5 Hearty Soups to Make This Winter

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When temperatures start to drop, nothing sounds better than staying warm indoors and enjoying a comforting bowl of soup. Whether you’re looking for a midday snack, lunch, or dinner idea, we listed 5 hearty soups below that will get you through the coldest of days.


Chicken Noodle Soup

This classic soup is a crowd-pleaser that’s perfect for sick days and chilly nights. Simply sauté your vegetables, pour in your chicken broth and egg noodles, and add in your shredded chicken. A great life hack to make things easier and shorten your cooking time is to use a store-bought rotisserie chicken instead of cooking raw chicken meat.


Beef Barley Soup

This rich and hearty soup is made with tender chunks of beef roast, whole grain barley, and nutritious vegetables such as carrots, potatoes, onions, and celery. You can either cook this soup on a stove or toss all your ingredients in a slow cooker for an incredibly easy-to-cook meal.


Tomato Soup

A delicious homemade tomato soup can be made with just three simple ingredients – butter, onion, and tomatoes. For a boost of flavor, you could also add minced garlic, basil leaves, chicken broth, and diced vegetables such as carrots and celery. Sprinkle fresh herbs over top and enjoy with a grilled cheese sandwich.


Matzo (or Matzah) Ball Soup

This soup consists of Matzo balls, which are small dumplings made with matzo meal, schmaltz (chicken fat), eggs, and chicken stock. Matzo Ball soup is a traditional Jewish dish commonly served during Passover, though this delicious soup can be enjoyed any day of the year.


Miso Soup

This traditional Japanese soup consists of dashi (dried kelp and fish flakes) stock, miso paste, and green onions – these ingredients can be found in the international aisle at most well-stocked grocery stores. Other great ingredients you could add to enhance your miso soup include: tofu, mushrooms, noodles, vegetables, and seaweed.