Shrimp bisque is a staple in many 4-star seafood restaurants. It’s surprisingly easy to make at home and doesn’t require any fancy exotic ingredients.
Soup and Stew Recipes
Hearty Low Country Corn Chowder is based on a Southern favorite, the Low Country Boil. This spicy chowder incorporates the main low country boil ingredients consisting of corn, potatoes, sausage, and shrimp. Each heart-warming bite brings a taste of good ol’ Southern country living.
Southwestern Taco Soup will warm you up on a cold winter’s night. Imagine all of your favorite Mexican flavors in a hearty bowl of soup. It is filling enough to make a meal of on its own.
Chicken Meatball Chili Soup comes to the rescue for families with picky eaters. Herbs and spices transform boring ground chicken to bites of delight, bursting with flavor. Kids love the little meatballs. It tastes even better the next day so feel free to make it ahead.
Hearty Pork Stew takes an inexpensive Boston butt roast and turns it into a robust meal in a bowl, fortified with a satisfying array of vegetables. It is a great way to stretch your meat budget while bringing smiles to the family’s taste buds.
Irish American Lamb Stew is an Americanized version of the classic Irish Stew. Guinness stout gives richness and depth to this lamb stew without any hint of beer flavor. This is probably the most flavorful gravy you have ever tasted so do serve the stew with Irish mashed potatoes.
Sausage vegetable stew is perfect for a cold winter night’s family meal. It only takes about an hour to make this hearty, heartwarming meal. I serve it with garlic bread or artisan bread, and it’s filling enough on its own.
Italian sausage soup is a comfort food in many households. There are as many variations of it as there are Moms in the kitchen. This simple version includes fresh Roma tomatoes, carrots, and escarole (or spinach). It is fortified with cannellini beans, orzo, and of course, garlic. Try this heart-warming meal in a bowl on a cold winter night or any day of the year.