Whether you want a hot bowl of chili or a simple soup recipe, discover over two dozen winter dinner ideas on Spoonful.com
A really good bowl of soup is less of a recipe than a formula. And the formula is this: a beany something + a starchy something + a tomato something + loads of random veggies + broth.
This recipe makes a perfectly seasoned, perfectly moist, perfectly crisp-skinned and golden bird that requires no basting or fussing.
Try this great chicken soup recipe for a cold day.
An Italian twist on the classic mac 'n' cheese, this hearty casserole features creamy tomato sauce and five varieties of cheese. With an easy, five-minute prep, you'll have dinner on the table in less than an hour.
This is definitely not your grandmother's tuna casserole. Rotini pasta, tomatoes, spinach and a rich, cheesy white sauce update this classic, and prove irresistible.
Every home cook needs a great roast chicken recipe up her sleeve. Not only is this one beautiful to look at, but it fills your home with the most amazing aroma of garlic, lemon and rosemary. Larger chickens typically have more flavor than the tiny broiler
Creamy mashed potatoes infused with cheddar cheese top savory beans, sausage and veggies in this easy version of a French cassoulet. Your kids will gobble up all the cheesy goodness -- the French, after all, do know how to get kids to eat their vegetables
With just a little rice and cheese you can turn humble veggies into a deliciously rich and budget-friendly meal that your family won't soon forget. Try brown rice for added health benefits and an even nuttier flavor.
Soothe seasonal sniffles with this easy and comforting chicken soup recipe. Use rotisserie chicken for the quickest results, and fill the pot with lots of veggies to make it extra healthy.
Lovers of Julia Child will recognize her classic Boeuf Bourguignonne in this recipe, but this sped-up version is tailored to the time-pinched cook. A perfect family meal, it's great for entertaining guests—and tastes wonderful made the day before.
This simple pot pie makes delicious use of all those turkey leftovers, and the cheesy biscuit crust is perfect for sopping up all the flavorful sauce. Use chicken if you don't have turkey -- the result is just as good.
Served with a salad and warm, crusty bread, risotto makes for a wonderfully cozy dinner. Healthy butternut squash lends nutrients to this version, and kids can help out by keeping the pot stirred.