Some online sources that have good soul food recipes are Saveur, EatingWell and Southern Living. The Saveur site has many popular soul food recipes, such as shrimp and grits, hush puppies, fried chicken and sweet potato casserole. This site offers over nine pages of different Southern and soul food recipes.
There also are recipes for a complete Southern Thanksgiving dinner. The different recipes for this dinner include a stuffed turkey, collard greens, cornbread and macaroni and cheese.
The EatingWell site contains healthy soul food recipes, such as oven-fried chicken on a stick, collard greens and black-eyed pea soup, bacon mashed potatoes and peach and blueberry cobblers. This site provides 33 soul food recipes that are still very flavorful but do not have high amounts of fat, salt or calories. These recipes are an alternative for people who like soul food but may need to restrict their fat or caloric intake.
At the Southern Living website, there are 101 comfort food recipes, many of which are for soul food. For example, there are recipes for gumbos, skillet cornbread, fried pork chops with gravy, collard greens, corn pudding, home-style butterbeans and green beans with crispy bacon. There are also many traditional soul food dessert recipes like pecan pie, carrot cake and caramel cake. Complete instructions to make these different recipes are provided on this site.