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    9 Reviews |  By Saguaro

    This is a delicious, healthy, colorful soup. From Fields Of Greens by Annie Somerville. Freshly toasted and ground spices really make a difference here.

    Recipe #143198

    This is my husband's all time favorite Thai soup - but up until now, I haven't been able to recreate it at home. I've played around with several versions to come up with this one. The authentic ingredients make a HUGE difference - although you can use substitutions, of course, it does affect the outcome. I have been able to find the galangal root (much preferred over ginger!!), the lemongrass, and the kaffir lime leaves at my local asian market. Yum yum yum, worth the extra shopping trip!

    Recipe #303281

    A good, spicy, filling soup. This is the only soup I can make that my family will accept as a meal - we love the Thai flavours of lime, coriander, fish sauce and coconut....mmm!

    Recipe #85803

    The flavor of the roasted red peppers really makes this recipe. This is a dish that everybody loves. Served with some warm, crusty bread there's nothing like it on a wintry day.

    Recipe #55304

    This is a new twist on the classic corn chowder. You could serve it with nan bread or garlic bread.

    Recipe #58734

    10 Reviews |  By Tish

    Comfort food. Garlic is good for you and tastes great. If you like french onion soup, this is a nice addition to your soup collection. A salad is good with this soup for a light meal.

    Recipe #8506

    The carrots and coriander really go well together in this recipe

    Recipe #14324

    4 Reviews |  By s'kat

    An easy, warming soup that IS comfort food!

    Recipe #16930

    Surprisingly light and incredibly delicious.

    Recipe #52543

    This is a wonderfully fragrant soup with a subtle mix of flavors. It's become a favorite of ours over the years. Originally from a Houston Chronicle food section recipe. Any type of lentils may be used, but the dark green French lentils retain their shape best during cooking. Recipe doubles well and freezes well, without the garnishes.

    Recipe #64962

    1 Reviews |  By tantza

    A cold, refreshing, interesting soup for the summer.

    Recipe #67703

    For such an easy soup to make, you're left with a flavorful addition to your meal....or make it a main course by serving with bread sticks and a salad. This is from the Naniboujou resort cookbook. Serves 6 to 8 as a side dish or 3-4 as a main course

    Recipe #69781

    This soup can be made with either yellow or green split peas. Ham can be added in the final step, if desired.

    Recipe #72716

    A wonderful lentil recipe and very, very easy to make. Lentils are one of my favourite pulses. I'm sure this soup will make them one of yours. Freezes beautifully to provide you with dinner later on down the line when time short and you want a meal on the table - fast!

    Recipe #72971

    The ultimate comfort food on a cold day!Although the recipe calls for a smoked ham hock, I prefer using a meaty bone from a spiral cut ham. This soup is much thicker on day 2 but if you prefer a thicker, more rustic soup, increase the amount of peas to 2 cups.Credit goes to Toronto chef Christine Cushing.

    Recipe #81467

    4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Has a mild spicing and a nice combination of vegetables. Great crockpot recipe!

    Recipe #82509

    2 Reviews |  By Katha

    Just tried this one busy week-end as we had a- lot going on. Turned out we did't have this till a few days later. I think it improved the flavor.

    Recipe #83266

    I use a very large stock pot . Adding all the ingredients before I start cooking. With the idea more is better. I will have it one night and then freeze it. It is just as good.

    Recipe #83773

    I found this in my Shape magazine. It is a great lowfat soup that helps on a cold day or as a flu zapper. It looks like a long list but it is quick to make.

    Recipe #85002

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