Homemade Soup Contest Favorites!

National Homemade Soup Day is here, and we are celebrating with the entries from our Homemade Soup Recipe Facebook Contest. We received a number of mouthwatering recipes, and dwindling down the list was certainly challenging. Thanks to all who participated…we’re off to enjoy some new soup recipes!

Check out our favorites below!

Tomato Soup from Douglas in Binghamton, NY

One can of undiluted condensed Tomato Soup.

One can of un-drained diced Tomatoes.

1/4 Tsp Dried Basil

Dash of hot sauce or more to taste.

Stir together while heating just to the point of boiling.

Enjoy.

 

Chicken Noodle Soup from Laura in Syracuse, NY

Fill 4 QT pot 2/3 of way with water. 

Add 4 chicken drumsticks and bring to boil. 

Skim fat as it appears until it is cooked out. 

Add 2 stalks of celery, a tomato that has been skinned, 2 potatoes, cubed, a small onion, baby carrots to taste and 2 tsp of salt. 

Cook an hour. 

Serve with soup pasta of choice.

 

Homemade Potato Soup from Kimberly in Taylor, NY

Take 1 lb bacon — slice into 1 inch pieces fry good and brown; put bacon in 5 qt kettle

Take 4 large white potatoes, peel and dice into 1/2 inch cubes put in pot

Take 6 to 8 1 inch boiling onions left whole — put in pot

Add a tablespoon of left over bacon grease

Fill pot 2/3s full with water

Add salt and pepper to taste

Boil until onions are fully cooked(approximately 45 minutes)

To finish add a tablespoon of butter, and 1 large can of evaporated milk to the soup.

To serve break up day old white bread place in your bowl and add soup, grab a spoon and Enjoy!

 

Very Easy Lentil Soup from Dawn in Poughkeepsie, NY

Sauté 1/2 minced onion and 1 clove garlic minced in olive oil

Add 8 oz tomato sauce and 8 oz chicken broth

1/4 tsp. Salt

1/8 tsp. Pepper

1/2 tsp. Oregano

Add one can Progresso Lentil soup

Heat through

Spoon into bowls add cooked rice or cooked ditalini pasta

 

Pepper Soup from Cinzia in Winsted, CT

3 bell peppers of any color (or mixed colors), diced

1 large onion, diced

2 tablespoons olive oil

8 cups water

1 cup vegetable or beef broth

1 large can (28 oz.) crushed tomatoes

Salt and ground black pepper to taste

Optional: Cayenne pepper to taste

In a large soup pot, sauté peppers and onions in oil. Add water, broth, and crushed tomatoes. Add seasonings. Bring to a boil and reduce heat. Cover and simmer for 1 hour.  Serves 4.

Optional: Serve topped with shredded cheddar cheese.

 

Beef Cabbage Soup from George in Binghamton, NY

3/4  ground beef (can use left over steak,or burger)

1 diced large onion,

2-3 cups diced cabbage

2-3 diced fresh carrot

2-3 minced garlic

If beef is uncooked sauté in large pot ,when pink is gone , pour off most of grease, add the vegetables and sauté for 5 minutes (can skip but adds some flavor)

Add remaining

1 box beef broth

1 can 280z diced tomatoes

1-2 tbs Worcestershire sauce

Bring to boil and let simmer until veggies tender.

Enjoy over cold noodles or rice (helps cool it down)

Mia Teal

E-Commerce Marketing Department

The aroma of freshly baked bread is enough to make anyone stop and smile. At Price Chopper and Market 32, our bread is made fresh daily right in our bakery! We specifically want to highlight our Italian bread today. There are so many different ways to pair Italian bread with your meal, as well as ways to enhance the bread itself. Looking for ways to change up your next meal? Well, look below!

What meals pair well with Italian bread?

  1. Spaghetti & meatballs, pork, or sausage 
  2. Soup
  3. Salad
  4. Eggs & bacon

Ideas to enhance Italian bread:

  1. Butter – We carry a variety of butter including salted, unsalted, whipped, garlic, olive oil & sea salt, and plant-based options.
  2. Bruschetta – Includes garlic, salt, olive oil, chopped tomatoes, chopped onions and anything else you choose!
  3. Olive Oil
  4. Garlic/Garlic Salt

Chicken & Roasted Beet Harvest Salad: This meal has the perfect balance of meat, vegetables, and cheese. What is missing? Italian bread, of course! Add some PICS salted butter on top of the bread to complete this meal! 

Tomato Bisque With Grilled Cheese Heart Croutons: Here we have a classic favorite. All bowls of soup need a side of bread, of course. Dip your Italian bread in the tomato soup and your heart will be smiling!

Slow Cooker Spaghetti with Italian Sausage: No spaghetti meal is complete without the side salad or bread. Try this meal with Italian garlic bread at your next family dinner!

Open-Faced Breakfast Sandwich: Any bread can work for this sandwich, but try using Italian bread with some PICS Sweet Cream Salted Whipped Butter. You will not be disappointed!

Check out this video of a Caprese-Prosciutto Grilled Cheese sandwich that will leave your mouth watering!

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Shakin' Up Some Soup Ideas!

