Curry gives a different taste sensation to this chili-like soup from Christina Till of South Haven, Michigan. "It's delicious with a dollop of sour cream," she reports. "My family welcomes it with open arms- and watering mouths."
You can prepare this soup as the main course in a hearty lunch or dinner. Buton cold winter evenings here in New EnglandI've often poured a steaming mugful and enjoyed sipping it in front of our fireplace as well.
This has been my husband's favorite soup our whole 30-year married life. He enjoys taking a thermos of this to work during the winter. It's delicious served with warm biscuits and butter. —Janet Chase, Berrien Sprgs, Michigan
Loaded with beans of all shapes and sizes, this colorful combination cooks up into a satisfying soup that;ll stand by itself or serve as a side dish. Pens Rhonda Letendre from Epsom, New Hampshire, "Not only do I give the mix away as a gift, I keep it on hand to make for my family, too. They love it!"
You'll never miss the meat when you serve this wonderful meal-in-a-bowl from Athena Russell of Florence, South Carolina. Rich and satisfying, it simmers with the hefty goodness of root vegetables and cilantro.
The heroine, Marjan, of Pomegranate Soup by Marsha Mehran wins over the townspeople of rural Irish community with her Red Lentil Soup. Savory a steaming bowlful of your own fragrant lentil soup absorbed in Marjan's saga.