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Tired of the same old turkey soup? Cook up a pot of this zesty stew, flavored with cumin and chili powder.
Nothing could be easier than roasting a chicken. This one has a lovely lemon aroma and is juicy too!
Any Chinese restaurant worth its soy sauce can make a good wonton soup. But once you and your child try our version, you might never go back.
This traditional dish, sometimes called Italian wedding soup, successfully marries the flavors of meats and greens. The spoon-size turkey meatballs in this version make it a real kid-pleaser and hearty enough to be a satisfying supper.
This comforting recipe, fortified with cream and chicken, is a flavorful alternative to a basic mushroom soup.
Sure it would be better if you had an old hen and half the day to cook. But when you're in a hurry, this does very nicely.
A simple, quick, and delicious dinner dish.
A lot like chili only with turkey.
The vegetable-broth option is for vegetarians: this is best made with rich chicken stock.
This is the lower fat and calorie alternative to your grandmothers recipe. It still tastes great though.
Delicious any time of year, matzo ball soup is a traditional way to start the Passover Seder feast.
Often used in Thai and Indian cuisine, coconut milk adds a subtle, creamy sweetness to dishes like this quick and savory soup.