Mia Teal

E-Commerce Marketing Department

The entire month of January is National Soup Month, and there is no better way to warm up on a cold winter night than with a hot bowl of your favorite soup. At Price Chopper and Market 32, we have a ton of soup options including hot soup in our deli, canned soup in our soup aisle, and all the ingredients to make it homemade. The great thing about making homemade soup is that you can completely customize it to your liking, and there is no right or wrong way. There are many vegan and vegetarian soup recipes as well. Be sure to check out our Price Chopper Website, our Price Chopper Ready Website and YouTube Channel for recipes and tutorials!

Instant Pot® Tortellini & Vegetable Soup: This warm and filling soup is loaded with a variety of vegetables. While it is free of meat, you can always add in chicken or beef if you choose. 

Chicken, Spinach, & Quinoa Soup: We have heard of soup with noodles and rice, but what about quinoa?  Be sure to check out our variety of quinoa that is located in the aisle with the rice and beans.

Thai Coconut Shrimp Soup: Bring a little bit of summer in your home on a cold January day! Sprinkle on fresh cilantro or jalapeño pepper for garnish.

White Cheddar & Ale Soup: Love a cheesy, creamy  soup? Then this is the recipe for you! Be sure to stop by the bakery section and pair with your favorite bread.

Happy National Soup Month!

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Written by Jane Golub Director In-Store Marketing Programs December 31, 2017

IDAHOAN STEAKHOUSE POTATO SOUP

Idahoan Steakhouse Potato Soups use a convenient, just add water formulation using proprietary Steakhouse technology for a rich textured soup.  The 5 minute prep time Idahoan Steakhouse potato soupcompares to 15 – 25 minutes of other brands. Idahoan Steakhouse Potato Soups contain no MSG, PHOs or Artificial Flavors – in addition to being Gluten Free.   They are made with Premium ingredients, including Baby Reds Potatoes. Family friendly with Four (4) Servings per Pouch. Look for Idahoan Steakhouse Potato Soup in the Condensed Soup and Ready-To-Serve Soup Section of the Soup aisle. We’re excited to announce some delicious new products that Campbell’s has released in our stores this fall.  Some creations are completely brand new; others are a twist on your favorite Campbell’s recipes.  Make sure to check out our Facebook page starting this week for exclusive coupons on these tasty soups! Campbell’s® Gourmet Bisque soup – A dazzling departure from the ordinary Creating a captivating meal at home just got easier thanks to Campbell’s Bisques.  Now you can complement dinner and entertain guests with a sensational starter or side dish.  Turn any dinner into a multi-course meal.  Try all FOUR exciting flavors…Bisque Tomato Roasted Garlic Bacon, Bisque Butternut Squash, Bisque Sweet Potato Tomatillo, Bisque Thai Tomato Coconut. Campbell’s® Chunky™ soup – It Fills You Up Right® Campbell’s® Chunky™ is a great way to feed your family a hearty dinner.  Just pour your favorite Chunky™, such as Sirloin Burger with Country Vegetables, over dishes like instant mashed potatoes, and in four minutes for around four bucks, dinner is served.  Try all THREE new flavors…Chipotle Chicken & Corn Chowder, Jammin Jerk Chicken with Rice & Beans and Kickin’ Buffalo-style Chicken. Campbell’s® Slow Kettle™ style soupsDiscover the Slow Kettle® difference Campbell’s® Slow Kettle® Style soups are crafted by our chefs with high quality ingredients combined in creative ways, then patiently simmered to perfection for an indulgent taste experience.  Slow Kettle will delight your senses like no other soup.  Try both new flavors…Kickin’ Crab & Sweet Corn Chowder and Roasted Chicken & Chardonnay. We’re excited to announce some delicious new products that Campbell’s has released in our stores this fall.  Some creations are completely brand new; others are a twist on your favorite Campbell’s recipes.  Make sure to check out our Facebook page starting this week for exclusive coupons on these tasty soups! Campbell’s® Gourmet Bisque soup – A dazzling departure from the ordinary Creating a captivating meal at home just got easier thanks to Campbell’s Bisques.  Now you can complement dinner and entertain guests with a sensational starter or side dish.  Turn any dinner into a multi-course meal.  Try all FOUR exciting flavors…Bisque Tomato Roasted Garlic Bacon, Bisque Butternut Squash, Bisque Sweet Potato Tomatillo, Bisque Thai Tomato Coconut. Campbell’s® Chunky™ soup – It Fills You Up Right® Campbell’s® Chunky™ is a great way to feed your family a hearty dinner.  Just pour your favorite Chunky™, such as Sirloin Burger with Country Vegetables, over dishes like instant mashed potatoes, and in four minutes for around four bucks, dinner is served.  Try all THREE new flavors…Chipotle Chicken & Corn Chowder, Jammin Jerk Chicken with Rice & Beans and Kickin’ Buffalo-style Chicken. Campbell’s® Slow Kettle™ style soupsDiscover the Slow Kettle® difference Campbell’s® Slow Kettle® Style soups are crafted by our chefs with high quality ingredients combined in creative ways, then patiently simmered to perfection for an indulgent taste experience.  Slow Kettle will delight your senses like no other soup.  Try both new flavors…Kickin’ Crab & Sweet Corn Chowder and Roasted Chicken & Chardonnay.