Packed full of vegetables, this superhearty soup gets a delicious boost from fresh fennel. If you use a slow cooker, toss everything together except the cabbage, kale, beans, and tomatoes; add those during the last 30-45 minutes of cooking. This also stores well in the fridge for easy reheating. View recipe.
A simple, slow-cooker winner. Leave potato peels intact for extra vitamin and mineral content, or peel if you prefer. Any quality pesto will do; traditional basil-garlic-pine nut pesto is fine, or try this with sun-dried tomato pesto for a unique flavor. View recipe.
As creamy and delightful as this soup is, it's also nutritious, with healthy doses of fiber, beta-carotene, and numerous vitamins. If pumpkin is not available, try other squashes, such as banana, butternut, or table queen. View recipe.
Buckwheat, a whole protein, adds an unusual background flavor and unique texture. Look for roasted buckwheat groats, which provide a full-bodied, almost smoky flavor, in bulk bins at your natural market (you can also use plain buckwheat groats). Dark-green Tuscan kale, also called lacinato or dinosaur kale, is more tender and less bitter than curly kale. View recipe.
With no weighty pasta, this vegetable-studded soup makes an excellent weeknight dinner. In place of the butter beans, you can also use shell beans (shelled, blanched, and peeled). View recipe.
Just a pinch of saffron opens the earthy flavor of roasted red peppers to embrace the sea tastes. Look for organic diced tomatoes or purée sold in BPA-free glass jars and boxes. Ask for fish stock at your natural market; it’s often sold frozen next to the fish counter. View recipe.
East meets West in this easy soup that will fire up your taste buds. Turmeric, the spice that gives curry its yellow color, is a superb anti-inflammatory compound. View recipe.
Instead of using refined pearl barley, add whole-grain goodness with hulled barley, which retains its germ and bran. If you use a slow cooker, combine everything except peas and cook on low for 8-10 hours; stir in peas during the last 10 minutes of cooking. View recipe.
Get out your soup pot or slow cooker! We've got eight healthy soups and stews to warm your chilly fall nights.
Thank you Delicious Living for sending this to me today. It's five degrees and all we want is to make soup & stew. I am saving this and determining to make each and every one!!
I am not able to print off the soup recipes. After clicking on print a screen appears with the bowl of soup but no recipe. Is there something else I need to do?
To print a specific recipe, first click "View Recipe" in the box to the right of its photo. You can then print from the recipe page.
I can't even view any of the 10 recipes. Can you email them all to me??
I don't have a blue link below any of the soup photos. I can't open any of them.
I couldn't get the recipes either, so I did a search for each on that I wanted. Very frustrating but I got what I wanted.
You can access the recipes by clicking the blue "View recipe" link in the box to the right of each photo (below the description of that recipe). View the next photo and "View recipe" recipe link by clicking "Next" (upper right of description box).
Regarding the printing problem... sorry... it's a little unclear. The print icon above the picture will just print the screen image and text. In order to print each recipe, you will need to click on "View recipe" (next to each image) and print from the recipe page.
I would like the recipes you say are available.
Tuscan Kale Soup - For those who are looking for something different with a fabulous tase, TRY THIS!!! Awesome tase and quick to make... even better the next day.
It would be much easier if you just listed the name of each recipe. It is very time consuming to scroll through each one separately. thanks.
Thanks for all the feedback! I just created "View recipe" links for each dish to make it easier to find the actual recipes (and to print from those pages).
I am a vegetarian. I love kales and beans. Can this soup be made without the sausage? and if so does something else need to be added to give it the right flavors?
Yes, you can certainly leave out the sausage; it will still be delicious without it. But if you want to make it heartier, you could use soy sausage or soy chorizo, crumbled.
I keep reading about this soup in issues of Delicious Living but cannot find it on the web site. Where is it?
This is the best soup I have ever made. It keeps well for 3-4 days and tastes better each day.
Can't wait to try some of these soups out!
I can't even see the recipes much less print them. The pictures look so good.Please tell me how I can get some of these recipes. Thank you.
Marva, you can access the recipes by clicking the "view recipe" blue link in the gray box to the right of the recipe. View the next photo and recipe link by clicking next. Let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!