soups?lpgStart=1&currentslide=1&xsc=goo_cn_soup-recipes

These soups are especially healthy.

Epicurious has whopping 461 recipes for easy soups!

http://www.epicurious.com/tools/searchresults?search=easy+soups&x=0&y=0

Or you can try Anytime Soup or Senate Bean Soup from right here at friendlysuggestions.com

If you want some soup recipe books, here are some at Amazon!

Eat Healthy.  Keep Warm.  Bon Appetit!

If you have a soup recipe or any recipe that is yours, we would love to hear about it and possibly post them here on friendlysuggestions.com.  Please send recipes to hal@friendlysuggestions.com

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