PORTUGUESE SAUSAGE KALE POTATO SOUP

Portuguese Caldo Verde recipe

As hard as it is to let go of summer, I'm already getting excited about fall recipes.  In fact, as you can see, I couldn't wait.  This Portuguese sausage kale potato soup embodies much of what I love about this cooking season: a tasty, steamy, smoky, comforting dinner in one pot. And speaking of the pot, beautiful blue Dutch Oven from Lodge, like the one that you see in the photo above, will be given away to one of Panning The Globe's visitors.  I'll tell you more about how to enter the giveaway after I share more with you about this delicious, authentic Portuguese soup. Portuguese Caldo Verde In Portugal the most popular meat is pork and the best-loved soup is sausage kale potato soup, also know as Caldo Verde. It's often served at weddings and other special occasions. Caldo Verde originated in the Minho region of northern portugal.  You might be familiar with the delicious sparkling wine called Vinho Verde, which hails from that same region.

Stemming Kale

Kale and potatoes are abundant in this recipe.  I love to use the darker, more delicate lacinato kale.  First remove the thick center ribs.  Then stack and roll the leaves and slice them into thin slivers. kale for Caldo Verde After the potatoes cook in the broth, half of them are mashed, which makes the soup thick and creamy.  The other half remain in bite-sized chunks, adding great texture to the dish.

Sliced russet potatoes

One of the key ingredients of Caldo Verde is Linguica sausage.  It's a smoked pork sausage, flavored with garlic and sweet paprika.  If you can't find Linguica, you can substitute another smoked sausage, such as Chourico or even Spanish Chorizo.

Chopping sausage for Portuguese sausage soup

I like to slice one sausage into rounds for a tasty garnish.  The rest of the sausages are chopped to give the soup a thickness and ensure that you get some delicious sausage in every bite.

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Caldo Verde Recipe

 If you want to stick with tradition, serve the soup with brown bread or corn bread to dip.
Portuguese sausage kale potato soup
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Recipe type: Soup
Cuisine: Portuguese
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Serves: 5-7
 
A hearty, comforting, one-pot dinner
Ingredients
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil, for sautéing
  • 1½ pounds fully-cooked, smoked Linguica sausage - slice one fourth of the sausage into thin rounds - the rest into ¼-inch dice (Chorizo or Chourico are good substitutes if you can't find Linguica)
  • 2 cups finely chopped yellow onion (2 medium onions)
  • 2 tablespoons minced garlic (5-6 cloves)
  • 4 cups low salt chicken broth (I recommend Swanson's)
  • 3 cups water
  • 2½ pounds russet potatoes, peeled, sliced into quarters lengthwise, then cut crosswise into 1-inch chunks.
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1 bunch kale, washed, thick center ribs removed, and slivered (I prefer the dark green dinosaur kale but any kale is fine)
Instructions
  1. Heat 1 tablespoon olive oil in a large Dutch oven or heavy pot over medium heat. Sauté the sausage rounds for 1 minute or two, until they are nicely browned. Transfer to a small plate and set aside. Add diced sausage to the pot and cook, stirring, for about 3 minutes, until they start to brown a bit. Transfer to small bowl and set aside.
  2. Add 1 tablespoon olive oil to the pot, along with the chopped garlic and onions. Sauté over medium-low heat for 4-5 minutes until onions soften and start to get transparent. (Don't let them brown)
  3. Add broth, water, potatoes and salt to the pot. Bring to a boil. Lower heat to a steady simmer and cook for 15 minutes, until the potatoes are tender. Using a potato masher, mash half the potatoes right in the pot, so you have a creamy broth with some chunks of potato remaining.
  4. Add the cooked chopped sausage and the slivered kale. Cook for 3-4 minutes, until the kale wilts and the soup is heated through.
  5. Ladle soup into bowls and top each with a few rounds of cooked sausage. Enjoy!

