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    For those of you who cook curries, this will appeal as it is so simple and quick. Made with left over curry sauce and lentils. Serve with crusty bread or buttered toast for a tasty dish, hot or cold.

    Recipe #334790

    4 Reviews |  By Mme M

    This soup warms you to your core! Use a thick grained white bread, nothing too fluffy. A variation of this soup is to cook a bowl full of sorrel with the garlic, and proceed with the rest of the directions. (BTW - this soup is also used to prevent hangovers!)

    Recipe #232811

    This is a recipe my sister gave me to help build up my DD's immunity, and not get sick so often. Here's what she said about the ingredients: "Basically the miso, the seaweed and the shitakes are DEEP immune builders, the ginger, the cayenne, the scallions help remove excess heat from the body and get circulation going." The ingredients can be increased or decreased to your preference. This is just what I did.

    Recipe #363192

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    From the *Best Ever Chicken* Cookbook edited by Linda Fraser -- Per the intro, "This is a very quick & easy soup, made in minutes. If you use frozen shrimp, defrost them b4 adding to the soup." *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #273267

    This is a recipe from allrecipes.com

    Recipe #225162

    I am a big fan of chickpeas and chorizo so this sounds like a good bet. I found this recipe in February 2008 copy of the British cookery magazine, Olive.

    Recipe #281367

    This recipe comes from a cookbook "Three Ancient Cuisines" by Jeff Smith, know as "The Frugal Gourmet." Beautiful in its simplicity!

    Recipe #281753

    This is a great warm weather soup! From Food TV, courtesy Sara's Secrets!

    Recipe #64170

    This soup is a favorite pantry meal for my family. Easy, easy, easy to make and nutritious. I got the recipe from the back of a soup can but have improvised this soup many times. Feel free to adjust seasonings as you like.

    Recipe #59796

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

    Recipe #172693

    4 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Shrimp Gumbo is a fast microwave soup that is quick and easy to prepare. We love it with a loaf of sourdough french bread. I made a few changes to the original recipe from Barbara Kafka's Microwave Gourmet Heathstyle Cookbook.

    Recipe #36990

    This is rich and creamy, and easy to make, too! Hope you enjoy! :)

    Recipe #234732

    1 Reviews |  By AngiC

    I just came back from Marrakesh and had to recreate the Harira I had in the Djemma El Fna market. I read about 20 recipes and used what I thought was the best of all of them, then used my tastebud memories for the rest. This is an extremely flexible recipe, and should be adjusted to suit your tastes. Don't be daunted, it is exceptionally easy! Harira is the soup that is traditionally used to break the fast each day during Ramadan. Note: the spice mix "ras el hanout" is a special blend of 15 - 35 spices created by each spice merchant to his own tastes. It is available to buy through various websites, or you might search the various ingredients and try making your own (I brought some home).

    Recipe #267280

    2 Reviews |  By Jen T

    I saw this being made on TV (AWW) and thought it looked really good. On the programme they said to serve with toasted slices of french bread which were topped with crumbled blue cheese and grilled. I didn't have any on hand so I topped mine with parmesan cheese. I also, the second time round added some chopped bacon and simmered for another 15mins after I had blended the soup. You could also top each bowl of soup with a spoon of cream for a special occasion.

    Recipe #236837

    One of my most favorite soups ever, but it's usually full of butter, heavy cream, and other not so good for you stuff. So, here's my attempt at making it less sinful.

    Recipe #195609

    Greek chicken soup revised for today's bizzy cooks! Yummy and comforting! Since you stir the eggs in it does not form 'drops' like egg drop soup. If you want 'drops' just do not stir.

    Recipe #135142

    12 Reviews |  By Anya

    You won't believe how easy and good it is. Try this and you may never be able to eat a shrimp soup in a Thai restaurant again. This is a blend of two recipes from a really good Thai cookbook, adapted to use easier-to-find ingredients (as recommended in the book, ginger instead of galangal, lime juice instead of lime leaves) and simplified a little. You can make it also with thinly sliced chicken breast instead of shrimp if you add the chicken about the time you add mushrooms and tomatoes and cook everything for a bit longer.

    Recipe #29351

    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

    7 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Original recipe that I thought tasted great, it is quite spicy so reduce or omit chilli flakes and/or pepper for a mild result. Can of course be scaled up easily.

    Recipe #187067

    5 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I found this recipe online in an article about a Philadelphia restaurant and tried it out at home. I wasn't overawed by it, but love the flavors, so I decided to play around with it a bit. By the third batch I had hit gold.

    Recipe #255400

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