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Italian Soup

Go traditional with these recipes for Italian soup, including tasty gazpacho, minestrone, tomato soup, pasta fagioli, tortellini soup, orzo soup, pesto soup and more.

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Quick, easy and colorful, this soup makes a cozy cup or even a light lunch on blustery days. Veggies add nutrition, and cheese tortellini makes it hearty and delicious. —Gaye Thompson, St. Charles, Missouri
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Sausage Tomato Soup

Sausage Tomato Soup

Sausage Tomato Soup

"We tasted soup a lot like this at a local restaurant," Marilyn Lee from Manhattan, Kansas happily reports. "When I came across a recipe that sounded similar, I made a few changes to create this version."

Meatball Minestrone

Meatball Minestrone

Meatball Minestrone

Just thinking about this soup simmering on the stove gets me hungry! The homemade meatballs are so tasty. —Esther Perea, Van Nuys, California

Spicy Sausage Soup with Tortellini

Spicy Sausage Soup with Tortellini

Spicy Sausage Soup with Tortellini

This soup is such a family treasure, both my daughters asked for the recipe when they moved out on their own. I cook the tortellini separately, but you can let it plump up in the soup broth, too. —Cynthia Krakowiak, Langhorne, Pennsylvania
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Spill-the-Beans Minestrone

Spill-the-Beans Minestrone

Spill-the-Beans Minestrone

A meal in itself, here's a hearty soup from Reuben Tsujimura in Walla Walla, Washington that's chock-full of good-for-you veggies and vitamins. Serve with crunchy breadsticks and no one will even miss the meat!

Cream of Tomato Soup

Cream of Tomato Soup

Cream of Tomato Soup

Here's a surefire chill chaser for Linda Parkhurst of Brooklyn, Michigan. “Even those who don’t like tomato soup love this winter treat,” she writes. “It’s awesome with the seasoned homemade oyster crackers.” Linda asked "Light & Tasty" magazine to lighten up the recipe for her. Find the delicious revamp in the Dec/Jan 2006 issue.

White Bean Soup with Escarole

White Bean Soup with Escarole

White Bean Soup with Escarole

This winter warmer has become a favorite because it uses kitchen staples, it's packed with healthy ingredients and is a cinch to prepare. If I can't find escarole, I just sub fresh spinach.—Gina Samokar, North Haven, CT

Garden Vegetable Rice Soup

Garden Vegetable Rice Soup

Garden Vegetable Rice Soup

“Cooking with vegetables seems quick and healthy. This meatless soup makes a great dinner with a salad or slice of bread.” Jennifer Black - San Jose, California

Vegetable Meatball Soup

Vegetable Meatball Soup

Vegetable Meatball Soup

This is a delicious soup recipe that takes less than 30 minutes to prepare and is a great way to use up leftover meatballs. The broth is so light and flavorful, everyone wants the recipe!

Pesto Minestrone

Pesto Minestrone

Pesto Minestrone

Natalie Cataldo relies on store-bought pesto to provide mild flavor to this chunky tortellini and vegetable soup. "It's a hit in my house," says the Des Moines, Iowa cook. "If you don't like zucchini, use another vegetable," she suggests.

Oven Cheese Chowder

Oven Cheese Chowder

Oven Cheese Chowder

This hearty soup has a delicious blend of ingredients. I especially like it because it uses zucchini and tomatoes, which are abundant this time of year.

Homemade Italian Vegetable Soup

Homemade Italian Vegetable Soup

Homemade Italian Vegetable Soup

"One night when my husband and I needed a quick supper, I threw together this satisfying soup using only what we had on hand," shares Margaret Glassic of Easton, Pennsylvania. "It's a family favorite, and it's good for us, too!"

Garden Minestrone Soup

Garden Minestrone Soup

Garden Minestrone Soup

Brimming with a harvest of garden bounty, this quick-to-fix soup from Heather Ryan of Brown Dee, Wisconsin is fresh-tasting and nutritious. The tomato-based broth is chock-full of everything from carrots and zucchini to garbanzo beans and elbow macaroni.

Flavorful Italian Soup

Flavorful Italian Soup

Flavorful Italian Soup

"I first tasted a soup similar to this at a restaurant. They wouldn't give me the recipe, so I went home and created my own," recalls Shirley Taylor of Russiaville, Indiana. "I like to serve this spicy soup with biscuits, breadsticks or corn bread."
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