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    I hope this will taste like the recipe from Campbell's Soup Company, but even BETTER. They don't make that soup any more and I really miss it. I'm planning to make this using fresh tomatoes this summer from my garden.

    Recipe #172038

    Recipe #232523

    From Martin Yan's Show "Yan Can Cook."

    Recipe #172693

    This is a wonderful quick and easy soup that has some wonderful flavours and smells delicious while cooking. It makes for a wonderful lunch or serve as a dinner with some bread or you could add noodles to make it more substantial. It sounds like a lot of ingredients but they all come together with ease and in all it only takes about 30-35 Min's to get on the table.

    Recipe #307070

    9 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Easy to make in the crock pot. Warm and hearty, with a light smokiness from the ham.

    Recipe #81650

    I found this at a vegetarian Middle eastern recipe site & it was different enough to submit for my own NA*ME cookbook.

    Recipe #185492

    Original recipe from England but have "tweeked" the ingredients a bit. Tasty old fashioned goodness. Great for lunch on a cold winter day or serve larger portion with crusty bread for supper. JC says it is stick to your ribs good! It is essential to use good quality split peas. This soup freezes very well.

    Recipe #351748

    Posted for ZWT. A recipe from NZ chef Alison Holst which we've made several times and loved. Kumera is the Maori word for sweet potato

    Recipe #371007

    An easy, velvety soup with complex delicious spice tastes, would make a wonderful start to a dinner party or a great lunch. Got this off the web ages ago and can't remember the name of the site. May need more lemon juice if the potatoes and carrots are really sweet so taste at the end, and I used more spices as I like a deeper flavour.

    Recipe #312286

    This is the most delicious Indian soup ever. I first tasted it when staying at the Tanoa Hotel in Nadi, Fiji, and have been hooked on it ever since. Extremely easy to prepare and will be enjoyed by anyone who loves Indian Cuisine. Can be made as hot or mild as you prefer simply by adjusting the chili powder.

    Recipe #334049

    The British have always been fond of highly spiced food, a taste which can be traced back in our cooking to medieval times and which can be seen today in our pungent commercially prepared sauces and mustards. This tasty curried broth belongs to the early nineteenth century and is part of the heritage of the British Raj. British people who spent years in India grew to love the local spicy food and brought back their favourite recipes which were adapted in the Victorian kitchen. "Pepper Water" was the nearest thing to soup in the cuisine of India, and indeed the word mulligatawny comes from the Tamil words molegoo (pepper) and tunes (water). It was originally a vegetarian 'sauce', but the British added meat and various other ingredients to create a variety of mulligatawnies, which were popular in India and Ceylon, but had an extremely bad press back home in England! A basic peppered water was flavoured with various other ingredients, then the soup would be served with side bowls of cooked rice, lime wedges, grated coconut, snippets of fried bacon, quartered hard-boiled eggs and sliced chillies. You helped yourself to what you wanted - a meal in itself. I serve mine with Raita and Chutney, and sometimes hard-boiled eggs, you can add whatever you like to the basic soup posted below. This recipe was taken from The Memsahib's Cookbook and has been adapted to personal taste.

    Recipe #257944

    This is a lovely, spicy soup, which is sure to warm you through on a chilly day. I luv its hot flavour, which does not overpower the zucchini. My sis and me came up with this recipe when I could only eat soup due to having my wisdom teeth pulled. I hope youll enjoy it as much as we did! Feel free to sub any other squash for the zucchini and adjust the spices to your liking.

    Recipe #388012

    An 8-hour soaking time is needed but if you enjoy something different this just may be it. Garlic and warm spices add so much to this substantial soup. From Ethnic Cuisine.

    Recipe #290722

    This tomato soup is nutritious, delicious, easy-to-make and ready in just over 30 minutes. Serve hot, room temp or even cold. Use vegetable stock to make it vegetarian/vegan. This has been adapted from a Julie Le Clerc recipe.

    Recipe #348969

    Adapted from the greedygourmet.com.If curry paste is not available use powder. Suitable for freezing.

    Recipe #409900

    19 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    My husband found this in one of our neighborhood papers and asked me if we could try it. All I can say is this was yummy, and has moved into the true conferred food corner of my hart.

    Recipe #354701

    1 Reviews |  By Tisme

    This is such a nice soup, a little different to the normal soups I serve, but lovely and filling and so warming on a cold night! Just the thing served with warm crusty rolls or bread! This is a recipe I found in the Herald Sun, so I have copied as written and made only a few changes...... but I did used canned corn, dried chilli and frozen peas, and used parsley instead of coriander.

    Recipe #422269

    2 Reviews |  By katew

    This is a low-kj classic from Good Taste magazine.I often drop in a handful of pasta in the last 10 minutes.

    Recipe #325278

    An easy and filling dish. The overall aroma is sweet from the allspice but each bite is a perfect blend of flavors. The original recipe was found on recipes4us.co.uk but I've altered it to suit my tastes. I have also made this soup using leftover, unseasoned rice and sometimes subbing chicken broth for some or all of the water. Thanks to Kumsie, I've deleted an unnecessary step from the directions to help clarify the use of the coriander (cilantro). :)

    Recipe #415475

    2 Reviews |  By Tisme

    Like soup? Want a winter warmer? Comfort food that is quick easy and filling? Love the taste of the good ole underated parsnip? If you answered yes to all 4 questions...... then this is the soup for you!

    Recipe #421349

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