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Comfort Food Soup Recipes

Warm up the stovetop or the slow cooker to make these hearty comfort food soup recipes, including potato soup, gumbo, chicken soup, chowder, tomato soup, bisque, pea soup and more.

Scotch Broth Soup

Scotch Broth Soup

Scotch Broth Soup

Early in winter, I make up big pots of this hearty soup to freeze in plastic containers. Then I can bring out one or two containers at a time. I heat the frozen soup in a saucepan on low all morning. By lunchtime, it's hot and ready to serve! —Ann Main, Moorefield, Ontario

Tomato Dill Bisque

Tomato Dill Bisque

Tomato Dill Bisque

My family really enjoys this soup when we make it from our garden tomatoes. When those tomatoes are plentiful, I make a big batch (without mayonnaise) and freeze it. Then we can enjoy it even after the garden is gone for the season.

Fresh Tomato Soup

Fresh Tomato Soup

Fresh Tomato Soup

When tomatoes are in season, my family knows they can expect to see this soup on the dinner table. It tastes better than any store-bought soup.—Edna Hoffman, Hebron, Indiana
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U.S. Senate Bean Soup

U.S. Senate Bean Soup

U.S. Senate Bean Soup

Chock-full of ham, beans and celery, this hearty soup makes a wonderful meal at any time of year. Freeze the bone from a holiday ham until you're ready to make soup. Plus, once prepared, it freezes well for a great make-ahead supper! —Rosemarie Forcum White Stone, Virginia

Stuffed Roast Pepper Soup

Stuffed Roast Pepper Soup

Stuffed Roast Pepper Soup

After sampling a similar soup at a summer resort, my daughter and I invented this version. Using a colorful variety of peppers gives it plenty of eye appeal.—Betty Vig, Viroqua, Wisconsin

Hamburger Vegetable Soup

Hamburger Vegetable Soup

Hamburger Vegetable Soup

When my family's in the mood for soup, this is the recipe I reach for. They love the unique combination.—Diana Frizzle, Knowlton, Quebec

Creamy Turkey Soup

Creamy Turkey Soup

Creamy Turkey Soup

My mother always prepared a holiday turkey much larger than our family could ever eat in one meal so there'd be plenty of leftovers. That's one tradition I've kept up. This hearty soup uses a lot of turkey and is great after watching football games and raking leaves. -Kathleen Harris, Galesburg, Illinois

Ham and Bean Soup

Ham and Bean Soup

Ham and Bean Soup

This zippy medley from Great Bend, Kansas field editor Margaret Shauers features a mix of colorful beans.

Vidalia Onion Soup

Vidalia Onion Soup

Vidalia Onion Soup

There's no question of the star in this traditional favorite soup. Rich Swiss cheese delightfully tops off a heaping bowlful of sweet, succulent Vidalia onions.—Ruby Jean Bland, Glennville, Georgia

Pantry-Shelf Salmon Chowder

Pantry-Shelf Salmon Chowder

Pantry-Shelf Salmon Chowder

My family enjoys homemade soup, but I don't always have the time to make it from scratch. This simple recipe calls for ingredients I can keep on hand, so I can serve steaming bowls of chowder in a hurry.—Kathryn Awe, International Falls, Minnesota

Tomato Bisque

Tomato Bisque

Tomato Bisque

This bisque is perfect for the cool weather. I love to serve it with a slice of homemade bread.—Mrs. B.B. Mallory, Irving, Texas
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