Philadelphia winters can be brutal. Between the snow, ice, and sub-zero temperatures, some days are best spent curled up on the sofa with a hot batch of something tasty. Here are some recipes perfect for those occasions (Hint: They’re all served in bowls).
Red Peas Soup by Jehan Can Cook (Shown Above). Add a little spice to a winter day. This Jamaican-style soup actually calls for kidney beans (aka “red peas”) and can be made vegetarian by skipping the pork. [Get Recipe]
Instant Pot Chicken and Rice Soup by I Am a Food Blog. Instead of the classic chicken noodle soup, try this Asian-infused substitute. The recipe calls for ginger, garlic, and soy sauce — a combination that will undoubtedly knock the wind out of any cold. [Get Recipe]
Chili by Immaculate Bites. Fend off a chilly day with a bowl of hearty chili. This recipe calls for both ground AND cubed beef. With so much protein, you may be ready to hibernate for the rest of the season. [Get Recipe]
Beef and Barley Stew by Chungah Rhee. Perhaps this most traditional in today’s round-up, Chungah’s stew uses classic flavors. The beef and barley are sure to fill hungry bellies. And you can freeze leftovers for the next cold snap. [Get Recipe]
Photography via Jehan Can Cook, I Am a Food Blog, Immaculate Bites, Chungah Rhee