Let’s Talk Soup

Let's Talk Soup: Bacon and Corn Chowder

They can be simple or fully-loaded, spicy or soothing, light and flowing or thick and creamy; anyway you make it, soups are a guaranteed comfort food win. Few foods have the ability to satisfy like a good soup, especially during the winter months. Whip up any of these amazing soups for a guaranteed good time anytime!

Soup VS Chowder VS Bisque

Soup is a combination of vegetables, meat or fish cooked briefly in liquid, so the ingredients are cooked just enough to be palatable, but retain their texture.

Chowder is a soup thickened with cream and butter with whole ingredients.

Bisque is a similarly thickened soup that has been pureed.

 

Super Soups!

Sausage and Kale

Let's Talk Soup: White Bean, Kale & Sausage Soup

This simple but satisfying soup is everything the body AND soul needs in a bowl! Packed with protein from sausage, quality complex carbs from white beans and tons of nutritious vitamins, minerals and fiber from the carrots, mushrooms and kale, this recipe is a perfect 10 nutritionally in our book. Complete with a medley of flavors from shallots, garlic, white wine, rosemary and red pepper flakes, this power-soup takes just 40 minutes, making it a winner even on a weeknight. 👍

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Creamy Mushroom and Wild Rice Soup

Let's Talk Soup: Mushroom & Wild Rice Soup

Reminiscent of a mushroom risotto, this soup uses a superbly unique spice and herb combination with roasted mushrooms and wild rice that is sure to satisfy. The base is nothing short of gourmet, calling for onion, celery, carrots, white wine, mushroom broth, with a little milk and lemon juice with some flour and nutritional yeast to thicken it up. It’s actually a combination of wild and brown rice, which will only get better the longer it’s in that tasty broth. Bonus points to this recipe for going above and beyond to create a new experience of flavor with a cool combo of bay leaves, thyme, sweet paprika, tarragon AND rosemary!

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Buffalo Chicken Soup

Let's Talk Soup: Buffalo Chicken Soup

To all the spicy sauce-lovers out there, this one’s for you! This decadent soup is loaded with everything a buffalo chicken lover desires (don’t worry, the blue cheese is optional). Starting off by sautéing your base of onion, celery and carrot, both flour and ranch seasoning are added and combined with chicken broth and hot sauce. This combo is what you will actually cook your chicken breast in by bringing it to a boil then letting the chicken cook for 12 minutes. Followed by the addition of cream cheese and seasonings, the spiciness of this soup is entirely up to you. Just add more or less hot sauce. 👌

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Power Chowders!

Bacon Corn Chowder

Let's Talk Soup: Bacon & Corn Chowder

Ready in under an hour, this chowder is perfect for those nights you’re feeling something hot, sweet, savory and satisfying in all the right ways. The laundry list of spices are a funhouse of flavor; bay leaves and thyme and parsley and chives and nutmeg and smoked paprika and red pepper flakes OH MY! A combo like that with tasty bacon, onions, garlic, corn and potatoes is a sure-fire comfort food smash!

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Cheesy Broccoli Potato Chowder

Let's Talk Soup: Broccoli Cheese Potato Chowder

Broccoli and cheese never looked sooooo good! Decked out with broccoli, potatoes, and LOTS of cheese, this chowder is seasoned with a tasty spice combo of paprika and nutmeg. It’s so loaded in-fact, we would save time for a nap afterwards where you will most likely dream of the deliciousness that just occurred. Ready in 35 minutes, this recipe is perfect pick-me-up for the next rainy or snowy day.

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Cauliflower Chowder

Let's Talk Soup: Cauliflower Chowder!

Here we see the superfood of 2019, cauliflower, starring in a thick, creamy, cheesy and beyond-tasty chowder. Sure to please even picky eaters, this recipe can be adapted to just-about any roasted vegetable. You can add some spice with cayenne, paprika or hot sauce. Or add an exotic “zing” with some curry powder or turmeric. Anyway you make it, it’s hard to go wrong with a buttery-cheesy base like this!

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Blissful Bisques!

Seafood Bisque

Let's Talk Soup: Seafood Bisque!

Made with cajun and old bay spices, prepare yourself for the sensations that may occur upon tasting this seafood bisque! You can use 2 pounds of any combination of seafood, with this recipe calling for cooked shrimp, crawfish, lobster and crab. These are added at the end, after you’ve created the mouth-watering base of your bisque. Ready in under an hour, we’re bookmarking this recipe as an all-around “WOW”!

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Smoked Gouda Roasted Red Pepper Bisque

Let's Talk Soup: Smoked Gouda & Roasted Red Pepper Bisque

Smoked gouda is great anywhere, anytime, in any form, but the combination of it with roasted red peppers in a hot, smoky bisque is enough to make any foodie excited. After sauteeing your onion, carrot and garlic with red pepper flakes and thyme, you will deglaze with white wine before reducing and adding broth. From there, roasted red peppers and diced potato are simmered until tender, then blended to make your creamy bisque. Only after you are “bisqued” do you add your cream and smoked gouda cheese, where it will majestically melt into comfort food bisque bliss. 💕

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Thai Butternut Bisque

Let's Talk Soup: Curried Butternut Squash Bisque

Butternut squash is one of our favorite foods for the wintertime. Its creamy and subtle sweetness goes great with both sweet or savory applications, and this recipe is no exception. Earthy, bright and warming, butternut squash is sautéed and seasoned before being boiled in a tasty coconut milk-broth mixture. Seasoned with a contrasting combo of sweet maple syrup and spicy chili garlic paste, the result is a curry bisque that takes you on a rollercoaster of sweet-spicy creaminess sure to warm you up on even the coldest of days! Pair with naan bread for the full experience. 👍

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