 

Now for the exciting GIVEAWAY!  The prize is a beautiful Lodge 6-quart enameled cast iron Dutch oven in Caribbean blue.  If you’re not familiar with Lodge Cast Iron, they are a family owned and operated business that has been producing high quality cast iron cookware since 1896. I am a huge fan of cast iron cookware and I’ve been using Lodge products for decades.  You might have noticed that Panning The Globe’s trademark is a cast iron skillet with wings.

 

Dutch Oven giveaway on Panning The Globe

The folks at Lodge have generously donated a beautiful 6-quart Dutch oven for this giveaway. It’s the perfect pot for soups, stews, roasts and braises and I’m happy to be able to extend this offer just as we head into soup and stew season. So here’s how to enter:  it’s easy – just fill out the form below and leave a comment about your favorite soup or stew at the end of this post.

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219 Responses to “PORTUGUESE SAUSAGE KALE POTATO SOUP”

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  1. Barbara Joseph says:

    Hey Lisa,
    You are not going to believe this. I’m going to start a dinner group of a new friend and said we should have kale as our theme. I have this amazing kale salad and just said now I need to find a great kale soup! You just did all the work for me. Thank you! I’ll let you know how it goes…

  2. Marian Dioguardi says:

    Two words: Osso Buco!

  3. Meryl says:

    Can’t wait to make this Kale Soup!!! It’s my Mom’s favorite and this recipe looks delicious!!!

  4. tcmary says:

    Beyond a doubt my fav soup is a mushroom-beef barley soup.

  5. Margaret says:

    Can’t wait for a cool day to make this. Wish I had this recipe when my Italian exchange student was here last year!

  6. Ellen Sheehy says:

    Can’t wait to try this recipe…looks fabulous.

    carrot ginger is my favorite soup!

  7. charj says:

    Tomato soup is my favorite.

  8. Susan says:

    Yum…Broccoli soup is my favorite.

  9. valerie reich says:

    This soup looks fantastic; can’t wait until our weather turns a bit cooler to enjoy it! My favs would have to be a refreshing and garlicky gazpacho with a base of bloody mix and a mulligatawny, bright yellow, speckled with poppy seeds and loaded with chicken…yum!

  10. valerie reich says:

    ooops, make that a base of BLOODY MARY MIX!

  11. That soup looks amazing! I think my favorite soup is beef and vegetable from scratch – whatever you have goes in it! I also love Lodge product, and I would be so excited if I won!

  12. So glad I got the timing right, Barbara! Can you share your amazing kale salad recipe?

  13. Susan says:

    I love any kind of soup! Can’t wait to try this.

  14. katieCHI says:

    Yum looks fantastic

  15. katieCHI says:

    Oops, it says I need to list a favorite soup/stew. Definitely ham hock soup with a bunch of carrots.

  16. Cathy Bradford says:

    Chicken Noodle

  17. Kely says:

    That soup looks awesome. Yum.

  18. Brad Hurd says:

    I’m going to make this soon!

  19. emily willingham says:

    my favorite soup/stew is plain ol’ chili con carne – homemade, of course, served with cornbread

  20. Kaye Newman says:

    I love chicken noodle soup. There is nothing like the classics.

  21. Connie says:

    Cheese and ale soup, with bacon! (Everything’s better with bacon)

  22. charles brooks says:

    yep, anything with potato is my kind of soup!

  23. Phil Sevetson says:

    This sounds like it would taste lovely… but I’m still partial to beef stew or chicken noodle for a cold day in the Northeast.

  24. Iain Abernathy says:

    I’ve been enjoying a Mexican chicken soup lately; it’s basically tortilla soup without the tortillas. I will definitely be trying this soon, though. I’ve never cooked with kale.

  25. Sarah says:

    I’ve made Tex-Mex Tortilla Soup in an enamel Lodge Dutch oven! It was fantastic, and I love using my Lodge Dutch oven!!! Everything cooks so beautifully in cast iron!

