Artichoke Potato Soup

If you like the taste of artichokes, then you'll like this Artichoke Potato Soup. On cold winter evenings, my kids enjoy this with crackers. And the potatoes in the soup give it enough girth to work as a family dinner.

It is comforting to know that Susie Fishbein included this recipe for Beef and Barley Soup in her Kosher By Design - Teens and 20-Somethings Cookbook. If my children can prepare this soup, then they'll never go hungry.

One of my favorite kitchen tools is an immersion blender. The immersion blender makes it possible to easily make delicious and healthy vegetable soup. Just boil vegetables under tender, blend and spice. The soup is also economical because you can use what ...

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.

It has become a family tradition to serve Chicken Noodle Soup for our Rosh Hashanah holiday meal and Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls for Passover Seder. The herbs and spices used in this Chicken Soup recipe make for a deliciously rich broth.

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.

This Cream Squash Soup is vegan, gluten-free and delicious. The basic soup process of boil, simmer, puree is made a bit easier than usual because there are not many ingredients to chop and add. To keep this soup recipe pareve, use oil and soy milk. For a ...

My kids love cauliflower, and they love soup. So I thought to give cauliflower soup a try in my home. After looking at a bunch of different cauliflower soup recipes, I put together this easy, creamy, roasted version of the soup. Roasting the cauliflower f ...

My sister-in-law served this Creamy Roasted Eggplant Soup for a Hanukkah family party, and everyone, including the children, loved it. Shavuot is around the corner, I thought this dairy soup would make a nice start to the festive holiday meal. This roaste ...

My family always loved Sweet Potato Soup when we ate it at other people's homes for Shabbat. But I had never added it my repertoire. Then one day I needed to make a quick soup for a friend with a daughter in the hospital. I looked at what I had in my pant ...

This is my mother's 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 ...

I like to put the ingredients on the counter, print out the recipe, and let my kids make this soup by themselves. They are more likely to eat this economical and healthy soup if they have made it themselves.

This is one of the easiest soup recipes I know, and fortunately it is also one of my kids' favorite soup recipes. If you've invited guests for Shabbos who have children or you need to prepare a tasty soup but have limited energy, this is the recipe for yo ...

This Garden Vegetable Soup is my family's favorite vegetable soup. You can leave the vegetables whole or puree the soup with an immersion blender. This recipe makes a lot of soup, which is great because the soup freezes well. Delicious, healthy and kosher ...

Gazpacho is the perfect summer dish. This tomato-based, raw vegetable soup is lite, refreshing and even thirst-quenching. And no heat is needed to prepare this cold soup - just chop, mix and chill. Gazpacho makes a wonderful appetizer for Friday night din ...

It is so healthy and economical to throw all your vegetables into a soup and enjoy it all week long. If you have lots of vegetables, double the recipe and freeze part of the soup. This Green Bean Cabbage Soup is one of my family's favorite blended soups. ...

This Hearty Mushroom Barley Soup, which includes carrots and celery, is a nice change from Chicken Soup for Sukkot or Simchat Torah dinner. It is easy to make, healthy and satiating. All my guests, even the vegetarians and children at the table, enjoyed t ...

This hearty vegetable soup contains beans, peas, potatoes, carrots, and parsnips. Hungarian paprika adds ethnic flavor. The recipe was contributed by Word of Mouth, a Cleveland-based, kosher catering service.

For a different and delicious soup, try this Jerusalem Artichoke soup. Jerusalem artichokes, also known as sunchoke or sunroot, have no relation to Jerusalem or artichokes. And the soup's funny brown color has no relation to its wonderful taste. So don't ...

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.