There’s a chill in the air. You’ve got a nice, toasty sweater on as your mind drifts to thoughts of ice skating, snow and…soup. Yep, that’s right, soup. Who doesn’t appreciate a bowl of steaming, hot soup, loaded to the brim with vegetables, broth and other goodness? While soup is delicious, it can also be incredibly nutritious too. For example, basil used in soup provides anti-viral, anti-oxidant and anti-microbial properties. Combine it with tomatoes and you are serving up a potently healthy meal chock full of dietary fiber, minerals and vitamins.
If you like soup, you’ll find plenty of recipes here at gourmetrecipe.com. Let’s start with the winter staple in the American diet. A cup of Chicken Vegetable Soup brings warmth to the bones and a smile to your mouth. It is also rumored to be a miracle cure for a cold. Yet have you considered a more creative take to this favorite? How about a bowl of Chicken and Spinach Tortellini Soup or a cup of Chicken Leek Soup instead of the traditional favorite?
If you are feeling real adventurous and ready to try something new in the world of soup, knock out the meat completely and serve up African Peanut Soup, Butternut Squash Soup or Cabbage and Corn Soup. These web site favorites are sure to please, while offering your taste buds an exciting dining experience.
There are also a number of fruit-inspired soups to choose from, often served cold and perfect for when the weather turns warm. Our collection of recipes includes Strawberry Soup, Berry Buttermilk Soup and Apple Soup to add to your list of family favorites.
There are recipes available for every style and taste. That’s another reason we think soup is so great. You can add a wide variety of foods ranging from beans to carrots, to mushrooms, pasta and even things like peaches. In the world of soup, almost anything goes and it all tastes good.
Soup will do more than provide an easy meal. A bowl of vegetable soup, for example, is laden with vitamins, proteins and carbohydrates and studies have shown it helps lower the risk of cancer and heart disease.
We invite you to enjoy making these soups. Cooking soup is an art form, which gets better with practice. Experiment with various soup stocks to discover the perfect tastes for your family, keeping in mind that homemade soup stock doesn’t have any preservatives.
The dinner bell is ringing. Come and get it while it’s still hot.