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5 Comforting Soups and Stews to Make this Fall

It’s soup season! You may or may not already know that I’m a self-proclaimed soup girl, but now that the colder weather is officially here to stay, I’ve been looking for new ways to make soup at home (Side note: I recently tried making bone broth for the first time! Check out my guide).


These recipes are hearty, flavorful, and easy - basically everything I’m looking for in a fall meal. I hope you enjoy them too!   


Guiness Lamb Stew with Vegetables from Once Upon a Chef

Photo: Jenn Segal

I love how well Guinness pairs with lamb and potatoes, plus it’s hard to go wrong with a warm, comforting bowl of stew on a chilly fall evening.

 

Quick Vietnamese Beef Noodle Pho from The Kitchn

Photo: Emma Christensen

 

The first time I tried pho I was hooked on the rich yet bright and tangy flavors it had. Making pho is usually an all-day affair, but this quick version takes less than an hour!

 

Creamy Tomato Soup with Buttery Croutons from Food & Wine

Photo: James Baigrie

You can’t beat a classic and I’m here to tell you that making tomato soup from scratch is definitely worth the extra effort. Add buttery croutons on top and, well….yum.

 

Moroccan-Style Lamb & Squash Soup with Garlicky Yogurt from Rachael Ray

Photo: Caitlin Bensel

Ground lamb is so versatile (and in my opinion, underutilized) and I love the addition of squash, chickpeas, and lentils. Perfect for fall!

 

Italian Wedding Soup from Cooking Classy

Photo: Jaclyn, Cooking Classy

 

Hearty soups with lots of fresh ingredients are always my favorite, and Italian Wedding Soup is no exception. Don’t be fooled: It has a fancy sounding name but it’s actually super easy to make yourself.



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If you try any of these recipes, I’d love to see! You can post here in the comments or tag me on Instagram @bigskycaroline or @littlecreekmontana !

 

Enjoy,

 

Caroline

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