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Celebrating Soup Month: Five Flavorful Favorite Recipes from the UGIES Team

Jaclyn Tino
Posted by Jaclyn Tino on Jan 23, 2024 7:00:00 AM
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Soup Month

January is the perfect time to warm up your kitchen and satisfy your appetite with a variety of soups.

We asked a few of our colleagues for their go-to winter soups. Check out the top-five list below, which are sure to satisfy your cravings—all simmered delicious with the control of natural gas.

From the classic comfort of Chicken Tortilla to the hearty goodness of White Chicken Chili, have fun trying and modifying these yummy recipes this winter.

  1. Chicken Tortilla Soup

Chicken Tortilla

Everyone loves the timeless appeal of Chicken Tortilla Soup. Packed with tender chicken, vibrant vegetables, and a hint of spice, this soup is a comforting blend that never fails to please. Top it off with crispy tortilla strips, avocado slices, and a sprinkle of cheese for an extra touch of indulgence. Suggested recipe:

  1. White Chicken Chili

White Chicken Chilli

For those who prefer a creamy and savory option, white chicken chili is a must. This hearty soup combines succulent chicken, white beans, and flavorful spices, creating a bowl of warmth that will leave you feeling satisfied. Garnish with cilantro, lime, and a dollop of sour cream to elevate the flavors. Suggested recipe:

  1. White Bean and Sausage Soup

White Bean and Sausage

Take your taste buds on a flavorful journey with White Bean and Sausage Soup. The combination of creamy white beans, savory sausage, and aromatic herbs results in a rich and robust soup. Serve with crusty bread to soak up every delectable drop. Suggested recipe:

  1. Portuguese Kale Soup

Portuguese Kale Soup

Packed with kale, potatoes, chorizo, and other savory ingredients, this soup is a celebration of Portuguese culinary traditions. The robust and earthy flavors make it a standout choice for a cozy winter evening. Suggested recipe:

  1. Classic Tomato Soup (with Grilled Cheese!)


No soup roundup is complete without the quintessential Classic Tomato Soup, perfectly paired with a gooey Grilled Cheese sandwich. This timeless combination is a comfort food classic that never goes out of style. The velvety tomato soup and the crispy, cheesy goodness of the sandwich create a match made in culinary heaven. Suggested recipe:

Simmering Safely this Soup Month

And as you enjoy time in the kitchen perfecting these recipes, remember to always prioritize safe cooking. A few reminders when it comes to cooking with natural gas:

  1.  Ensure proper ventilation in your kitchen. Use exhaust fans and open windows to promote air circulation.
  2.  Regularly inspect gas lines/connections for any signs of leaks, such as a hissing sound or a rotten egg-like odor. If you suspect a leak, leave the area and call your natural gas utility or 911.
  3.  Ensure that appliances are securely connected and in good condition. Any damaged or faulty equipment should be repaired or replaced promptly.
  4.  Adhere to manufacturers’ guidelines for all gas appliances and cooking equipment. This includes proper installation, usage, and maintenance.
  5.  Turn off gas appliances when not in use and never leave unattended.

Enjoy savoring the countless flavors of Soup Month. Happy cooking!

Tags: natural gas, recipe, healthy living, Cooking, soup month, January

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