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Broth Soup Recipes

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Italian Peasant Soup

Italian Peasant Soup

Italian Peasant Soup

My father shared this recipe with me, and I use it when I need a hearty, healthy meal. It's my sons' favorite. Loaded with sausage, chicken, beans and spinach, the quick soup is nice for special occasions, too. —Kim Knight Hamburg, Pennsylvania

Italian Sausage Minestrone

Italian Sausage Minestrone

Italian Sausage Minestrone

This no-fuss minestrone is perfect family fare on chilly days. Feeling daring? Substitute a can of butter beans or pinto beans for one of the cans of cannellini beans. I serve it with warm with crusty French bread for dipping into the broth.—Elizabeth Renteria, Vancouver, Washington

Tomato Basil Soup

Tomato Basil Soup

Tomato Basil Soup

After just one taste of this slightly sweet tomato and herb soup, my family never went back to canned soup again! I adapted this recipe from one I seen in an old cookbook. —Chris Baker of South Lake Tahoe, California
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Wisconsin Split Pea Soup

Wisconsin Split Pea Soup

Wisconsin Split Pea Soup

Field peas that have been dried (split peas) have been a staple soup ingredient for country cooks for years. One super recipe is Wisconsin Split Pea Soup. The recipe was sent in by field editor Linda Rock (left) of Stratford. "Marjoram, garlic, potatoes and carrots blend nicely with peas in this hearty and economical soup," Linda confirms. "I also plant peas in my garden each year," she says. "They grow so well here that I pick enough to freeze and enjoy all winter."

Cabbage and Beef Soup

Cabbage and Beef Soup

Cabbage and Beef Soup

When I was a little girl, I help my parents work the fields of their small farm. Lunchtime was always a treat when Mother picked fresh vegetables from her garden and simmered them in her big soup pot. Nowadays, I grow most of those vegetables in my own garden. Not only is gardening enjoyable, it is an inexpensive way to make a delicious soup.

Upstate Minestrone Soup

Upstate Minestrone Soup

Upstate Minestrone Soup

If you love vegetables, you'll find this minestrone especially satisfying. Keep the recipe in mind when you have a bounty of fresh garden produce. —Yvonne Krantz, Mt. Upton, New York

Chicken Barley Soup

Chicken Barley Soup

Chicken Barley Soup

No question—this is my favorite soup! It's so filling that I serve it as a hearty main dish, and I have given the recipe to many of our friends and relatives. (Especially with the barley, it simply tastes too good to keep to yourself!)

Tuscan Turkey Soup

Tuscan Turkey Soup

Tuscan Turkey Soup

Marie McConnell ladles up this quick, creamy soup chock-full of leftover Thanksgiving turkey, pumpkin and beans to hungry family and friends in Shelbyville, Illinois. It's fabulous!

Easy Hamburger Soup

Easy Hamburger Soup

Easy Hamburger Soup

Lunches on the run will be a little tastier with this hot and hearty beef and barley soup. “The recipe is very simple to prepare,” notes Mary Prior of St. Paul, Minnesota.

Italian Sausage Bean Soup

Italian Sausage Bean Soup

Italian Sausage Bean Soup

In the cold months, I like to put on a big pot of this comforting soup. It cooks away while I do other things like baking bread, crafting or even cleaning the house. —Glenna Reimer, Gig Harbor, Washington

Land of Enchantment Posole

Land of Enchantment Posole

Land of Enchantment Posole

My family named this spicy soup after our state moniker, “New Mexico, Land of Enchantment.” We usually make it around Christmas when we have lots of family over…and we never have leftovers. —Suzanne Caldwell Artesia, New Mexico
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