This substantial and healthy soup is brimming with fresh vegetables, chunks of chicken, and the most flavorful broth you'll ever taste. This easy dinner is great for any night of the week.
On a hot summer day, nothing beats a chilled meal that you don't have to cook on a stove. Gazpacho and cucumber gazpacho are two of my favorite cold soups to have in the summer. They are nutritious and delicious and great to have if you know any vegetarians.
The weather is getting colder, and my daughter told me she couldn't remember the last time we had tomato soup and grilled cheese. I decided to upgrade this classic combo for a chilly fall day.
Chicken broth or stock is usually enhanced with carrot, onion, celery, and seasoning. If you don't have the vegetables, however, it is still possible to make a very acceptable pot of chicken broth. I'm here to reveal my secrets.
Here's how to make traditional Jewish chicken soup for holidays, times when you are sniffling and sneezing, or whenever you need some comfort food and a hug from Grandma.
Enjoy this sweet and sour stew featuring slowly stewed plantains with cubed pork over a bed of rice.
What better way to prepare for winter than to prepare a hearty stew? Here is a brief history of this nourishing meal and a collection of recipes from the Carb Diva files.
I love duplicating recipes that my mom or grandma made while I was growing up. Here is one you won't want to miss: Ham and Bean Soup with Dumplings.
Want more veggies, but fewer salads? Try this no-cream, cream of mushroom soup! It's 100% plant-based, delicious, satisfying, and filling. There is NO oil, NO other added fats, and NO thickening agents like flour or corn starch used in this recipe. This soup is also gluten free!
Learn how to make beetroot soup with either an Instant Pot or on the stovetop. This soup is made with fresh apples and carrots and is topped with a delectable (yet easy) hemp seed cream.
Stay healthy with this mouth-watering vegetable soup recipe chock full of antioxidants. Easy to make, and cooks in about 45 minutes. The longer you let this soup simmer, the more flavor it gives.
This thick, pureed spinach-carrot soup is a soothing and delightful appetizer. Making it is quick and easy; the recipe requires only a few simple ingredients.