Share: Creamed Soups Pureed soups with a smooth, silky texture. The main flavor is frequently a single vegetable, such as asparagus or carrot. They may be thickened with flour or potatoes and can be made without cream. Featured Recipes Cheesy Cream of Asparagus Soup Kids may not want to try a vegetable soup, but once they spoon up a mouthful of this cheesy variety, the flavor will keep them coming back for more. Potato Beer Cheese Soup This satisfying potato soup has a velvety texture that's not too thick or too thin. The subtle flavors of beer and cheese balance each other nicely, creating a soup that's sure to warm you head to toe. —Patti Lavell, Islamorada, Florida Wild Rice and Mushroom Soup Frequently requested at family get-togethers, this rich and hearty soup is ready in a flash. Cooking for a vegetarian? Swap in vegetable stock for the beef broth.—Danielle Noble, Ft. Thomas, Kentucky Related Tips Chili A hearty dish usually made with tomatoes and chili powder, but some chili dishes are white. The… Spareribs Curved ribs from the pork belly. While they are the least meaty of the ribs, they have a meaty… Blend To combine several ingredients with a spoon, electric mixer, blender or food processor.