|A second collection of great soup recipes for National Soup Month from Deep South Dish.|
I've previously shared with you ten of my favorite soups for National Soup Month and seems the collection has grown a bit since, so I've updated my list with this fresh rewind of soup recipes, that didn't make the first round-up.
|A creamy version of chicken tortilla soup, made with cooked chicken and fajita seasonings. Served with a garnish of crispy tortilla strips, shredded cheese, sour cream and served here with a side of sour cream cornbread.|
|A southernized version of classic Italian Wedding Soup, made with spicy sausage and beef meatballs, collards and black-eyed peas.|
|A simple soup made with a ham hock and chicken broth base, with leftover baked ham, bacon and cabbage.|
|A hardy soup of navy beans, simmered in a ham bone flavored stock, seasoned with a mirepoix of veggies, Liquid Smoke, garlic, tomato paste, thyme and bay leaf, and plenty of bacon.|
|A beef broth and tomato based soup, seasoned with the Trinity, and simmered with smoked sausage, cabbage, sweet potatoes, Rotel tomatoes, and black-eyed peas.|
|Homemade French onion soup made with a beef bone enhanced broth and caramelized sweet and yellow onions, topped with croutons and cheese and finished with a little Parmesan.|
|A nicely seasoned chicken stock based chowder made with a small roux, sauteed veggies, potatoes, corn, half and half and sweet blue crab.|
|Tomato soup made from fresh or canned tomatoes and sweet onions, Vidalias when they are in season. Combine one can of San Marzano tomatoes with a 12 ounce jar of roasted red peppers, and a small jar of sun dried tomatoes for a great flavor boost. Pair this soup with a nice pepperoni grilled cheese sandwich.|
For 10 more great soups pop over to check out my first collection of soups for National Soup Month.
Posted by Mary on January 14, 2013
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