Tag Archives: soup

February 17

A Can of Tomatoes Gets Dinner on the Table!

by Sharon Palmer, RDN, The Plant-Powered Dietitian We often hear that “fresh is best,” but did you know that canned options are not only convenient, but also offer similar health benefits as fresh fruits and vegetables? While there are hundreds of varieties of canned foods available, today I’d like to applaud canned tomatoes for their […]

January 15

Rustic Tomato Soup with Parmesan Croutons

by Miriam Rubin I first tasted this earthy soup at a little neighborhood restaurant in New York City and I recreated if for my own kitchen. The recipe is so easy, the soup has a pure tomato flavor, and the freshly made croutons provide body and crunch. As a plus, diced canned tomatoes and especially […]

September 08

Why Canned Tomatoes Should Be In Your Pantry + Lasagna Soup Recipe

by Jen Haugen, RDN, LD I love this recipe because it combines all the ingredients I love – tomatoes, pasta, pesto, cheese – into a filling soup that nourishes and warms the soul.  I could eat soup every day so it is natural for me to take a favorite main dish and try to turn it […]

June 17

Can Tomatoes Help Your Kid Eat More Veggies?

As school books are bought, back-to-school shopping is underway, and daily meal prep becomes crazier than ever—vegetables are easily forgotten.  They’re not always a child’s best friend. In fact, sometimes they may appear as a kid’s worst nightmare, especially if forced to eat their veggies before leaving the table. But, what if there was a […]

December 15

Chicken Tortilla Soup

by Jen Sader (Toledo Lefty) I used to work about an hour from my home, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I don’t miss the commute, but I do miss the soup that I used to get from Le Dog, a chain of hot dog and soup stands. This recipe isn’t quite a duplicate of its inspiration, […]

April 03

Weeknight Tortilla Soup

by Alexandra Caspero MA, RD, CLT As the name implies, this is a quick & easy meal that comes together in just 30 minutes. Perfect for busy weeknights, lazy weekends, or whenever you are craving a spicy soup rich with vegetables and beans. The secret is the use of fire-roasted tomatoes in the broth, a simple […]

March 29

Corn Tortilla Soup with Black Beans

  by Jessica Fishman Levinson, MS, RD, CDN This recipe is a makeover of the Sedona Tortilla Soup from California Pizza Kitchen, which I loved as a teen and had a cup of every time I went there. I use canned, boxed, crushed, diced tomatoes in a lot of my cooking, but this is one […]

February 02

A FOOD OBSESSION’S CREAMY TOMATO AND BASIL SOUP

by Peter Francis Battaglia I am one of the world’s biggest fans of canned tomatoes with always a full shelf of diced, whole, pureed, peeled, paste, cherry tomatoes..in my pantry at all times. I can’t cook without them. This soup is a more European/Mediterranean version of an American cream of tomato soup..the addition of fresh basil and […]

February 01

Super Basil Tomato Soup

by Jenna Braddock, MSH, RD, CSSD, LD/N I have loved tomato soup since as far as I can remember. I have good memories of grilled cheese and tomato soup growing up. Lately, there’s been many nights where either the rain, the cold, or just nostalgia prompt a hankering for tomato soup. Rarely do I keep a ready made […]

January 26

African Peanut Soup

by Jessica Penner, RD This dish warms my body and soul every time I make it. It’s the kind of recipe that makes a meal memorable for you, it’s that good.  When I eat it I’m always reminded of the first time I made it: recreating a soup my husband and I adored at a […]