Potatoes are one of the most accessible ingredients to us today. They are the perfect ingredient in so many dishes, even stand-alone in mashed potato recipes. But in soups, potatoes shine differently. They add to the soft consistency of soups and make the filler ingredient we all didn’t know we needed. Even so, they can shine, too. Sweet potatoes or regular, this vegetable fills you with fiber & benefits you can’t get elsewhere.
Just for you, I’ve compiled all of my favorite soup recipes that have potatoes in them! Whether they’re the main ingredient or not, you can rest assured knowing that potatoes can always have a place in your kitchen & recipes. There’s no growing bored of meals when so many fun ones exist here!
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Of course, I couldn’t resist with this Green Herb Soup with Sorrel! It is loaded with nutrients . Packing in those vitamins, reducing the risk of cancer and filling you up with fiber, this traditional Slavic soup is the ideal comfort food recipe without the dairy. If you’re lactose intolerant or stay away for dietary purposes, this potato soup brings in all of the comfort flavors without the compromise. Love dairy free soup? Here are a couple more to try!
This Gluten Free Beef Soup combines rice, potatoes, and a punch of protein in the beef to fill you up without an extreme calorie amount! This gluten-free soup keeps you going all day. Healthy and flavorful, you can’t go wrong with this simple and delicious soup.
A certain Italian restaurant may come to mind when you see this soup! You can make this delicious Zuppa Toscana Soup with Kale at home with the freshest of ingredients. In the soup, the potatoes are my favorite because of the way they are cut. Large slices of potato just grace the soup and float gently among the protein-packed sausage & bacon. Don’t forget that sprinkle of parmesan and pepper on top!
Meatball soup may be a new idea to you, but I absolutely adore this Hearty Turkey Meatball Barley Soup with Potato & Pickles. With every bite, you can taste the sour pickles with the filling and tasty potatoes & meatballs. I just love how easy soup is to make and how it fills you up so nicely! Pearl barley cooks quickly, making this soup one of the easiest to make.
This Classic Chicken Noodle Soup with Potatoes is the ultimate comfort family soup. Canned soup cannot compare to this filling & delicious homemade soup. With a perfect balance of chicken, noodles, potatoes, and carrots, this soup is super beneficial for your body and even packs in a couple extra veggies too, with celery and onion bringing in some strong nutrients. With soups being my favorite go-to meal, this Chicken Noodle Soup is one of those top recipes in the list of my favorite soups.
I can’t resist sharing this Simple and Classic Red Borscht! This traditional soup is perfect for the fall season when all you want is a bowl of coziness. Beets are a great way to add root vegetables to your diet. Taste the amazing flavors of a traditional Slavic soup in this simple homemade classic.
When my kids have a school break, I make this Split Pea Soup because they just love it so much. With toast to dip, this soup is devoured so quickly I make it over and over. Kids and peas aren’t usually best of friends, but this soup always does the trick. Filled with fiber and beta carotene, this cozy soup is the perfect lunch.
Simple and flavorful, this Easy and Light Chicken Meatball Soup is super low effort! It’s also a great way to get more simple protein into your diet. With only the best ingredients, this soup packs in the tasty flavors without complicating things. It’s one of the simplest soup recipes in my collection of recipes, which is why I like to make it so often!
I’d like to finish this list off with a classic Russian soup: Hearty Beef Soup Kharcho! With spices, succulent pieces of beef, and tasty potatoes, this soup has it all. Starting with a flavorful tomato base, this soup also has rice. This soup is juicy, perfectly spices, and is absolutely filling. It’s an all-in-one-bowl type of meal! There’s nothing else needed when you have this soup simmering on the stovetop.