As temperatures begin to drop and Boston faces another cold winter, you'll probably start craving dinners that warm your chilled bones but that require little preparation during your busy schedule.
That's why we've rounded up five great soup recipes that are simple to make but always filling and delicious. Give some of these recipes a try and let us know what you think. If you have other soup recipe recommendations, leave them in the comments below!
Beef Barley Vegetable Soup
With three pounds of beef chuck roast and some freshly chopped vegetables, you can use this recipe to create a hearty meal for the whole family. Just leave everything to roast for four to five hours, then follow the rest of the directions and serve with warm bread.
One-Pot Broccoli Cheddar Soup
This super simple recipe on Tasty will help you chop up fresh broccoli, saute butter and onion, then mix together all of the ingredients to create a cheesy soup masterpiece. Drizzle your creation over some hot baked potatoes, or eat it out of a bowl with crackers on the side.
Homemade Tortilla Soup
In the mood for a soup with a bit of a kick? This recipe from Food and Wine contains just the right amount of spicy and hearty. It takes less than an hour to prepare the ingredients and cook them. Enjoy the soup with tortilla chips on the side and plenty of shredded cheese on top.
Chicken Noodle Soup From Scratch
Stop eating Progresso from the can and boost your immune system with this protein-heavy, fresh chicken noodle soup. You'll have the whole thing prepared in five minutes, and the soup cooks in less than thirty, making it an easy option for weeknight dinners.
This recipe from the Food Network is a go-to soup for many people who crave a little warmth during the autumn and winter months. Load it up with everything from zucchini to kidney beans for a treat that's even better than the one they serve at Olive Garden.