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Broth Soup Recipes

Learn how to make flavorful bases for soup, bisque and more with this collection of broth soup recipes, including minestrone, Italian wedding soup, chicken broth, vegetable broth, beef broth, turkey broth, mushroom broth and more.

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Wonton is one of my favorite types of soup. When I wanted to whip up a homemade version, I decided to take a shortcut and combined pork meatballs with wide egg noodles. If I have them on hand, I'll add sliced water chestnuts, barbecued pork or sesame seeds to switch it up. —Joanne Neidhamer, Tuolumne, California
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Baked Beefy Onion Soup

Baked Beefy Onion Soup

Baked Beefy Onion Soup

This is the only onion soup recipe I know of that is baked in a casserole, making it easy to serve to a crowd as a fist course. I love this recipe for dinner parties because it can be made ahead. This rich soup can also be a meal in itself.

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

Maple Squash Soup

Maple Squash Soup

Maple Squash Soup

This special soup will be sure to impress guest especially served in special squash shells.—Pat Hoffman, Pensacola, Florida
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Oh-So-Good Chicken Soup

Oh-So-Good Chicken Soup

Oh-So-Good Chicken Soup

I came up with this soup one weekend when my wife and I were hungry for something better than the standard. The first attempt turned out fantastic, and now I’ve got the recipe down to 20 minutes. —Chris Dalton, Mundelein, Illinois

Curry Chicken Soup for Two

Curry Chicken Soup for Two

Curry Chicken Soup for Two

“Despite the longer ingredient list, this yummy soup is quick and easy.” What a fantastic way to get veggies! —Jane Hacker, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Superb Yellow Pepper Soup

Superb Yellow Pepper Soup

Superb Yellow Pepper Soup

"I first tasted this sunny-looking soup at a luncheon hosted by a good friend," writes Linda Nilsen of Anoka, Minnesota. "It's simple and superb when served warm with a dollop of sour cream...or you can chill it for a refreshing change of pace in summer."

Potato Kale Sausage Soup

Potato Kale Sausage Soup

Potato Kale Sausage Soup

When autumn falls upon Fountain Valley, California, Susan Pursell simmers up this comforting soup. The hearty sausage slices, white kidney beans and colorful kale will keep your gang asking for seconds.

Garden Tomato Soup

Garden Tomato Soup

Garden Tomato Soup

Meet the Cook: "Delicious" and "filling" are the words friends I've served this soup to use to describe it. Alone, it makes for a tasty lunch...or you can have it with a sandwich or crackers. Like an even heartier soup? Simply cube some of your leftover cooked chicken or roast and add. I've long enjoyed trying new recipes on my husband. He's a former agriculture minister of Saskatchewan...and my taste tester of 52 years! We have four grown sons and 11 grandchildren. -Frances McFarlane, Winnipeg, Manitoba

"Bring an Ingredient" Soup

"Bring an Ingredient" Soup

A steaming bowl of soup is just the thing to take the chill off a cold winter evening spent caroling. Asking each guest to bring an ingredient adds to the fun and means less fuss for you. —Mary Anne McWhirter, Pearland, Texas
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Fiesta Sweet Potato Soup

Fiesta Sweet Potato Soup

Fiesta Sweet Potato Soup

Here’s a simple soup with plenty of taste and just a little heat. Loaded with Sweet potatoes, black beans and sausage, it tastes even better the next day—if you have any left.—Gilda Lester, Millsboro, Delaware

Beef & Barley Soup

Beef & Barley Soup

Beef & Barley Soup

With a medley of barley, beef and vegetables, this thick, stew-like soup is brimming with flavor and texture. Every spoonful will warm you from head to toe on cold winter evenings.—Rachel Kohnen, Pomeroy, Iowa
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