  26. aubrey says:

    Last night I made a great chowder with potatoes, corn, broccoli and bacon. It made for super leftovers, too!

  27. Tanya says:

    I have a bunch of kale in my fridge. This soup looks fantastic!

  28. Tatoosh says:

    I love a slow cooked beef stew the best, full of rich flavors, with potatoes and carrots. I use a bit of paprika, but I really prefer the Hungarian version. Just something special about the flavor.

    The stew above looks fantastic. And I am learning to make my own sausages. So it seems like a great one to try.

  29. Debbie Lind says:

    I Just love chicken noodle soup. My Mom taught me how to make it. I would love to win a new Lodge piece.

  30. Shawn says:

    Big fan of salty chicken,corn and mushroom here!

  31. amber says:

    Love to make chili!

  32. Belinda says:

    I love vegetable beef soup with either rice or noodles added. (Made a big pot of it yesterday.)

  33. Looks delish and easy. Just printed the recipe. Thank you!

  34. Cary Bradley says:

    This is my new favorite! I’m growing both dino and Portuguese Tronchuda kale in the garden right now! I LOVE your recipe. I’ve been meaning to try Calo Verde soup for years and I love how you mash half the potaotes for density, and also chop most of the chorizo for a bite in every spoonful. Excellent ideas!!! Thanks so for sharing!

  35. Eric says:

    My favorite is very similar to this, only with white beans and sweet potato instead of the russet potatoes.

  36. Joseph Varano says:

    So many awesome recipes I’d love to try!

  37. Christy says:

    My favorite soup is kale and sausage type soups, thank you!

  38. Eugenie says:

    I love mushroom barley soup.

  39. Alan says:

    I love a good tortilla soup and I’m sure it would taste better in this Dutch oven.

  40. Sherry R says:

    The soup looks delicious! I will be trying it…and probably will cook it more than once.
    Thank you for the opportunity to win the Dutch oven.

  41. Heather says:

    That soup looks yummy even though its 100*+ degrees where I am :) There are so many yummy soups to choose from, but Spicy Chicken Tortilla Soup :)

  42. Joy Meetis says:

    I love making chicken and wild rice soup. I make big batches that I freeze and I have it all winter!

  43. Pam H says:

    Homemade chicken noodle is my fav :)

  44. Maxwell says:

    That soup looks delicious. I will definitely be trying it in the near future!

  45. Susie says:

    Anything tastes better from a Dutch oven! i especially like my Dutch oven minestrone, coq au vin, and chile verde!

  46. Diana Bockheim says:

    bean soup would be great in this pot!

  47. Nicole says:

    Sweet dutch oven!

  48. Joe Disch says:

    Favorite soup? Bone broth!

  49. John Dahlgren says:

    Soup looks wonderful. I love sausage.

  50. Sherry says:

    We love soups with a good bit of substance, like minestrone, chili, and chicken tortilla soup. We will definitely try the sausage-kale-potato.

  51. Jennifer says:

    I love KALE! And I would love to have a Dutch oven – I don’t even own one.

  52. Ronda says:

    Our favorite soups are bean or potato soups, usually with the addition of ham or sausage. This sausage potato and kale recipe sounds like something we’ll like also – can’t wait to try it!

  53. Amy Dillon says:

    What a delicious fall soup. I cannot wait to try this recipe.

  54. Samantha says:

    This is definitely going on my “to-be-made-soon” list. I can’t wait to try it out on my picky-eater husband. I’m sure he’ll love it!

  55. Wy says:

    Love a good potato soup.

  56. Darcy says:

    Looks delicious! I’ve made a mushroom soup in the past that was fantastic!

  57. Samantha says:

    French Onion Soup, modified to exclude the crouton for my dietary needs, is my favorite soup.

  58. Linda says:

    Your soup looks delicious. I have another Kale and sausage meatball soup that I love. But I definitely an going to make this one. One can never have enough great recipes using Kale.

  59. Mary says:

    My favorite soup is a bacon lentil packed with great root vegetables and lots of flavor!

