Winning Soup Recipes

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Zucchini Garden Chowder

Zucchini Garden Chowder

Zucchini Garden Chowder

Years ago, when my husband and I put in our first garden, a neighbor suggested zucchini since it's easy to grow. Our kids were reluctant to try new things, so I used our squash in this cheesy chowder—it met with solid approval from all of us! —Nanette Jordan, Flint, Michigan

Butternut Bisque

Butternut Bisque

Butternut Bisque

A delicious dinner is even more memorable when I start with this creamy soup. It has a bit zip and super squash flavor. I like serving things that disappear like this soup does. I always get empty bowls back. — Marion Tipton, Phoenix, Arizona

Hearty Chicken Noodle Soup

Hearty Chicken Noodle Soup

Hearty Chicken Noodle Soup

I'm grateful that my mother taught me to make these wonderful old-fashioned noodles, which were a big favorite of mine when I was growing up. They give the chicken soup a delightful down-home flavor. —Cindy Renfrow, Sussex, New Jersey

Chunky Beef Noodle Soup

Chunky Beef Noodle Soup

Chunky Beef Noodle Soup

Meet the Cook: My husband and I lived for 11 years in the Arctic, where there was very little fresh produce and I had to order non-perishable groceries for a year ahead of time. This hearty soup - a meal in itself served with warm rolls - became a staple in our diet because it requires ingredients I could easily find. -Lil Morris, Emerald Park, Saskatchewan

Stir-Fried Pork Soup

Stir-Fried Pork Soup

Stir-Fried Pork Soup

Meet the Cook: Especially to guests who enjoy the variety of Chinese cooking, this is a treat. I like serving it with fried noodles or rice as a side dish. I am a widow with two daughters, both grown, and a grandson. Music is a favorite pastime. I've been the founder and director of a seniors band called "The Happy Has Beens", and I perform for clubs, church groups and seniors as the "Hat Lady", singing about my travels through our state. -Louise Johnson, Harriman, Tennessee

Red Pepper Soup

Red Pepper Soup

Red Pepper Soup

While I don't have scientific proof of it, Red Pepper Soup works for me as a head cold remedy! It is a good gift to take when visiting a sick friend, too. For a pretty touch, top the soup with grated cheese and parsley. We enjoy it with jalapeno cheese buns. You can also serve it with warm garlic bread. -Barb Nelson, Victoria, British Columbia

Creamy Swiss Onion Soup

Creamy Swiss Onion Soup

Creamy Swiss Onion Soup

It was a cool spring day when I came up with this sweet and creamy variation of traditional baked French onion soup. I top individual bowls with toasty buttered croutons and a sprinkling of Swiss cheese, then pop them under the broiler. The rich results are delightful! - I. MacKay Starr, North Saanich, British Columbia

Southern Chicken Rice Soup

Southern Chicken Rice Soup

Southern Chicken Rice Soup

Meet the Cook: A favorite at soup night at our church, this recipe's one my husband concocted after he retired. (We have four children plus two grandchildren and another on the way.) I frequently find it on the table when I get home from work. -Rosalie Biar, Thorndale, Texas

Chicken Tomato Soup

Chicken Tomato Soup

Chicken Tomato Soup

While creating this crowd-pleasing soup, I was trying to keep in mind a variety of textures, colors and flavors. Its sweet tomato base brims with chicken, broccoli, corn and a couple kinds of beans. It's especially tasty if you garnish it with shredded cheddar and crumbled bacon. -Connie Johnson, Springfield, Missouri

Turkey Dumpling Soup

Turkey Dumpling Soup

Turkey Dumpling Soup

Simmering up a big pot of this soup is one of my favorite holiday traditions. This is a variation on a recipe my mom made while I was growing up. My husband and children can't get enough of the tender dumplings.

Zippy Pork Chili

Zippy Pork Chili

Zippy Pork Chili

In addition to eating this chili the traditional way (with a spoon!), my family likes to scoop bites onto tortilla chips. The leftovers are great rolled in tortillas and reheated, too. It's so comforting to have a pot simmering when cold Kansas winds are blowing. —Michelle Beran Claflin, Kansas
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