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A recipe from Ina Garden that I took on the blog of Recipe Girl.

Recipe #447508

I found this recipe on Taste.com.au but I modified it a lot for our dinner tonight. The two of us greedy pigs ate it all, but more modest eaters could get 3 serves I reckon. The original recipe had more of the ingredients, but we are just two, so I am posting it for us to make again soon. We thought it was wonderful! It might look like a lot of ingredients, but I thought it was super easy to make. The nutritional data on my chicken stock said it was virtuallyt fat free as were the pad-thai noodles, but Food.com's data thinks differently!

Recipe #441009

1 Reviews |  By I'mPat

From a soup feature in our local paper.

Recipe #432697

ZWT6 - Asia

Recipe #425573

This soup is thick and rich! Filled with lots of sliced onions and dotted with sweet peas, it's visually appealing as well as delicious.

Recipe #424870

This is a bit different from the others sounds good and this has always been one of our favorite soups in Thailand. Fragrant, spicy and absolutely delicious Thai chicken soup. I've eaten a bit of Thai, and I think this comes very close. Add noodles if you like with the fresh coriander Posted for ZWT 2010 - Thanks Tea Jenny for the help while I can't get on the internet.

Recipe #424480

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 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

I like this lentil soup because it includes a couple of veggies too. The red lentils are specified in the recipe because they are smaller, rounder, and they do not have the seed coat of brown lentils. However, you can substitute brown lentils if necessary. I just love the spices in this! This is a long list of ingredients, but it involves very little effort. You should be able to have it on the table in an hour or so.

Recipe #420718

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

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

Recipe #409900

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

2 Reviews |  By krolek

Greek lentil soup

Recipe #382735

Posting this for cooler weather - simple, elegant & uses veggies we grow - can't beat that! Received via email from gourmet-recipes-from-around-the-world. Thanks Joe!

Recipe #374364

This is based on a recipe from David Rosengarten’s book, The Dean & Deluca Cookbook. He says, “This white, silky-smooth gazpacho is a traditional variation from Malaga in southern Spain. We’ve added a little sugar to create a wonderful sweet-and-sour backdrop for the classic grape garnish.” Cook time doesn’t include the several hours refrigeration time before serving. This is truly a delicious soup, yet beware the egg remains raw since the soup is not cooked, and please don't overdo the garlic since raw garlic can swing the flavor towards the acrid. Posted for ZWT5.

Recipe #371115

2 Reviews |  By NELady

From Foods with a Foriegn Flavor textbook, posted for ZWT5... Contributed by LeNora Hudson of Suphur, Oklahoma.

Recipe #371026

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

When DH and I moved to his home village, the first person I made friends with was the wife of that smart guy who helped us tile the cellar. He invited us to his birthday party and I didn't do anything but talk to his wife and eat this soup - I just couldn't stop eating, it was so good! We met weekly since then, but it took years until I finally got the recipe. Great to make ahead for a party.

Recipe #362787

So rich, your guests won't believe it's made with milk instead of cream. Use a blender not a food processor to puree the soup for an extra-smooth texture. Kids and adults alike will love this soup.

Recipe #357097

There are fish stews with potatoes and tomatoes in every country around the Mediterranean. This one is herby, aromatic and slightly peppery. To balance the flavours, start with just a little harissa or chili powder and add more later if you wish. Use any white fish such as hake, cod, haddock or turbot and serve with some toasted bread.

Recipe #355386

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