  60. Scott H says:

    Creamy sweet potato soup!

  61. Julie Reynolds says:

    My favorite soup is cream of carrots soup, followed closely by lentil soup.

  62. Jeremy Wildeman says:

    Looks good, I would have to make it more Paleo friendly though by passing on the potatoes and adding some extra protein maybe.

  63. Diana Cote says:

    My favorite soup is spicy sausage and lentil soup, next to that is a Colombian beef soup with yuca, potato, beef and lots of cilantro… its amazing! My favorite stew is my own, i add a lot to it… even fruit in there. it’s really good, it’s rich and hearty and filling and it has a tomato-y base that i love. :) my hubby who is picky about veggies loves it. :D

  64. Lisa says:

    Love Caldo Verde! I make a vegan version of this great soup throughout the fall and winter.

    And I love cooking with cast iron so much, I have a tattoo of a cast iron skillet on my forearm! :)

  65. David Bell says:

    Beef stew with lots of veggies

  66. David Bell says:

    Texas style chilli

  67. Andrea says:

    I love Beef Stew in the middle of Winter.

  68. Gabrielle says:

    Mmmmm! This looks perfect for making beef stew with carrots and onions. I’ll actually be ordering my first piece of cast iron in a day or so (a skillet) from Lodge! It’d be awesome to add this piece to my growing cookware collection! :D

  69. Stephanie W says:

    My favorite soup is Zuppa Tuscana from Olive Garden and I make a mock recipe of at home. This looks recipe looks extremely similar minus the heavy cream! Look forward to trying it soon.

  70. Elizabeth says:

    I love veggie loaded minestrone!

  71. Michele says:

    Potato soup is my families favorite!

  72. Alex says:

    I like a good ham and potato soup now and then.

  73. William S. says:

    I love soup from all over the world. But if I had to pick, it would be my grandmother’s Borscht around Christmastime. Nothing really special about it, just great memories.

  74. Cheryl says:

    someone is reading my mind…been looking for this recipe..

  75. Kristen M says:

    My favorite is potato soup but I love kale and sausage. I will be bookmarking this recipe to make soon.

  76. Peggy D. says:

    Pozole…

  77. sara says:

    I love a good posole!

  78. Bev M says:

    2 favorites…. Beef Stew and Broccoli Cheddar Soup …. and now I think when I make this soup, Portuguese sausage kale potato soup may make it to the top of the list… sounds yummy… I might even add some sweet potatoes to it….. yum

  79. Rory H. says:

    Lentil soup on a cold rainy day!

  80. Kim says:

    I love soup and it’s hard to pick a favorite. Probably from scratch chicken soup followed by golden cauliflower soup.

  81. Peggy D. says:

    Pozole!

  82. Peggy D. says:

    Haha sorry, didn’t mean to re-post — and now I have to make the stuff! I’ll be looking for kale to make Caldo Verde, though, it sounds amazing!!

  83. greenhills says:

    my favorite is pumpkin soup!

  84. Ellie Carlisle says:

    Tomato Basil soup is my favorite soup. This looks pretty good though.

  85. Sue says:

    My favorite soup is the turkey noodle soup my mother makes after Thanksgiving. It uses the turkey bones, some of the dressing, the meat and, of course, noodles.

  86. Gary says:

    My favorite is a stew my wife created..it is Italian sausage, rice and okra. YUMMMMM

  87. My favorite soup is called Italian tortellini soup. It is easy to make and is so flavorful! My entire family loves it and the leftovers are even better!

  88. Sarah says:

    My favorite soup is a white bean soup with rosemary oil. Can’t wait to mail it this winter!

  89. Nikki says:

    I love my grandmother’s super simple potato soup – it’s mostly just water, potatoes, onions, water, and a little flour, salt, and pepper…but somehow, it cheers me up every time. :)

  90. Annette says:

    My favorite soup is Tuscan Vegetable Soup by Ellie Krieger (I double the beans, though). Just delicious.

