Top Five Favorite Soup and Stew Recipes
Mmmm…Fall. I think I am having a love affair with you. I love your leaves and your cooler, crisp days. And I love, love LOVE soups and stews. I love the simmer and the smells and how the entire house smells good while it’s cooking and I even love leftovers.
While the weather is starting to turn colder, I thought it would be fun to share my FAVORITE soup recipes. A few of them are featured under my favorite recipes tab, but here are my top fave FAVORITE Soups and Stews recipes for your Autumn enjoyment
1. Aboslutely Ultimate Potato Soup-WARNING! Do not eat this soup on a diet. Don’t eat it if you’re watching anything! Salt, carbs, calories, fat, cholesterol or trying to limit your bacon and cream intake. But if you want an AWESOME, thick delicious potato soup that will make you want to lick your bowl clean, this is the soup for you.
2. Guinness Beef Stew-We love cooking with beer. It’s well documented. And this delicious oven baked stew just hits the SPOT on a cold day. I serve it with a loaf of crusty bread so you can sop up the soupy, beery yumminess that’s left in the bowl. It’s really the only way to eat beef stew, IMO.
3)White Chicken Chili-Okay, so after the first two, I had to go a little healthier. This soup cooks up quick, is filling and super healthy. I do NOT salt it while cooking, but let everyone salt to taste when it gets to their bowls. This is also good served with crusty bread and a salad for a yummy, healthy and quick dinner
4)Cincinnati Chili-Served with cheese, onions and/or beans on top of spaghetti, this chili is sweet and spicy, but not hot. I know not everyone is a fan, but it’s so good and different It’s a bit of a time commitment, but it’s totally worth it.
5) Broccoli Cheese Soup-Get some frozen bread dough and bake them into bread bowls. It might call for processed cheese food, but it’s delicious. If you think 12 servings is too much, think again because everyone will want seconds.