If you're in need of a little pick-me-up, these soul-satisfying soups are just the ticket. You can make this smoky chickpea lentil soup with ingredients you likely have on hand -- and it's ready in 30 minutes yet tastes like you spent all day in the kitchen.
It's great as a first course or make the serving size 1.5 to 2 cups and it becomes a very filling main-course soup. You'll want to add this satisfying dish to your soup repertoire. It's a keeper for sure!
Pumpkin soup: Hearty, seasonal and surprisingly not a big ol' mess. This delicious soup served straight out of the pumpkin is easy to make. All you have to do is scoop out the seeds, pour in some chicken stock and roast in the oven. Voilà! The jack-o'-lantern you can eat with a spoon.
In a city with so many award-winning restaurants and outstanding bar programs, there are still very few places where one can belly up to the bar and have great food. Restaurants have heightened their game, but bar food? Not so much.
The original word is pozolli in Náhuatl and now commonly pozole or posole no matter how you spell this great Mexican soup it is sure to please. If you're not celebrating Cinco de Mayo in Mexico, bring the heat to your kitchen with this simple recipe for posole.
The trick to making a good one, in my mind, is to create a quick, rich broth. This sets you up for a soup that's mild and throat-coating for your cold-stricken companion, but still flavorful enough to enjoy a bowl yourself.