See how easy it is to make authentic Dill Pickle Soup! Creamy, hearty soup with tangy dill pickles and briny flavor. A classic Polish comfort meal.
If you’re like us and eat pickles almost daily with sandwiches, burgers and even just snacking then maybe it isn’t a far stretch to include tangy dill pickles in soup.
It’s a classic Polish recipe and if you’ve ever eaten in a Polish restaurant, chances are you’ve seen Dill Pickle Soup on the menu. Maybe you’ve even scrunched your nose at the thought of pickles and soup together.
I’m here to change that notion because this creamy soup with tender potatoes and carrots has amazing flavor and the texture of potato soup but with the added briny flavor of finely chopped dill pickles and yes – pickle juice!
Easy Black Bean Soup recipe ~ 5 ingredients and stove to table in under under 30 minutes. This soup is loaded with delicious flavor, protein and fiber making it the ideal healthy weeknight meal.
There are a lot of days that demand an easy, no-fuss meal and if you can find one that goes from stove to table in under 30 minutes, all the better.
This delicious, healthy, power-packed meal cooks all in one pot with just 5 simple ingredients.
I originally created this recipe after a trip to Key West several years ago where the breezes are balmy, the Rum Runners flow and there’s a definite Cuban flair to many dishes, including Black Bean Soup. With the help of a jar of salsa verde, this soup hits every flavor mark and a quick pulse with an immersion blender it has just the right velvety texture.
It’s soup season. Let’s make soup!
Minestrone Soup recipe ~ hearty, healthy meatless Italian soup. Rich tomato broth loaded with vegetables and beans. Serve with a good bread for a complete meal.
This easy Minestrone Soup recipe is one I’ve been making for years. I almost always have a container or three in the freezer all year. The vegetables may change a bit depending on what’s in season, but the flavor is always spot on.
Rich tomato broth with two kinds of beans and loaded with vegetables. It’s the perfect balance of healthy and comfort food.
Turkey and Lentil Soup made with ground turkey or Thanksgiving leftovers. Easy, delicious healthy recipe packed with protein. Cooks in 30 minutes.
Like many of you, soup is a great go-to in the winter months. There’s something comforting about it simmering on the stove while the snow is flying outside. Plus it’s the perfect way to clean out the refrigerator and pantry.
Turkey and Lentil Soup whips up in about 30 minutes with rich flavor of soup that’s tastes like it simmered for hours. I consider it a triple nutritional threat: turkey, lentils and V-8 juice and you can use ground turkey or leftover Thanksgiving turkey when you can’t face another turkey sandwich.
Slow Cooker Chicken Parm Soup ~ juicy chicken, tender pasta and flavor-packed cheesy tomato broth topped with crispy parmesan breadcrumbs.
Some of the best recipe ideas come when I’m hungry or in need of a trip to the grocery store. In this case, I was both.
A quick fridge and pantry forage revealed I still had the 3-cheese ravioli I had planned to use for Air Fryer Ravioli as well as a jar of marinara, some chicken stock and a few other ingredients.
Soup is one of my favorite things to make. It’s delicious, comforting, easily adaptable with the ingredients already on hand and practically goof-proof. So I loaded a few items into the slow cooker and sat back while it did its magic.
Classic French Onion Soup ~ recipe inspired by two of my favorite chefs, Ina Garten and Julia Child. Caramelized onions in rich, flavor-loaded beef-wine broth topped with toasted croutons and gooey, melted Gruyere cheese.
Whenever my daughter sees French Onion Soup on the menu, she orders it. It’s been this way since she was a child. From the time they were small, we encouraged them to order for themselves in restaurants. Served us right, I guess because although she professed to love French Onion Soup, she really only liked the soup-soaked croutons and gooey melted cheese. Who could blame her?
Irish Guinness Beef Stew ~ tender seared beef, chunks of potatoes, onions and carrots in a thick rich beef-Guinness gravy.
St. Patrick’s Day isn’t complete for my sister-in-law Gloria without hats and strands of beads for the group, including my reluctant brother-in-law. Irish green shirts, a round or three of drinks, plenty of laughs and some good Irish food like this Irish Guinness Beef Stew round out the day.
Her enthusiasm is contagious; it’s a party you don’t want to miss. This stew has everything you need for St. Patrick’s Day: chunks of tender seared beef, potatoes, onions and carrots in a thick stew enhanced with the flavor of Guinness beer. Just don’t forget the hats and beads.
White Chicken Chili ~ creamy, loaded with tender chicken, white beans, corn and green chilies. Topped off with sliced avocado, extra cheese, tortilla strips and sour cream.
As recipes go, this one doesn’t get any easier. Just load the ingredients into your slow cooker then while you’re doing whatever it is you do that brings home the bacon . . .WAH BAM! Thick, creamy, delicious chili loaded with tender chicken, white beans, corn and green chilies.
Of course, what starts as simple doesn’t have to stay that way. Feel free to dress it up with as many garnishes as you like, including a big dollop of fresh guacamole.
Make a batch on Tuesday. Eat leftovers on Wednesday (it’s even better reheated). If you’re lucky, there’ll be enough to freeze an individual container for lunch one day when there’s “nothing in the fridge”.
Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup made all in one pot, loaded with tender bites of chicken, orzo, carrots, spinach, dill and of course, tangy lemon flavor.
For the flu-stricken, cold-stricken or anyone in need of a little comfort, this recipe is it. It’s National Soup Month and although this Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup won’t cure what ails you, it’ll sustain you until it passes.
A little Chicken Soup for the soul . . .
AWARD WINNING Creamy Brussels Sprouts Soup from the PAISLEY FARM HOLIDAY BLOGGER RECIPE CHALLENGE recipe contest. Free products provided by PAISLEY FARM; recipe, narrative and photos are my own.
It’s hard not to get excited for mail delivery this time of year. Christmas cards, packages you forgot you ordered from Amazon (oops!) and 7 jars of goodies from Paisley Farm to my doorstep.
Okay, maybe you didn’t get that package, but I did because I was invited to participate in the Paisley Farm Holiday Blogger Recipe Challenge. I accepted, entered this Creamy Brussels Sprouts Soup recipe took first place.