[Cover photo by kolibri.] My other soup cookbooks include Chow Down on Chowder , Dreamy Cream Soups , For Health and Healing , Meat-Free , Out of the Ocean, Into the Tureen , Slurping Round the World and Tomato Soup . . . Mm-mm, Good!
Everyone knows by now how much I hate Edith Gump but love her cooking. I only pretend to like her and take her phone calls so she will share her delicious recipes. This onion soup is ambrosia in a bowl.
A simple cauliflower soup with crispy bacon and accompanied with mustard cheese toasties. Economical and tasty! The recipe appeared in the 'GOOD FOOD' magazine in April 2000. I included this recipe into my England/Scotland/Ireland cookbook (for the Zaar World Tour) because it comes from an English source and makes use of English ingredients or ingredients that are easily available in England.
I created this recipe by taking ingredients from other split pea soup recipes and added a few of my own. My husband loves it, and my dad requests that I make him a batch for his birthday present. This soup also freezes well.
This creamy, chunky, cheesy, smoky, spicy soup will warm up anyone on a cold night! Total Comfort food! "Will soothe any soul"!
I used roasted garlic but fresh will be great too. Take note I used no salt because I found the ham did it job. You're welcome to season as you wish.
Tastes like the Yankee Pot Roast Soup at the Montanas restaurant chain (I'm in Canada) - thick, hearty and fragrant. I typically add more beef than the recipe calls for as I usually cut up a small roast. Tastes even better reheated. I freeze it in individual size containers to microwave for lunch at work. (Bring extra - your colleagues will want to try it!)
Really chilly day yesterday got me thinking about soup, so I threw this together when I got home from work. The steak seasoning is imperative to the taste. If you can't find it in your area there are several good recipes for a substitute on 'Zaar. Reviews have stated "too much noodles" so I have edited to use only 4 ounces.
I soaked some beans the other night to make a veggie chili, but then I found some bacon and spicy sausages (mine were German sausages similar to Kielbasa) in the freezer that needed using up, so I made up this soup instead. We enjoyed it so much that I thought I'd share. This is a very hearty and quite thick soup, which will fill you up and warm you through. Adjust the heat to your taste by reducing or increasing the amount of chili powder and chipotle. I used a 7-bean mix, but I'm sure any kind of bean mixture would work well. Eventhough the sausage is an optional ingredient, it really adds to the flavour of the soup. I followed one of the reviewers suggestions and added garlic the second time I made the soup and have since added it to the recipe as an optional ingredient, it was rather a good addition. Cooking times, include cooking the dried beans.
I made this lamb soup with on hand ingredients, so feel free to substitute your favourites. This is a fairly thick soup so if a thinner more broth type is desired just add less, or omit the gravy powder. Great hearty soup perfect for cold winter nights.
There is an old Ghanian proverb that goes,"Good soup draws the chair to it". This is one of those kinds of soup. Dry red wine and thyme add sophisticated flavor to this Kansas City steakhouse favorite. Serve it with warm golden wheat and cheddar loaves.
Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. Identifying a Canadian recipe, for an American, was difficult. Good thing I found at least one good one, on the internet. St. Ives makes a wonderful vegetarian substitute for Canadian Bacon. Lower in fat than the original (which I understand is still pretty low in fat). This is a diabetic recipe, from Taste of Home's Light and Tasty. Exchanges: 1 starch, 1 lean meat, 1 vegetable. I have not tried this yet, but I will. Butter granules are new to me; I might as well experiment.
Quick and flavorable, copied this from one of my moms magazines. Thumbs up recipe even for our picky 10 yr. old, his only complaint was he wanted a fork not a spoon packed in his lunchbox, or else he would have eaten it all!
I do not remember where I found this recipe, but it's been one that I've enjoyed for some years. This is rather spicy, and you may want to cut down on the peppers. I generally omit the ground pepper and use 2 tsp. of pepper sauce, but am posting the recipe as I originally wrote it down.
My best friend made this the other day and I just had to have the recipe. It's filling and soooo good! The recipe can easily be halved. This recipe comes from a German cookbook and a German packet of leek soup is enough for 3 cups of water. As far as I can tell from looking on the internet that's the same for Knorr leek soup in the US. If I am wrong please use enough of the soup mix to make 9 cups. If you add the optional ingredients you might want to reduce the amount of whole kernel corn, otherwise the soup becomes really thick. Where I live you can buy cans of whole kernel corn that have some kidney beans added, those work really well. Can easily be prepared ahead and reheated.
DO NOT BE FOOLED BY THE TITLE! Your kids, hubby, wifey, and everyone will eat it. I have made triple batches and could not keep it in the house. It's very smooth, and easily eaten by anyone with or without teeth. :) Fights have started over the leftovers.
Chicken soup is not only good for a cold, it may help prevent one! You can garnish with thin slices of ginger, garlic, lemon, or jalapeno pepper for extra immune support. This is from Delicious Living magazine. You can make the homemade stock or use chicken broth instead. Cook time does not include making stock.