With fall comes the start of soup weather. The change in temperature brings the need for homey meals that warm your bones, and there's nothing that does this better than soup. These 10 recipes are the ones you love the most. Some are quick weeknight affairs, while others are weekend projects — but they're all extra comforting!
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This creamy soup comes together in just about 20 minutes, thanks to a can of crushed tomatoes and a bag of frozen tortellini.
Traditional Vietnamese pho isn't a quick affair, but this version comes together in under an hour by leaning on store-bought beef broth and bolstering it with lots of aromatics.
This vegan soup is ridiculously wholesome and satisfying. Pair it with plenty of crusty bread and it's a feel-good meal.
Yes, you can make ramen at home that rivals the bowl you enjoy at your favorite restaurants. It's a weekend affair, but well worth the effort.
A couple of cans of fire-roasted green chilis add smoky depth of flavor to this comforting chili.
The secret to deeply flavored French onion soup is time — you want to slowly cook down and caramelize the onions. This step-by-step recipe guides you through making the absolutely best version.
For restaurant-style miso soup, use red miso made from soybeans. Or try branching out with white miso, which is milder and sweeter, or yellow miso, which has an earthy flavor.
Since this recipe calls for a whole pound of dried black beans, it makes a whole lot of soup. That's more than OK, though, since it freezes exceptionally well.
This meatless version of pho can be mixed and matched to your liking — toss in tofu, mushrooms, bok choy, or all three.
This homey chicken soup is extra creamy, but there's not a drop of cream in sight. Instead, a few whisked eggs provide thickness and substance.