Soup's On! 5 Creative Recipes to Indulge in Before Winter Ends
Winter is ending and that means the season of iced drinks and popsicles is approaching.
What else does it mean? It means that it's your last chance to indulge in all the delicious winter comfort soups you love.
Since it's now or never to enjoy some delicious hot soup, why not put a twist on some of the classics?
Below are some creative winter comfort soup recipes to inspire you!
Does this soup need any explanation as to why it's on this list?
The ultimate comfort food is cheese (very few would disagree) and to have a whole bowl of Asiago cheese flavored with white wine, cream, and bacon? Yes, please!
This surely is a soup that can only truly be enjoyed in the winter.
What's great about Minestrone is that it's so versatile. Throw in whatever veggies you want, make it vegan, maybe not, it's your way.
But if you're looking for something new to taste, try adding a kick of curry to it.
Also, the recipe says the soup is even better a day later. If you're working a lot and need something quick for lunch, Curry Spiced Minestrone is calling your name!
New England is no stranger to seafood. We love our clam chowders and our lobster bisques but this recipe takes advantage of all the wonders of the ocean.
The Seafood Chowder is a great recipe because it's flexible about what you put in it. Seafood can get pricey, but you can buy whatever is on sale or what you're in the mood for.
There are no limitations.
It is also a great soup to transition into the warmer weather.
This recipe requires little more attention to prep and hands-on work, but its worth it.
A picture says a thousand words and this picture says "get in my belly!"
The recipe is described as a cross between a potato soup and a chicken pot pie soup.
Ready to put yourself out there?
The French Onion Macaroni and Cheese Soup equals the best of both worlds. It has the comfort of mac and cheese and the savory sweetness from French Onion Soup.
It's a bit out there but with spring on the horizon, why not go for it?