Carrot Soup

Using carrots in soup is a great way to add tons of vibrant color to your meal—plus, all that vitamin A. Many carrot soups are pureed, which makes for a filling meal without a lot of calories. Try recipes like this curried carrot and apple soup to capture the spirit of fall, or this Jamaican carrot soup when you’re craving some spice in your dinner. For more carrot soup ideas, check out Food & Wine’s guide.

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Curried Carrot and Apple Soup

This velvety soup has a wonderful balance of sweetness, spice and tang. The secret ingredient: gingersnap cookies. Slideshow: Best Vegetable Soups
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Cream of Carrot Soup with Ginger and Curry

Andrew Zimmern’s Kitchen Adventures Carrots and curry were born for each other and Michael Voltaggio’s cold carrot salad with Thai flavors at Ink., in Los Angeles, is so superbly crafted that I thought about it for days after trying it. At home I don’t do anything with liquid nitrogen or as many bells and whistles as Michael does in his restaurant, nor should you. That’s the joy of dining out, to see what great chefs can do. On the home front, I love taking that inspiration and creating dishes like this one. —Andrew Zimmern Slideshow: Warming Soups
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