Food in bowls is always the most comforting kind of food. Soup is one of those foods that I could happily eat all year, regardless of the season. Today, I’m sharing a dozen easy soup recipes for fall, including my easy lentil soup recipe.
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Hearty Fall Soups
This is the time of year that I consider the beginning of “soup season”. The weather is just starting to cool down and we are readying ourselves for crisp fall air and cozy weekends puttering around the house.
Easy Soup Recipes
Making soup from scratch isn’t as difficult as it might seem. It is actually really easy, once you get a few basics under your belt.
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Easy soup recipes are just that – they are soups that do not require hours of your time, nor do they require advanced skills. Soup is something that any level of cook can make successfully.
Most often, soup recipes are measured in cups. However, there are occasions when ingredients are measured by weight. For that, I always use a kitchen scale. Below is a link to the (newer) version of the scale I own and love.
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Easy soup recipes – basics
To make a pot of soup, you’ll need a few basics. Below is a list of a handful of basics that you’ll need to make and store your batches of soup.
- a large, heavy-bottomed pot – this is the pot I own. I use it for everything. It is a bit spendy, but well worth it. I promise.
- a large soup pot that is easier on the wallet – I also own this pot.
- a ladle – this one is great for portioning
- a wooden spoon for stirring – safe for non-stick pots
- a sharp chef’s knife for chopping vegetables
- containers for storing soup
Thanks for stopping by! If you made any of these recipes, drop me a line or give me a shout on instagram @pookspantry and let me know how it turned out! I love hearing from you 🙂