Make sure your soups turn out warm, comforting and delicious every time with these simple tips.
Cream-based soups, like everyone’s all-time favorite Loaded Potato Soup, are rich and luscious. We love to make them when we need comfort food or want to add a little luxury to dinner. Do keep in mind that cream-based soups don’t freeze well. The cream will break, so it’s better to enjoy them when they’re fresh.
Broth-based soups, like classic Chicken Noodle Soup, are nourishing and light. We love cooking down our leftover Thanksgiving turkeys to make broth, which we use as a base for soups later. But when there’s no time for homemade, Progresso broth never lets us down. Broth-based soups are generally considered lighter, but if you need a heartier meal, packing your soup with protein and noodles is the way to go. Give it a try with this recipe for Italian Sausage and Tortellini Soup.
If you think the best thing about soup is dipping crusty bread into steaming hot broth, then this article about how to make the best soup toppers is a must-read! From croutons to crostini, we’ll show you the perfect way to crisp that bread.
And for a quick way to turn a can of soup into a meal, check out this article on the most perfectly delicious soup and grilled cheese pairings or learn how to whip up a batch of fully-loaded breadsticks in Betty’s article about the ultimate breadstick and soup combos.
And after you’ve slurped up all of Betty’s best soups, check out the rest of Betty’s soup recipes.