In Nahuatl, pozole means “make a big batch of this on the weekend and reheat during the week after soccer practice.” (Not really.)
This pumpkin soup gets a boost from apples and a bite from a cupful of Irish cider. The soup, with its intense pumpkin flavor, makes for great fall fare.
Who can resist a comforting bowl of tender gnocchi in a creamy, cheesy broth that’s laden with crispy bacon and plenty of vegetables? Not us.
Behold, an exquisitely simple, sophisticated soup with a subtle celery root flavor that’s certain to make you swoon.
Our testers are calling this creamy, comforting bowl of sweet corn and roasted poblano soup “the essence of summertime”. We couldn’t agree more.
Whether you’re under the weather, or it’s cold and drizzly outside, or you simply want to show your support and offer a prayer of hope for the Ukrainian people, make this soup. You won’t regret it.
A healthy-ish riff on the beloved New England soup that’s made entirely in your multi-cooker. Plus, there’s bacon.
If it’s warm and comforting you want, this soup’s got your name written all over it. We dare you to resist.
This comforting soup is loaded with good-for-you ingredients including cabbage, mushrooms, and brown rice.
Whether you’re under the weather or just craving a bowl of good old-fashioned comfort, this classic soup has you covered.
Creamy, easy, and can be made with ingredients in your fridge and pantry. You’re just a quick half-hour away from a wicked good meal.
A warmly spiced tomato soup—that also has an adorable little topper made of flaky pastry—that will seriously impress your guests.
A spectacular riff on the classic French potato and leek soup known as Vichyssoise, this is astoundingly good. So much so you may just find yourself raising the bowl to your lips.
A most gratifying use for a gangly gourd, this silken butternut squash soup all but defines autumn.
A leisurely way to make a super comforting and filling soup that makes rainy days more bearable. And the leftovers are even better.
A slightly heretical take on a French classic, this riff involves onion soup, bread, and cheese, but not quite like you’ve experienced it before.
Stop your scoffing. This may not be conventional chili, but it’s no sissy imposter. It’s just a little subtler, soupier, and smokier.
Sometimes, a creamy, comforting soup is all you need, especially if you can make it vegan. Topped with yogurt and hazelnuts, it’s superb.
If you’re not already in love with Jerusalem artichokes, we suggest you start with this soup–velvety, nutty, and earthy. Divine.
A purée of pumpkin soup, enriched with chicken stock and leeks, is topped with crunchy pumpkin seeds seasoned with curry, cayenne pepper, and turmeric.