Soup's On! Tune Into These Live Classes For Comforting Soup Ideas All Week Long
Comfort in a bowl is just a click away on the Food Network Kitchen app.
Though we hate to admit it, getting sick is an inevitability, especially during wintertime. While we can all agree that a steaming hot bowl of freshly made soup is the perfect remedy for combatting all your wheezes and sneezes, we know that finding a soup recipe that’s flavorful, filling and fever-soothing can be a struggle.
Thankfully, the brand-new Food Network Kitchen app is here to help! This week, chefs Vivian Chan, Dana Beninati and Jet Tila walk us through how to make a hearty soup that'll help comfort even someone with the worst cold.
Here are the live classes you don't want to miss this week.
Monday, February 3rd, 12:00 p.m. EST: Vivian Chan’s Meatball-Tortellini Soup (pictured above)
Spaghetti and meatball lovers won’t want to miss this beefy (see what we did there?) class from Viv’s Tips host, Vivian Chan. If you’re in the habit of holding on to leftover meatballs, be sure to check the freezer in preparation for this class — or follow along and make them from scratch. It’ll be just what the doctor ordered, either way!
Monday, February 3rd, 8:00 p.m. EST: Catherine McCord’s Slow-Cooker Beef Stew
Inspired by a beef stew from Catherine McCord’s very own childhood, this hearty slow-cooker dish is filled with potatoes, celery, carrots and tomatoes no watched-pot necessary. Talk about an easy weeknight meal!
Tuesday, February 4th, 5:00 p.m. EST: Dana Beninati's Udon with Tofu and Asian Greens
We have a sneaking suspicion that this recipe will be a hit with everyone who has a cold — and those who doesn’t. This dish is a great meatless and cholesterol-free option that's packed with greens for a nutritional punch. Plus, with a total cook time of just 17 minutes, you can grab a much-needed power nap before and after making it!
Wednesday, February 5th, 10:00 p.m. EST: Megan Mitchell’s Whole30 Creamy Turkey and Veggie Stew
Whether you’re following a Whole30 diet or not, a warm bowl full of this veggie-packed stew is sure to comfort you. Chef Megan Mitchell uses a combination of turmeric, cumin, cinnamon and curry powder to infuse the turkey in this dish layers of flavor that may clear up that lingering cold!
Friday, February 7th, 6:00 p.m EST: Jet Tila’s Miso Soup with Tofu and Seaweed
If you’re anything like us, you order miso from your favorite restaurant or take-out place whenever you can. One slurp of this homemade version from Jet Tila, though, and you may never go back. Made with tofu, seaweed and Japanese scallions, the only thing hard about it is stopping when you're full.