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10 New Chicken Soups

By • October 23, 2013 • 10 Comments

Let's face it: it's really hard to not like chicken noodle soup; it's really hard not to crave it when the tips of our noses start to get cold outside, when we're feeling tired and sniffly, when we're hunkering down for the winter months and want something brothy and chicken-y and good

You are going to eat a lot of chicken soup this winter -- so you should try a lot of them.

Because many cuisines, it seems, cannot resist the brothy pull of chicken soup -- and each has its own version. So whether your chicken soup is simple, or spicy, or lemony, or tomato-ey, try a new kind this season. And then try another. You have the rest of the cold months to work through a world of chicken soups; let's get started.

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Jewish Penicillin from Food52

 

Abuela's Sopa de Avena con Pollo (Grandma's Chicken and Oat Soup) by nycnomad

Chicken and oats from Food52

  

Thai Coconut Chicken Soup (Tom Kha Gai) by thaifoodie

Thai Coconut Chicekn Soup from Food52

 

 Mexican Chicken Noodle Soup by jessie schupack

Mexican soup from Food52

 

Turkey Pho by WinnieAb 

Turkey Pho from Food52

 

Green Chile, Chicken, Posole Soup by dymnyno 

Posole from Food52

 

Chicken "Stoup" by Merrill Stubbs 

CHICKEN stoup from Food52

 

Joan Nathan's Chosen Matzoh Ball Soup by Joan Nathan

Matzoh Ball Soup from Food52

 

Greek Lemon Soup -- Avgolemono by ChristineQ

Avogolemno from Food52

 

Tags: everyday cooking, chicken, soup, chicken soup

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4 months ago Debbie Elhatton

I love soup, no matter what colour.

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6 months ago Louis Tufano

I love soup also and I don't feel I care if there are nine six or 100 thanks for the reci[pes.

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9 months ago DanaYares

That's only nine...

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9 months ago karmaya

maybe this sill be #10: my version of middle eastern spicy chicken soup: 2-3 T oilive oil into large pot; saute chicken pieces, extra large chunks of potato & carrot, several whole peeled garlic cloves; add 1 T tumeric, 1 t cumin, salt, pepper to taste, and some chili (green fresh, sliced in half, seeded, or pure chili powder or dried chili flakes, your call) to taste; careful not to burn garlic. Add "soup greens) (parlsey, celery, parsnip, onion, etc) and water to cover all. Simmer gently for about an hour or until chicken is cooked and broth is tasty. Garnish with chopped cilantro.

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9 months ago karmaya

and please excuse my atrocious typos! :o)

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9 months ago pamela white

Yup, there are only nine; l_Fortuna is correct!

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9 months ago Joanne

I love soup anytime of the day!

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9 months ago I_Fortuna

Where is soup number 10? Did I miss it? I only counted 9. They all look great!

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9 months ago Shalini

Oh god these look so good in these damp, windy times!