Bold Asian flavours and thick, chewy udon noodles turn each bowl of this quick turkey soup into a meal that's as exciting as it is comforting. For a spicy kick, add a few dashes of sriracha.
Get the recipe: Asian-Style Turkey and Cabbage Noodle Soup
The light tomato broth in this soup is utterly delicious as is, but it really comes to life with the addition of creamy avocado, fragrant fresh cilantro, and crunchy radish slices and tortilla strips. Corn tortillas give this dish authentic Mexican flavour, but flour tortillas will work just as well if you have them on hand.
Get the recipe: Mexican Tortilla Soup
Rotisserie chicken adds a pleasant oven-roasted flavour to this soothing vegetable- and-noodle soup. It also cuts prep time dramatically.
Get the recipe: Spinach and Chicken Soup With Parmesan
Fennel seeds are milder in flavour when preground than when whole or freshly ground; if you're starting with whole seeds, grind them using a mortar and pestle or a spice grinder, and use only half the amount called for in the recipe.
Get the recipe: Tomato and Bean Soup with Crispy Bacon
Cheesy, creamy broccoli soup is a family-friendly dish that's a great way to get kids to eat their veggies. The crispy Cheddar croutons add a satisfying crunch. For a lighter finish, replace the sour cream with Greek yogurt.
Get the recipe: Broccoli Soup with Cheddar Croutons
This dish takes the rich flavours of beef Stroganoff and transforms them into an easy one-pot soup.
Get the recipe: Beef Stroganoff Soup
Warm up cool evenings by filling empty tummies with hearty soup. Sprinkle a little Parmesan cheese over top or add a handful of cooked noodles to make leftovers new again.
Get the recipe: Hearty Meatball and Fennel Soup
Roasting the cauliflower adds extra depth of flavour to this simple yet delicious soup. Don't be afraid to let the cauliflower turn a very deep golden colour (without burning it, of course)— the darker it is, the richer the roasted taste will be.
Get the recipe: Roasted Cauliflower Soup with Cheddar Crostini
At your next feast, start with gorgeous, personalized two-tone autumn soup. Pour our ruby red beet soup and zingy ginger-carrot soup into the same bowl. Then add a custom message with yogurt lettering.
Get the recipe: Two-Tone Root Vegetable Soup
We've packed all the flavours of your favourite comfort food casserole into a satisfying soup that comes together in a fraction of the time. Freeze any leftover tomato paste from the can in tablespoon-size portions for later use.
Get the recipe: Shepherd's Pie Soup
You can thaw and peel the shrimp while the soup is cooking, but to quickly get dinner on the table after work, prep the shrimp the night before. That way, you'll be able to throw them into the slow cooker when you get home and then sit down to a warm, soothing meal in less than 15 minutes.
Get the recipe: Slow Cooker Curry Coconut Shrimp Soup
If tomato soup is your favourite comfort food, you'll love this creamy homemade version. The rich texture and slightly acidic, herbaceous flavour far surpass anything you'd find in a can. Bonus: It's easy to make, especially if you have prepared tomato sauce on hand.
Get the recipe: Herbed Cream of Tomato Soup
If you can't find chanterelle or oyster mushrooms, use a mix of shiitake and cremini, which are more affordable and available year-round. For the creamiest texture, make sure to use an upright blender, rather than an immersion blender, to purée the soup.
Get the recipe: Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup with Herbed Bread Crumbs
On a cold, dreary day, there's no dish more soothing than a steaming bowl of chicken soup. In this one-pot version, we've poached the chicken in the savoury broth to intensify the chicken flavour and added a touch of cream for a velvety, rich consistency.
Get the recipe: Thick and Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup
Pumpkin is a common ingredient in Thai cooking. Pie pumpkins are not always available in grocery stores throughout the year, but butternut squash makes a great alternative. Add another chili pepper if you like heat. For colour and added texture, sprinkle with sliced red chili pepper just before serving.Read More