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A Thai-inspired topping of fresh basil, peanuts, and lime peel add crunch to this creamy slow-cooker soup.
Tomatillos, jalapenos, and lime juice give this slow-cooker chicken soup recipe a Mexican twist.
Always-on-hand ingredients, such as canned tomatoes, black beans, frozen vegetables, and rice, make this lively gumbo easy to throw in the slow cooker anytime.
This flavorful French classic offers a combination of chicken thighs, turkey sausage, tender beans, and fresh vegetables.
Bottled Alfredo sauce lends a creamy texture to this hearty stew featuring chicken thighs. Green chile peppers add a touch of heat.
Watch our simple steps to learn how to cook beans for soup.
Nutrient-packed butternut squash is a natural in this flavorful Moroccan-inspired stew. Serve with couscous to soak up the rich tomatoey sauce.
Tender chunks of pork with spinach, peppers, and onions slow-simmer in a rich tomato broth. Serve the stew over hot polenta for a delicious (and filling) main dish.
Chunks of pot roast are coated with ancho chile pepper and then slow-simmered with colorful vegetables, corn, and salsa in this meaty stew.
Fresh ginger, curry powder, and a jalapeno pepper add robust flavors to this hearty, meatless soup.
With lots of yummy veggies and aromatic spices, this robust stew is a vegetarian favorite.
Maple syrup sweetens this creamy sweet potato soup, while crisp bacon makes a delicious topper.
Swiss cheese tops this hearty stew filled with smoked bratwurst, cabbage, potatoes, sweet pepper, and onion.
Packed with vitamin-rich veggies and filling protein, this simple soup recipe feeds up to six people for less than $10.
Fresh mushrooms, bok choy, ginger, and soy sauce combine for an Asian-inspired twist on classic turkey-rice soup.
With rice noodles, plenty of veggies, and strips of beef, this succulent soup makes a satisfying supper.
Cannellini beans add creaminess to this classic beef and bean soup.
Bamboo shoots, water chestnuts, mushrooms, and tofu fill this healthy and delicious Asian-inspired soup.
With just five ingredients and 10 minutes of prep, this sausage-and-potato soup makes a convenient weeknight supper.
To make this simple soup, add tortellini, smoked sausage, tomatoes, and green beans to canned onion soup.
Chunks of tender pork add filling protein to this ginger-spiced, Asian-inspired soup.
With fiber-rich veggies and barley, this soup makes a filling and delicious supper. Pesto adds zippiness to the tomato broth.
This thick chowder is a good way to lure picky eaters from macaroni and cheese. Serve it with breadsticks for dipping.
Stir fennel and basil into classic beef stew for an appealing twist.
A thick and creamy broth is filled with tender chicken, carrot, onion, corn, and celery. Top with crisp bacon.
Potatoes blended with cheddar cheese, cream, and roasted garlic make this chunky soup good to the last spoonful.
This good and healthful soup is filled with fiber-rich barley and your favorite mixture of veggies.
A blend of crushed red pepper, tomato paste, red wine, cinnamon, and rosemary flavors this beautiful squash-and-pot-roast stew.
Ground beef or turkey turns this vegetable soup into a satisfying meal. Fresh-grated Parmesan cheese makes the perfect topper.
With a captivating mix of Great Northern beans, fennel, carrots, and tomatoes all simmered with rosemary, parsley, and garlic, this chicken soup is a notch above the rest.
Turkey or chicken adds filling protein to this hearty Southwestern-inspired soup of hominy, tomatoes, and herbs. Heat up leftovers in the microwave for lunch the next day.
Save time when making this soup by buying chicken broth and tomatoes preseasoned with Mexican herbs. Fresh jalapenos add a touch of heat.
Pantry-ready white sauce mix and dried tortellini make this satisfying soup extra easy to make; stir in the spinach at the last minute for fresh-from-the-garden flavor.
Make chicken soup a weeknight favorite with this Asian-inspired twist. Serve it with veggie spring rolls.
Thick and chunky, this fish soup is as good as it gets. Make it with halibut or haddock, if you're not a fan of cod.
Navy or cannelloni (white kidney) beans are tasty alternatives to the Great Northerns used in this recipe.
A trio of meats -- lamb, Italian sausage, and ham -- makes this bean stew extra hearty and satisfying. Serve it with a side of corn bread.
Beefy onion soup mix and red wine combine with chicken thighs, mushrooms, and onions for a stew that's luscious and comforting on a cold winter day.
Give traditional Italian soup south-of-the-border flavor by stirring in black beans, whole-kernel corn, salsa, and sour cream.