All the flavours of a loaded baked potato are in this thick and hearty soup. The crispy strips of bacon, tangy sour cream and sharp cheddar cheese are both in the soup and on top as a garnish. Best of all, Loaded Baked Potato Soup is naturally thick from the potatoes without adding thickeners like flour or cornstarch.
I’m not Italian and I’m not getting married, but that doesn’t mean I can’t make Italian Wedding Soup. In fact, this delicious soup doesn’t even have anything to do with weddings, Italian or otherwise.
This soup recipe is a silky smooth puree of potatoes and leeks in chicken broth with a hint of fresh tarragon. Similar to Vichyssoise, Potato Leek Soup is simple and smooth but contains no cream or thickeners.
My sister and I used to take the train to Toronto when we were teenagers and we’d shop at the Eaton Centre. Then, when our money ran out we would head up to Mr. Greenjeans and have a bowl of our favourite menu item, Mushroom Cheddar Chowder. It’s been a long time since I’ve been there but I’ve never forgotten this delicious soup!
When it’s too hot to turn on the oven and even too hot to stand outside in front of a barbecue, the solution is Easy Thai Chicken Noodle Bowl. This Thai chicken soup is so easy it’s ridiculous. It takes minutes to put together and that hit of heat is perfect for a hot day. You could call this a soup. Or a noodle bowl. That depends on how much or little broth you use in relation to the other ingredients. And you can customize it by using whatever vegetables you want.