Chicken Turkey Soup (Meat):
My kids never get tired of this Chicken Turkey Soup. They especially like it served with matzo balls. I add turkey to the soup in order to raise the soup's iron content, but the turkey also gives the soup a richer flavor.
Butternut Squash Soup (Parve):
Butternut squash, a nutritionally rich winter squash, tastes somewhat like sweet potatoes. This Pureed Butternut Squash Soup is easy to make, delicious to eat and lovely to serve.
Hungarian Vegetable Soup (Parve):
This Hearty Vegetable Soup contains beans, peas, potatoes, carrots, and parsnips. Hungarian paprika adds ethnic flavor.
Kids' Favorite Potato Soup (Parve):
I imagine this is one of those recipes my kids will ask for when they are older and have their own families. On cold winter days, this Potato Soup has warmed us up inside, turning the chilly house around us into a cozy home.
Miki's Red Pepper Soup (Parve):
This vibrant, colorful Red Pepper Soup, thickened with potato and sweetened with pears, tastes as good as it looks.
Simple Corn Soup (Parve):
I love corn and anything made with corn. I have yet to find a corn soup recipe that I didn't like. This kosher-parve Corn Soup, however, is the one I make most often as it is so easy to make. Why work hard for no reason?
Simple Pumpkin Soup (Parve):
My eight-year-old son brought this Pumpkin Soup recipe home from school in Israel one day. I don’t know its source. We tried it together and were amazed at how easy it was to make and how delicious it tasted. I think I'll continue to send him to school!
Creamy Vegetable Soup (Parve):
This is my mother's Creamy Vegetable Soup recipe. In other words, ingredient amounts are not exact, but the soup is delicious every time. Use whatever leftover vegetables you have in the house - cauliflower, zucchini, onion, cabbage, pumpkin, sweet potato, carrots, celery and more. Just before the veggies are tender enough for the immersion blender, add coconut milk to make the soup creamy but still parve.
Tomato Soup (Parve):
This Tomato Soup is easy to make and versatile to server. It can be served hot or cold. I usually serve this cold for starters for a Shabbat lunch. I don't think I have ever served this soup and not been asked for the recipe!
Broccoli Cheese Soup (Dairy):
Often in the summer when Shabbat starts later in the evening, we will have a dairy meal instead of the traditional meat meal. This Broccoli Cheese Soup is a perfect starter for dairy Sabbath meals as well as for the Shavuot holiday meal.