  91. Kristen says:

    My favorite soup is New England style clam chowder. I could eat it every day.

  92. Gina Marquis says:

    I always love new soup ideas… YUM! As the weather gets cooler my favorite to bake in a dutch oven is N.E. Baked Beans. I know it is not soup but being from New England it is the Saturday night thing to do. I always have great luck using a cast iron pot in my gas oven. The delicious smell of molasses and bacon baking into the beans is so amazing!

  93. Suzanne says:

    This looks like a perfect dish for my family! A healthy & tasty combination of vegetables & meat. I’ll try it!

  94. Renee says:

    I cannot wait to try this soup. I love to cook, and I use Lodge cast iron 99% of the time in all my cooking. Every little morsel of food tastes so much better when cooked in cast iron.

  95. Beverly says:

    Over the past year I’ve gotten back into cooking with cast iron, and the difference in HOW I cook is amazing! I didn’t always like stews or soups, until lately…NOW making soups and stews in raw or enameled cast iron has retired my slow cooker! I especially like making beef stew with yummy fresh carrots, celery, onion and potato. Nothing like that smell in the house from it cooking for hours in the oven! And clean up is a snap with cast iron. NOPE I will never again cook stew or soups (or anything!) in anything else!

  96. Barbara says:

    My son-in-law has been eating a lot of kale recently for health reasons, and the rest of the family is joining him. Will definitely fix this recipe! Thank you for posting it. I am also a Lodge lover!

  97. Ella Belle says:

    This soup looks super delish! I’d love to make it because I’m trying to get kale into our diet. Unfortunately, we are very limited for any sort of sausages where I live. We do have a locally made & smoked beef & pork sausage that is pretty tasty, but it is not spicy at all. Any idea of how I could use it & still get the soup to come out tasting close to what you have made? Like, what sort of herbs or spices are in Linguica, Chorizo or Chourico that I could add? Thank you for any suggestions!

  98. Robert says:

    My favorite stew I have ever had was a lamb stew I ate a a now closed Egyptian restaurant in Astoria, NY on Steinway St. I never new the name, as it was only written in Arabic, but I walked by it all the time and the smells that came out when the doors were open were wonderful. There are still many great Middle Eastern / North African restaurants there (Mombar is a GREAT example), but I’ve never tasted anything like this since.

  99. Karen T says:

    Yum I love soup of any kind and this one looks fantastic!

  100. Johnathan Daniels says:

    Venison chili! Only by blending chili peppers such as ancho and guerilla and a little bit of molasses.

  101. Hazel Mahon says:

    Sounds like a delicious soup – I’d love to win, and try it out:)

  102. anne harris says:

    there are quite a few soups I really enjoy. one is a beefy vegetable soup, preferably homemade, of course, with a thick slice of crusty bread.

  103. Maggie says:

    There’s nothing like (Homemade) Clam Chowder! Dad’s licensed, go dig up some quahogs, bring home & rinse, make the base using milk rather than cream, it’s killer.

  104. doug clay says:

    chili can never be a bad choice

  105. Kristyan says:

    That soup looks marvelous!! It will definitely be on the menu this fall.

  106. mary b says:

    My favorite soup right now is cheesy potato soup found the recipe on pinterest, also rachel rays stoup :)

  107. Margaret Grote says:

    Favorite soup to eat is a nice thick potato soup but to make is whatever we have left over all thrown in some homemade chicken stock!

  108. Linguica is a smoked sausage, flavored with garlic and paprika. I bet the soup would be delicious if you sauté your local smoked pork sausage in some garlic and sprinkle it with a teaspoon of sweet or smoked paprika. Lisa

  109. debbie says:

    Recently went back to cooking with Lodge cast iron. Not looking back.

  110. Kandace Huston says:

    Vegetable loaded with lots of Vegetables

  111. Hannah C. says:

    I love making Spicy Red Lentil Soup! Low cal and sooo flavorful!

