January Is National Soup Month | 40+ Recipes

January is National Soup Month! Soup is such a versatile meal and can be prepared as many ways as you can think of. You can eat it alone or with salad, bread, crackers or sandwiches for a heartier meal.

National Soup Month

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National Soup Month

Shown above (clockwise from top left)

1. Slow cooker black bean soup
2. Cannellini bean, carrot + kale soup
3. Golden lentil barley soup
4. Coconut chickpea sweet potato soup
5. Better for you zuppa toscana


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1. Creamy ham and bean soup
2. Creamy cauliflower soup
3. Easy black bean soup
4. Lemon chicken soup with orzo and kale

Soup Month

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1. Creamy curry meat soup
2. Tomato and orecchiette pasta soup
3. Roasted garlic + green peas soup
4. Parsnip and apple soup

My teen daughter and I tried making homemade soup and although it’s still a work in progress, it came out pretty good!

First we started by making stock. We buy organic whole chickens when they’re on sale and since they’re small, we wait until we have three of them. We’ll roast the chicken in the oven, pull the meat off, my husband breaks up the carcass and bones, we put it in a freezer bag and throw it in the freezer until we have three of them.

When we have three, we put the carcass and bones in a stock pot and cover it with cold water. We add carrots, celery, onions, parsley, salt and pepper. Bring it to a boil, reduce the heat and let it simmer, uncovered, for 4 – 4 1/2 hours.

My husband does a great job of cleaning the chicken and removing the fat before he cooks it that we don’t get much fat to the top, but if you do, skim it every so often. You can also wait until it’s been refrigerated and do it then.

When it’s done, remove the bones and strain it. Separate it into containers and let it cool. We freeze a few containers for future use.

We put the stock we’re using into a pot and add diced carrots and cup up red potatoes or cooked pasta (sometimes both!) Towards the end we add celery and the cooked shredded chicken.

It’s so much more healthier than the store bought stock and even more so since we use organic ingredients. Trust me when I say, I am no cook! If I can do this, anybody can!

Homemade soup

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20 Responses to “January Is National Soup Month | 40+ Recipes”

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  1. Michele says:

    In our house we love soup and have it every Thursday. I am always looking for new easy recipes and this post will really help me.. Thank you and happy soup!

  2. Dewayne Bradshaw says:

    This is great! I was looking for new soup recipes so we can change up from our regular soups! We want something new!

  3. luiza saddatova says:

    now these soups made me hungry and they all look very delicious
    i love cooking

  4. Anita Duvall says:

    Mushroom and Swiss and Loaded Potato. Wow. Gonna have to make several of these in the upcoming weeks to keep us warm and nourished! Thank you!

  5. Geri Sandoval says:

    Great post… love soup, the Turkey Chowder is one of my favorite.

  6. Sarah L says:

    I like a good hearty soup when it’s cold outside. Thanks for the recipes.

  7. Renea says:

    This looks yummy! I’ll definitely have to try it out. Thanks for sharing over at Manic Monday. Have a wonderful week!

  8. tanya says:

    Homemade stock is really the way to go. You can control the sodium and so much more. I love that you used organic chickens! Love soup month! Thanks for sharing at One Creative Weekend!

  9. Nice Article. It was really a great and useful info of Soups and OMG is it really so simple to make ?/

    I thought it would a big procedure to make soup in home.

    Im looking forward from you on how to make a NonVeg soup.

    Thank You

  10. Heidi says:

    I want some of your soup right now! It looks so yummy! Pinned. Iโ€™d love it if you visited and shared some of your great ideas at One Creative Weekend on OneCreativeMommy.com. The next party starts tonight at 8:00 PM MST. I hope you’ll be there!

  11. I love soup! I have some leftover that I am going to go heat up for lunch!
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  12. Rachel H says:

    Oh this looks soooo yummy! We’re actually making up our chicken soup tomorrow. Now I’m really excited! I don’t have a soup post, but I have been celebrating January for all its lesser known holidays. Its so much fun!
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  13. Sage says:

    I didn’t know this about Jan. I was just thinking I should post the recipe to the Butternut Squash Soup recipe I made tonight!
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  14. Amanda O. says:

    I had no idea January was National Soup Month…makes we want to make some Chicken Tortilla Soup!
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  15. Cheryl says:

    I think my favorite soup is a tomato ravioli soup. Oh, and all soup must come along with a biscuit or crackers – yum! ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. that looks deilicous and comforting on a nice cold day!

  17. Ian Dixon says:

    I’ll frequently get the last chicken off the carcass using this method although it is somewhat messy. Usually gives enough meat to make a Chicken stew though plus enough stock over to make a soup.
    I’ll often make something along the lines of this Chicken Noodle Soup but the stock can be used for anything that needs chicken stock.
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  18. Michelle says:

    I love making my own stock. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday. Please come back Sunday to vote.

  19. Jessica says:

    I love love love mashed potato soup and it’s a great way to get rid of those leftover mashed potatoes.

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