My theme for recipes this month is Comfy Cozy January. With that in mind, I’m bringing you all sorts of recipes to warm up with. Muffins, soups, stews, cobblers, and more!
Of course, we are experiencing a whole new level of cold today in Alabama so I have soups and stews on my mind. Here are a few of my favorites!
A savory soup version of stuffed peppers, and it only has to simmer half an hour before it’s ready!
This chowder came about when I combined all of my favorite flavors in one pot 🙂
There is a secret ingredient in this stew that gives it a punch of flavor!
Some people call this Brunswick Stew. A lot of bbq joints in the south serve it during the cold winter months because two of the main ingredients are pulled pork and bbq sauce! You can easily substitute chicken for the pork, though.
I love potato soups of all kinds, but THIS is my favorite.
Spicy, Cheesy, Wonderful.
This soup is simple to make and absolutely delicious. It’s one of those comforting meals you can throw together in the time it takes to cook your rice using a store bought rotisserie chicken, or you can do it the long way and cook the chicken yourself. The ingredients are few, but they are enough to give it a wonderful flavor that will have ‘em coming back for more.
This is our family’s chicken stew recipe. We make it whenever we think about it, which is often. Because it is that good.
This is in my crock pot right now and when I finish this post, I’ma gonna go get me a bowl!
I have actually had folks complain that this soup was too simple. Then they try it. And they hush. The end.
If you’re hankering for an all around good tomato soup to go with some gooey grilled cheese sandwiches, this is it.
Ready in fifteen minutes and bursting with flavor!
This is part of my “Bags To Dishes” Series. Click here to learn more about those and see all of the recipes in the series so far.
I am not big on going out to eat but when I do, I usually want to go to Olive Garden just to get this soup! (The rest of the time, I want to go to Cracker Barrel). Pair it with Tuscan House Dressing from Kraft and some warm breadsticks (heat and eat from the freezer) and you’ve recreated my favorite “out to eat” meal!
“Only the pure in heart can make a good soup.”