  112. Katy says:

    Love this!

  113. Charlene says:

    I can’t wait to make this soup. It looks so yummy.

  114. Calliope says:

    I have one of these already and LOVE it, and this soup looks so yummy!

  115. Joan Richards says:

    This recipe looks amazing, and I am a HUGE Lodge Cast Iron fan!

  116. Heather Renee says:

    I adore bean and bacon soup, but when I’m sick nothing beats homemade chicken and rice. :) Very kind of you to host a giveaway!

  117. Ellen Sedberry says:

    I would love to make that delicious soup in that beautiful pot!

  118. Becky Hansen says:

    I like avgolemono soup but I love sausage potato soup. I think I’ll make your recipe this weekend. YUM!

  119. N.L. Curry says:

    Venison chili is my favorite, and I always use my Lodge dutch oven.

  120. Ashley says:

    This soup looks so comforting and delicious, looking forward to trying the recipe!

  121. Brad says:

    New England Clam Chowder

  122. Catherine Hodge Sith says:

    Lisa, I grew up in Fresno, CA and my God parents were Portuguese which meant that I eventually met oodles of Portuguese families. I love Portuguese soups and stews. I spent my first entire in summer in Europe in 1971 and then returned for another summer in 1972. I loved Portugal and their food there. Like Basque food, it is completely unique from Spanish, Italian and French food, but is so memorable, flavorful and hearty. I love this soup recipe which is a little different from my Godmothers as she always had beans in hers. We eat a lot of kale the last 2 or 3 years and since it is a super food, I am always looking for new ways to serve it. Thanks so much! I also love my cast iron skillet, but would totally love to win their beautiful kettle.

  123. Barb says:

    Can’t wait to make the Portuguese sausage kale potato soup!

  124. Eddie Hagler says:

    I like a nice beef and potato soup. Beef is a good source of nutrition and calories and potatoes are a good source of starch both protein and starch are needed in a diet.

  125. Kelly S. says:

    What a fantastic recipe! I love that it’s a traditional dish, and I will have to try it! One of my favorite soups is Potato Leek!

  126. Mary says:

    Love west African peanut stew

  127. Cheryl says:

    I can hardly wait to try this soup. It sounds delicious! And I would love to win a Lodge pot. It’s gorgeous and practical!

  128. Regina Holland says:

    I love a good gumbo, and nothing makes a roux better than my Lodge Cast iron. I’ve had it for more than 30 years now and it gets better every year.

  129. Jennipurr says:

    We planted kale in our garden for the first time, so this recipe comes at the perfect time for us, too! It looks delicious! We have a lot of favorite soups, including potato soup and classic minestrone…which has tons of veggies and takes forever to make. I make a HUGE pot of it and freeze it, as it gets better with “age.” I LOVE Lodge, so I am really excited about your contest! Thank you! :)

  130. Nancy Leigh says:

    I can’t wait to try this soup recipe; it sounds delicious!
    My favorite soup is any kind of soup that is full of flavors. :)

  131. Stephanie Cutright says:

    I love to fix my chili or a pot of great northern beans with ham in cast iron. This pot would look soooo good sitting on my stove!

  132. Hollis says:

    I love making tomato rosemary soup!

  133. Edna Lorenzo says:

    I love anything with Kale, so tasty and healthy.

  134. Teresa Melton says:

    My favorite soup is split pea. I make what I think is a big pot so I can freeze some and then usually just eat the whole thing. But stew, well now you have my mouth watering. I will have to buy some beef and veggies tomorrow. It always tastes better the second day.

  135. BonnieBG says:

    My favorite is my mom’s Potato/Onion soup with homemade spaetzle.

  136. Nicole D. says:

    I Portuguese ancestry; never did get any recipes. This one I will have to try!!

  137. Cynthia Koller says:

    I have a ton of kale in my garden and we have grown tired of kale salad. The weather here will be cool this weekend. This soup would be great!

