Soups and Stews
It’s getting cold in Largo, MD! This month the Truman Park Blog is helping you stay warm through the chill with five fall soup and stew recipes. We hope that these five hearty meals help you survive the cool fall and winter days.
This crockpot creamy chicken stew is as easy as can be. Add in the ingredients and then wait three to six hours for the results. While this recipe may take a while to make, the end result is well worth it.
Simply Recipes adds pumpkin seeds into this pork and poblano soup for an extra bit of texture. We recommend using them if you want this recipe to be especially suited for fall. If you need a hearty and flavorful stew, this is the recipe for you.
This Mexican Street Corn Soup uses a diverse blend of ingredients, corn, and cotija cheese for one of our favorite fall soups. You’ll love the creamy, dreamy texture of this soup. This is the perfect appetizer for any formal (or not-so-formal) dinner.
You’ll love the mix of spices in this healthy turkey chili. Chili powder, ground cumin, dried oregano, and cayenne pepper make for a perfect blend of flavors, and the other ingredients — kidney beans, sweet corn, bell pepper, and more — make for a meal that is truly delicious. Use the toppings recommended in the recipe or add in your own.
This creamy, cheesy soup is the definition of comfort food. The sauteed onions give the soup a unique flavor, and the sharp cheddar cheese will have you reaching for seconds. You’ll love having this soup for dinner on a cold fall or winter day.
Let us know what you think of these recipes in the comments. Thanks for reading!