Paula Deen has numerous soup recipes, including sweet potato and date, butter bean, chicken noodle, coconut, French onion and creamy cheddar. These recipes can be found for free on the Food Network website or on Paula Deen's personal website. Both provide user feedback on the recipes and note the degree of difficulty and prep time.
Fixing soups may seem daunting due to the large number of ingredients some call for, but many are simpler than they look and require letting things simmer in stages more than anything else. Deen's sweet potato and date soup has a daunting name, but few ingredients or steps are required to complete this wintertime soup.
Many of Paula Deen's recipes come from her restaurant, The Lady and Sons. One of the most popular recipes from there is her chicken noodle soup. The recipe has many ingredients and takes a while to fix but is one of the highest rated soups by Paula Deen on the Food Network site. The recipe includes non-traditional ingredients like mushrooms, Parmesan cheese, sherry and heavy cream which give the soup a thick and creamy texture that's great for cold winter days or whenever there's a need for something hardy and filling.