  138. Dana Cain says:

    Looks good.

  139. Jill L says:

    I love Chicken Tortilla Soup

  140. Hannah A says:

    I would have to say my favorite is brocolli sundried tomoto soup. It is delicious! Although, I do love Kale so I will def give this one a try! Thanks!

  141. Michelle H. says:

    My family loves my homemade chicken soup and turkey mole soup.

  142. Claudia says:

    My favorite comfort soup is one my Mom made often: marrow bones, veggies and manischewitz bean soup mix. Straight from the 1950′s-60′s jewish kitchen :) I instantly regress to age 12 when I eat it!

    The Kale soup sound delicious, and perfect for a fall day. I will make it soon!

  143. Katt Lewis says:

    My favorite soup is my creamy potato and corn.

  144. Adrienne gordon says:

    clam chowder

  145. Mya Murphy says:

    I’m going to be honest, the soup you have posted looked gross and almost made me sick. My favorite soup is chicken noodle. I love the classics.

  146. Kathy says:

    That soup in that Dutch Oven sounds like my kind of heaven!!!!!!!!! And, beef stew would really “shine” simmered all day long in that pan!!! Sheesh, I’m making myself hungry! LOL

  147. M. Sun says:

    My very favorite soup was my mother’s beef heart stew. As kids we always called it bee fart stew – but that was what we always asked her to make when given a choice. Unfortunately, she never wrote the recipe down and has passed away. It will always live in my heart and on my taste buds.
    I really can’t wait to try this soup this fall as we are still really warm where I live but I am thinking about it because I have just discovered KALE. Love, love, love kale! It will be the first soup I make. I can already taste it.
    As an aside – I also am really happy that I found your website. I already have made a couple of the recipes found here and those Thai coconut bbq ribs I now make at least a couple of times a month!

  148. christina givens says:

    my family loves ham and white bean soup

  149. christina givens says:

    Ham and white bean soup

  150. Linda Peavy says:

    My favorite is chicken gnocchi

  151. Margaret Smith says:

    My favorite soup is veggie soup

  152. Lysa says:

    Our family favorite soup is currently a cheesy potato soup.

  153. Starr Greenwell says:

    This recipe looks wonderful:) My favorite is a bean soup with chicken and vegetables.

  154. Jane Thomas says:

    I LOVE Tomato Basil soup, I am like a lot of people I make plenty so I can freeze it.

  155. Stephanie V. says:

    broccoli cheese and chicken noodle our my family’s faves!

  156. Shannon Baas says:

    I love either potato soup or chili.

  157. angie says:

    My favorite is potato soup.

  158. Liz B says:

    Gumbo is definitely my favorite soup, if it’s considered a soup that is!

  159. Ann Fantom says:

    I like chicken corn chowder

  160. Heather M says:

    Love making a minestrone.
    I have this same oven in red and LOVE it!!! Would love to win another one.

  161. Emily Morelli says:

    My favorite soup is sweet potato-apple bisque.

  162. Lorena Keech says:

    My favorite soup is Mexican chicken soup. It will cure the common cold and is yummy to boot!

  163. Renee G says:

    My favorite soup is minestrone.

  164. Jenny M. says:

    My favorite is chili, either my recipe or my sister’s.

  165. Cynthia C says:

    My favorites are Wedding Soup and Minestrone.

  166. Tari Lawson says:

    I really like chicken corn chowder.

  167. deana c says:

    My favorite soup is lobster bisque!

  168. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    I love beef stew and chili! I also think the hamburger stew/soup my sister makes is delicious! Thanks for the giveaway.

  169. Monique Rizzo says:

    I love baked potato soup.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

  170. Linda Lansford says:

    fave stew is beef stew

  171. kathy says:

    My favorite is homemade chicken noodle

  172. Wilma Pugh says:

    I Love my fav soup. Its Chili soup!

  173. Carolyn G says:

    My family is from Costa Rica and we make a soup called Olla de Carne: Pot of beef. It is filled with meat and veggies. It is amazing.

