Recipes : American : Soups

Recipes

Boston's Best Clam Chowder

This New England favorite is a breeze to make wherever you live. There are quite a few ingredients, but you’ll find that most are already in your pantry.

Chef

Advertisement

Recipes

Pumpkin Soup with Sage Croutons, Bacon and Gruyere Cheese

This velvety-smooth soup uses either fresh roasted pumpkin or canned pumpkin puree, simmered with a rich savory chicken stock seasoned with nutmeg, thyme and cream. Serve piping-hot garnished with buttery herb-toasted croutons, crisp crumbled bacon and nutty Gruyère cheese for a comforting autumn night supper paired with a simple green salad.

Chef

Recipes

Beef Steak Chili

Hearty, spicy chili made with tender steak. Who can resist? This recipe yields a gallon for the game-time gang. It’s a great choice for Super Bowl parties.

Chef

Recipes

Roasted Pumpkin Soup with Smoky Bacon

This rustic soup comes alive with the flavor of sweet caramelized roasted pumpkin or butternut squash.  Its golden-yellow color and garnish of smoky-sweet crumbled bacon makes this a real eye-popper and show stopper.

Chef

Recipes

Onion Soup Gratinee

This hearty and rich soup is easy to make and has a dramatic presentation. Use leftover bread slices that have been left out to dry for a couple of days for the best results. By using low sodium broth you can season according to your own preference.

Chef

Recipes

Pumpkin, Ginger and Toasted Macadamia Soup

This is what I call my "healthily indulgent soup", using macadamias rather than cream to bring a delicious rich creaminess. Just a touch of nutty texture, and the sweetness of macadamias and apples.

FoodChannel Editor

Advertisement

Recipes

Butternut Squash Soup

Fall is here and between apple picking and hay rides, weekend trips to the local farm seem to be the activity of choice for couples, friends and families alike. Food Network Chef Claire Robinson has created fall-themed recipes, and turned those freshly picked apples and pumpkins into a weekend brunch using seasonal ingredients.

FoodChannel Editor

Previous123Next