This Dill Pickle Soup recipe has swept the nation! A tangy, delicious and over-the-top version of Dill Pickle Soup to be exact. This recipe will become a staple in your household.
Friends! This Dill Pickle Soup recipe has swept the nation. Thank you to all who have made, shared and loved this recipe. This Dill Pickle Soup is absolutely one of the best tasting soups you’ll come across. It does help if you are a pickle lover, but in case you’re not, this soup recipe might finally change your mind (it’s that good). This pickle soup recipe was even made on THE CHEW and the chefs loved it. I was utterly flabbergasted when I saw this soup being made on TV.
Oh my goodness, again, THIS. PICKLE. SOUP. I’m completely addicted. I just can’t stop eating it. It’s the perfect amount of sour and savory pickle flavor and the thickness of the soup is just right. I’m in love with it. And it’s the kind of love where you want to eat that thing for dinner and breakfast. I know you get me.
If you’ve been following here long enough, you’ll know I’m dill pickle obsessed anyway. Hopefully, by now, you’ve also tried my Dill Pickle Dip, the BEST Dill Pickle Sandwich, Dill Pickle Butter (you have to), and my Dill Pickle Popcorn. They are all so delicious you just might turn into a pickle-loving fiend if you make them all.
Polish Dill Pickle Soup
I’m not really sure where my adoration of dill pickles hails from. I grew up in a Polish home, where lots of traditional polish food was made. Pickles were a staple and a soup like dill pickle soup was not something out of the ordinary. I do know my Mom ate an entire jar of dill pickles one hot, August, night and proceeded to go into labor, with me. My Dad and I used to eat copious amounts of dill pickle sandwiches just because we loved them so much. He would have adored this soup. Don’t worry Dad I’ve eaten enough for both of us.
This is also a quick and easy meal, taking no longer than 30 minutes to make. Many have asked if they can make this dill pickle soup in a slow cooker, but it doesn’t really work, since you need to get it boiling. Plus, it’s ready so quickly, it’s already a time saver.
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I chopped my carrots and pickles with my small chopper. I know so many of you have one. But don’t worry, you can chop with a knife too. The chopper is just faster and you do want the carrots and pickles made a little finer than a regular dice.
For example, if you slice your carrots into coins, chop each coin into 6 pieces instead of the usual four.
Serve this dill pickle soup with my crusty bread to make it a complete meal. This soup is a very filling and hearty meal.
For more tasty and easy soups, check out all of my SOUP RECIPES. Also, this collection of 17 Comfort-Style Soups Your Family Will Love has some of my favorite meals all available in one collection of recipes.
If you still can’t get enough pickles, make sure to try the recipes available in this collection of 12 Mouth-Puckering Dill Pickle Recipes, they are all amazing. My Fried Pickles are also something every pickle lover should know how to make. These Antipasto and Cheddar-Pickle Skewers will come in handy for a last-minute entertaining idea. If you are looking to take your Sunday mornings to a whole new level, make sure to serve up this Dill Pickle Bacon Bloody Mary to all your pickle-loving friends.
Just for fun, have you ever imagined making a fruit-based salsa with grapes? This Grape, Corn and Black Bean Salsa is going to rock your world. And if you have ever been looking for the perfect, green, cocktail for St. Patrick’s Day, you might want to give these Glowing Geckos a try.
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Dill Pickle Soup Recipe
Dill Pickle Soup
This recipe has swept the nation! A tangy, delicious and over-the-top version of Dill Pickle Soup. It will become a staple in your household.
Servings: 8 people
*All pickle juice is not created equal. Some is saltier than others. Taste your soup after adding the pickle juice and final seasonings. It's possible you will not need any salt or would prefer more or less.
Dill Pickle Soup
Amount Per Serving
Calories 297 Calories from Fat 171
% Daily Value*
Saturated Fat 11.5g72%
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.1g
Vitamin A 725IU15%
Vitamin C 1.8mg2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.