  174. Sheila says:

    Lisa, this looks like another great recipe. My favorite stew is a simple beef stew with lots of carrots, onions, celery, tomatoes, and potatoes.

  175. Paul M. says:

    I’m a big fan of Chili and Chicken Noodle but I’m dying to try this recipe!

  176. nickie says:

    I like beef stew, with fresh everything.

  177. Tracy L Davis says:

    Tomato soup

  178. Deb K says:

    I love any kind of soups,and this one looks so good!

    My favorite is a homemade vegetable soup!

  179. Rebecca Graham says:

    I like chicken noodle soup.

  180. Penny Snyder says:

    Love taco soup!~

  181. debbie says:

    My favorite is potato, leek and ham soup.

  182. Sarah Hirsch says:

    my favorite soup is cream of tomato

  183. Tara says:

    I love homemade vegetable soup!

  184. Christina Sparks says:

    My mom makes the best Potato soup, it’s my favorite.

  185. Danielle says:

    I love to make chili. It is my favorite winter dish

  186. Margot C says:

    I’m from New Orleans so I love to make a Louisiana Gumbo

  187. I love my husband’s potato soup and his chicken and dumplings. Both would be awesome in this pot.

  188. Ian says:

    You can never go wrong with a big bowl of New Mexican white chili!

  189. Jennifer H. says:

    I made chili today and my husband said it was the best he has ever had!

  190. Danielle D says:

    vegetable soup

  191. Jody Sisson says:

    My favorite is Beef Stew.

  192. Stephanie Larison says:

    I’m not very adventurous, lol I like chicken noodle.

  193. joseph gersch says:

    i like cheese soup

  194. Theresa D says:

    I love homemade Chicken soup

  195. Janna says:

    So many comments on this thread already!
    I like cream soups or anything with sausage. Your post looks delicious!

  196. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    I love thick rich beef stew
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  197. Gloria Schulte says:

    My favorite is broccoli cheese soup

  198. Jennifer Reed says:

    My favorite soup is baked potato corn chowder.

  199. Erica C. says:

    I like blended vegetable soup.

  200. Ellie W says:

    Spicy chicken stew is my favorite. I make it often in the winter.

  201. Nicole Millheim says:

    I make a stew with sausage, green beans and potatoes that is so good. I really like the recipe you listed above. I am printing it to try it this week. ty …i know my family is going to love it

  202. Katie Roch says:

    My favorite stew is Vegetarian Stew with Quinoa, Butternut Squash & Coconut Milk. It’s a perfect dish to make in fall when the butternut squash is in season and you need a healthy dish to warm you up.

  203. Laura Unger says:

    Beef stew is my favorite!

  204. Deb S says:

    My favorite soup is vegetable soup with fresh vegetables from the garden.

  205. Tammy says:

    Portuguese on my maternal side andmy Mom always made kale soup! I’ve never made it myself but since she has passed and I see this recipe I have to make it. Thanks for sharing! And blue is my color too!!

  206. Christine says:

    Tomato soup

  207. Tanya White says:

    I just had chili tonight for dinner, I love chili.

  208. Vikki Billings says:

    I love beef veggie soup!

  209. Bill says:

    Awesome recipe have saved it in my normal dinner rotation

  210. Geoff K says:

    I love good hearty minestrone or Irish stew!

  211. Jennifer says:

    I love homemade cream of broccoli

  212. Breanne says:

    Loaded baked potato soup

  213. Sand says:

    I love lentil soup!

  214. Kayte CookWatts says:

    I love any tomato soup, beer/cheddar, lentil. or chicken tortilla.

  215. Brian E. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway… Guinness beef stew !

  216. M K says:

    This soup was delicious!!! I added most of a 15 oz can of dark red kidney beans at the end. A keeper for sure.

  217. betty williamson says:

    this was a surprising delicious soup!

  218. Tania Pereira says:

    Not very authentic looking.

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