Dish Type-Soups

Collection by Terri Diane

Potato Soup IX

Rating: 4.5 stars 56
A delicious soup that makes a meal with some nice fresh bread! Homey and comforting! Try adding shredded Cheddar cheese just before serving.

Cheesy Potato and Corn Chowder

Rating: 4.5 stars 1028
Comfort food . . . hot and tasty for those cold winter days.

Down Home Casserole

Rating: 4.5 stars 93
This recipe is my Mother's and everyone loves it when she makes it. She is 86 and a wonderful cook. I am submitting it in her name. This is good home cooking.

Slow Cooker Baked Beans with Ham Hock

Rating: 4 stars 174
A good, homemade recipe for baked beans. Serve with your favorite entree, or as a meal in itself.

Grandma's Potato Dumplings

Rating: 4 stars 27
My grandma made these. I have carried on the tradition. I always make more than we need--my family loves them sliced and fried with Thanksgiving leftovers. Serve with gravy. Originally submitted to

Lighter Chicken and Dumplings

Rating: 4.5 stars 516
A lighter version of this classic down-home dish. One of the best comfort foods of all time!

Easy Egg Noodles

Rating: 4.5 stars 956
Easy homemade egg noodles from just 5 ingredients. Tender and delicious!

Cream of Chicken and Potato Soup

Rating: 4.5 stars 38
A wonderfully rich and flavorful soup with a perfect balance of flavors.

Cheese Vegetable Soup I

Rating: 4 stars 55
Very easy and extra good. A tempting blend of vegetables, cheese, and ground beef, with just enough hot pepper sauce to make it interesting.

Easy Indian Tomato Soup (Saar)

Rating: 3.5 stars 6
Just the thing for a cold wintry night. Here is a wonderfully easy recipe for traditional Indian tomato soup. It is ready in a jiffy, tastes wonderful, and acts as a lovely side-dish or appetizer. Serve it with a heavy curry/rice combo and some papadams and you are in heaven.

1-Pot, 3-Bean Chicken Stew

Rating: 4 stars 46
For health benefits, you can't top dried beans. They are rich in antioxidants and fiber and are low glycemic, helping to control blood sugar. If you don't use no-salt-added, beans, rinse to remove sodium.

A Farewell to Basil Fettuccine

Rating: 4.5 stars 51
I made this basil fettuccine while watching "A Farewell to Arms" on TV and realized the title suited the intent of the pasta, which was to celebrate the last gleanings from my rather prolific basil patch. If you feel the need to serve this with a sauce, consider a butter garlic sauce or a white wine sauce with chicken. Whatever you choose to accompany this with, enjoy it!