Midwest Soup Challenge III Entries

Here we will share all of the excellent Soup Challenge entries with you – not only are they great recipes, but each one has personal meaning for the home cooks who are competing. Every recipe will be profiled and today we’re highlighting several entries from contestants in the Midwest. We hope you enjoy learning more about these soups and remember to head over to the website and VOTE every day for your favorite!


Not So Drunk Borracho Bean Soup
By: Barbara
Region: Midwest
Soup Group: Vegetarian

I am a big fan of Mexican food and usually order Borracho Bean soup with my dinner. Being that my favorite Mexican food restaurant is 800 miles from where I live, I have learned to make my own. I don’t always have beer on hand and found that it is no…
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By: Weston
Region: Midwest
Soup Group: Vegetarian

This recipes a nod to all of the amazing Taquería’s (taco stands) you find in the summer around Chicago. Being a Vegetarian, I would order a taco with beans instead of meat. There was always this burst of flavor that came with the taco…
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By: Suellen
Region: Midwest
Soup Group: Meat Protein

My husband and I lived overseas doing humanitarian aid work and were surrounded by local farmers and fishermen. With these, we only made and served what was available at the time. Since arriving back to the U.S. I have tried to create recipes that…
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Roasted Red Potato Soup
By: Michelle
Region: Midwest
Soup Group: Cream-Based
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By: Dianna
Region: Midwest
Soup Group: Meat Protein

Being a girl born & raised in the Midwest, there is nothing more satisfying that using veggies straight from my garden! My garden is the inspiration behind this soup! Just picked, ripe & juicy tomatoes are the base for this soup…
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By: Elizabeth
Region: Midwest
Soup Group: Cream-Based

This soup came to be on a very cold winter day. Warm and satisfying with lots of healthy ingredients, it is also surprisingly easy and inexpensive to make. The roasting step adds a lot of flavor without adding much time and this recipe can easily…
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By: Katherine
Region: Midwest
Soup Group: Meat Protein

This is a family recipe that my father taught me. Every year on the day after Thanksgiving he takes the leftovers and turns it into soup. I love this soup so much that I made it several times a year. It is hearty, healthy, and full of vegetables.
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By: Amy
Region: Midwest
Soup Group: Cream-Based

One of my dad’s favorite soups is broccoli and cheese, but the complaint has always been that any time he orders it when eating out it’s a cheese soup with a few pieces of broccoli thrown in. This soup makes Broccoli the star of the show, with…
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Sage And Squash Bisque With Ricotta Ravioli

By: Eugenia
Region: Midwest
Soup Group: Vegetarian

I fell in love with fresh squash ravioli in browned sage butter when my best friend served it to me one evening on a ‘girl’s night’. After that I’ve been exploring other ways of taking these wonderful flavors and finding unexpected ways to serve the…

 

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