Our Best Bisques, Soups and Chowders
Stretch ingredients and dollars with a soup for supper.
A soup by any other name is still a soup—even when it's a bisque or a chowder. A bisque is, by definition, a thick but velvety soup made of puréed seafood, veggies and cream while a chowder is thick and chunky and may or may not include cream.
But at the end of the day it's all soup—dish that makes a lot of dinner for a little dough and pulls double duty as lunch the next day. Here's a sampling of recipes that will be filling our turreens this season.
A creamy chowder that showcases the mild flavor of scallops.
Carrots, pungent ginger, and sweet potato meld with creamy peanut butter for a satisfying soup.
Use the sharpest cheddar you can find in this zesty soup.
Rich and creamy, this soup is loaded with vegetables and garnished with bacon.
This rich creamy soup will warm up body and soul.
Healthful lentils cook quickly in a weeknight soup.