I enjoy both Cajun and Mexican cuisine, and this rich, elegant soup combines the best of both. I serve it with a crispy green salad and glass of white wine for a simple but very special meal. —Karen Harris, Castle Rock, Colorado
I’ve always enjoyed cooking and recently created this rich soup. It’s always a hit. You can also garnish it with chopped green onion tops or shredded Swiss cheese. For a creamier, smoother consistency, try pouring the soup through a strainer.
Inman, South Carolina
“I first tasted this at a restaurant, and the waiter shared the ingredients. I modified it, and now people say it’s the best tomato soup they’ve had! I almost hate to share the recipe since it reveals how easy it is!”
Beth Ann Slough - Mountville, PA
"I make this wonderful garden-fresh soup as soon as my homegrown zucchini is plentiful," remarks Betty Claycomb from Alverton, Pennsylvania. "I often double the recipe and freeze some to enjoy later," she adds.
This quick-to-fix soup, sent in by Marcia Severson from Hallock, Minnesota, feeds 25 hungry tummies. The tender sirloin pieces and diced veggies offer satisfying appeal. Marcia Severson, Hallock, Minnesota
Your crew will chase away winter's chill with a spoon when you cook up this hearty soup from Brigitte Schultz of Barstow, California. "It has such a rich flavor...and it's full of nutritious vegetables and chunks of tender steak," she notes.
My daughter got this recipe from her husband's mother. As in many households, our turkey gets picked over for a few days after the holidays. When the carcass is almost clean, it's time to make soup! This soup is especially good on cold winter nights when it's snowing...which happens a lot where I live!