Zucchini Soup Shooters with Parmesan Crackers

Zucchini Soup Shooters

December 6th 2012By Shifra Klein

Serve this soup in small glass cups to really make the green color pop. This is a simple, healthy and wonderful soup. The parmesan cracker adds a gourmet twist and extra crunch to the zucchini soup.


Zesty Tomato Soup

Zesty Tomato Soup

January 4th 2012By Joy of Kosher

Not your traditional tomato soup, this quick-cooking dish can be a side or light main meal


Whole Wheat Spinach Matzo Balls


Turkey Sausage and Lentil Soup

turkey sausage and lentil soup

June 24th 2011By Jamie Geller

This hearty soup is a meal in itself and has tons of flavor from the turkey sausage and dried spices. Lentils add a lovely texture and depth to the soup while spinach pumps up the health factor.


Three Bean Minestrone

Three Bean Minestrone

August 27th 2010By Joy of Kosher

Using three different type of beans, check out this minestrone soup recipe that you will love.


Sweet Potato Leek Soup

Sweet Potato Leek Soup

July 10th 2014By Jamie Geller

I love this sweet potato soup filled with the flavor of leeks, hearty and delish. Sweating is a cooking technique by which vegetables are cooked in a small amount of fat over low heat. The vegetables cook in their own juices and soften but do not brown.


Souped Up Split Pea Soup

Souped Up Split Pea Soup

August 16th 2010By Bonnie Taub Dix

The butternut squash in this 2 color pea soup adds creaminess, flavor and tons of nutrients.


Ratatouille Lentil Soup


June 15th 2010By Joy of Kosher

Easy and hearty vegetarian lentil soup that is enhanced with the flavor of olives. Try this with a small salad for a healthy filling meal.


Persimmon Soup

Persimmon soup

October 16th 2013By Shifra Klein

Persimmon soup is a sweet and savory warming dish you must try. Don't miss out on the garnish either, roasting the persimmons changes their flavor.


Passover Matzo Balls

matzo ball soup

March 12th 2013By Jamie Geller

My cousin Bracha gave me this recipe for light, fluffy and perfectly round matzo balls when I moved to Israel and asked her where to find matzo ball mix. I will NEVER go back to making Matzo Balls from a mix again.


Passover Creamy Cucumber Gazpacho

cucumber gaspacho

February 27th 2013By Jamie Geller

For a cool Passover recipe try this cucumber gazpacho. It gets a shot of creaminess from the whipped cream cheese.


Paprika And Cauliflower Soup

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March 7th 2011By admin

A creamy delicious soup without any use of dairy products. Check out the recipe here.


Non Gebrokst Potato Starch Matzo Balls


March 27th 2012By Joy of Kosher

From the Lubavitch Passover Cookbook


My Irish-Catholic Mom’s Fluffy Matzo Balls

matzo balls

April 29th 2012By bethanyshondark

This is the recipe my mom first used for her Jewish husband. She had never made matzo balls before, and used the Passover recipe section of Newsday from March, 1980 as a guide. Irish Catholic or not, her matzo balls are the best I've ever had, anywhere. For every Jewish holiday and every birthday, this is what I requested. I make this almost every single Shabbat during the winter with homemade, from scratch, chicken soup.


Mushroom Barley Soup

Mushroom Barley Soup

January 29th 2013By Shifra Klein

This is a great recipe for a traditional mushroom barley soup.The earthy taste of mushrooms simmered in stock with barley and vegetables is perfect served on a cold winter day. Using dried mushrooms and its soaking liquid brings a depth of flavor to the soup


Minestrone Soup

minestrone soup

July 31st 2014By Tamar Genger MA, RD

This soups is so quick and easy I love it anytime. The best part of this soup is cutting the broccoli and cauliflower really small, it is a little more work, but so worth it.


Matzo Balls

Seder Matzah Ball Soup

March 30th 2012By Joy of Kosher


Japanese-Style Beef and Noodle Soup

Japanese-Style Beef and Noodle Soup

July 20th 2011By Joy of Kosher

This hearty main-meal soup is flavorful, yet simple to prepare.


Homemade Fish Stock


February 28th 2013By Chef Laura Frankel

This recipe is for a classic French Fumet de Poisson, which is a fancy way of saying fish stock. If you are having problems with fish stock, this recipe will give you great results every time. The keys to a great Fish Fumet are a short cooking period, and not using too much water (then you will have a rich gelatinous stock). The short cooking time will give you a light, fresh tasting stock that is not fishy. Using the right amount of water will give you the gelatin-rich body that will stand up to any Gefilte Fish or poached fish dish like my favorite saffron poached halibut.


Herbed Matzo Ball Soup

Herbed Matzo Ball Soup

March 20th 2010By Joy of Kosher