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Sep
2012
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Soup season is here! 10 easy recipes for fall

So long, summer salads—it’s time for some hearty, savory, simple-to-prepare soups. Here are ten picks from some of our favorite food blogs. If you decide to try these recipes, let us know on Twitter or Facebook. We’d love to hear from you!

10 fall soupsRoasted Apple & Winter Squash Soup via theKitchn
Tart apples, fragrant herbs and creamy squash combine in this satisfying vegetarian soup.

Hearty Spinach & Sausage Soup via Pinch My Salt
Potatoes, sausage, barley, spinach—what could be more filling on a chilly autumn day?

Chicken & Dumplings via Martha Stewart
Of course, the ultimate comfort food made our list! Be sure to check out the video for step-by-step directions (especially if you’re a Deion Sanders fan).

Potato Crab Chowder via For the Love of Cooking
Craving seafood? You don’t have to live by the ocean to enjoy this delightful crab chowder.

Simple Beef Phở via The Runaway Spoon
Phở is a type of Vietnamese noodle soup that you can easily change and adapt with different meats and vegetables.

Minestrone Soup via Food Wishes
This free-form favorite can also change to fit your mood—or what’s in your pantry.

Roasted Cauliflower & Aged White Cheddar Soup via Closet Cooking
We found this recipe through Pinterest and were instantly intrigued by the pairing of velvety cauliflower puree and tangy aged cheddar.

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s Barley, Onion & Tomato Soup via The Guardian
This recipe does double duty as a soup or a risotto-style side dish, depending on how much tomato puree you add. But, you may need a measurement converter for the milliliters and kilograms (like this one).

Curried Pumpkin Soup with Spicy Pumpkin Seeds via I Can Cook That
Another good vegetarian dish, this soup can bring gentle heat to your dinner table. Serve with naan to emphasize the Indian influences, or with crusty bread.

Spicy Ground Beef & Bean Soup with Cabbage & Spinach via Kalyn’s Kitchen
Last, but not least, a slow-cooker recipe you can set and forget on busy workdays.

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