Celebrate the Return of Soup Season with Four Wild Rice Soup Recipes

Posted: December 13, 2017

When winter weather sets in, we always welcome soup season to help keep us warm. One of the things we love most about soup is how versatile it can be, like cream-based or broth-based, meat-filled or vegetarian. Regardless of these factors, wild rice continues to be a trend among soup connoisseurs. Here are four great spins on wild rice soup—have fun testing these recipes all through soup season!

1. Antlers Wild Rice Soup

Although it says “antlers” in the name, no antlers are involved in this wonderful recipe. In fact, with a few adaptations, it would be a great option for vegetarians. The whipping cream adds even more flavor to the soup and is great for lunch or dinner during a cold day. It’s a simple recipe to make and only takes an hour from beginning to end.

2. Smoked Sausage, Butternut Squash, and Wild Rice Soup

This is one of our favorite squash and wild rice soups! It’s perfect for the cooler months and is very filling. Although the recipe shows a 2 hour and 40 minute cook time, it is well worth making this soup. If you don’t have that much time to cook it, don’t fret. Use Canoe’s Cooked Wild Rice and save yourself some cooking time. Regardless of whether you use uncooked or cooked wild rice, you’re sure to love the taste of this amazing soup.

3. Chicken Wild Rice Soup

This is the most common wild rice soup out there – for valid reasons. It’s an extraordinary soup! Since it’s so popular, there are many recipes out there. Need a good one to try? This recipe is courtesy of a woman from Minnesota, where Canoe Wild Rice is also based.

4. Wild Rice and Mushroom Soup

Last but not least is this wild rice and mushroom soup. There’s nothing like a delicious recipe with perfectly cooked mushrooms, and a cream-based broth. These flavors combine to create a heart-warming and filling soup. Once you’ve tried it, it will become a staple in your home.

Whether you try one or all, these delicious wild rice soups could become regular meals during the fall and winter months in your home—don’t be surprised if friends and family ask for these recipes!