A firm favourite from the Chinese restaurant that you can make at home in minutes. This is the cheats version, so easy and tasty. This recipe uses crab sticks, not whole crab, and a few crab claws. Makes a great starter to your Chinese meal. If you don't have crab claws, a few peeled prawns also work well with this dish.
An older recipe from Sunset magazine. When I'm the only one home for supper, this is probably my favorite thing to make. It's a quick, soothing recipe, and I get to have leftovers for lunch the next day! Note: Zaar does not recognize "potstickers", but that's what I mean by stuffed wontons.
I love this soup! I used to buy the prepackaged seasoning for Egg Drop Soup at the grocery store until I found this recipe that is better and cheaper! Tastes just like what you would order at a restaurant and takes just minutes to prepare. I use chicken bouillon for the base most of the time and leave out the extra salt. Dried chives are good if you don't have fresh and any extras like thinnly sliced mushrooms or green onions are a great addition, but not necessary.
I came up with this recipe by combinding several stuffed pepper soups. When I made this I was craving stuffed peppers but could only eat soup. My future hubby ate this right up and said it tasted better then stuffed peppers.
One of Johnny's first creations, this is a great, easy, and budget friendly comfort food that can be made up in no time flat! Be sure and look for more wonderful JJ recipes from us. If it's got jalapenos, it's Johnny Jalapeno!
College... Those were the days. By the time I graduated, I was a world class chef when it came to giving Ramen noodles a flair and gourmet taste! Of several, there is one recipe that I still enjoy. Its amazing what masterpeices you can make with a few simple and cheap ingredients. This soup can be modified to fit your taste and is simple and cheap enough that you can experiment with any thing you please- just open your fridge and let your mind go wild!
Flavorful, filling, healthy and delicious, this is more colorful and interesting than basic beans and rice...kidneys, black beans, garbanzos, spices and a dollop of peanut butter make this dish awesome, and it's easy to make! Seems a bit thicker than a stew to me. Oh, and my toddler loves it!
The delicious Thai soup is based on a recipe from Cook’s Illustrated.
I’ve converted it to be Gluten-Free, with a couple of twists. Enjoy!
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This is comfort food at its finest. It’s a warm, simple and easy dish that can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It is also a great way to use up day old bread. The key to this soup is to have everything prepped before you start cooking because it comes together really fast.
You've had the big meal, you've had the traditional hot, turkey sandwiches and Mom's delicious turkey casserole, now you're down to the bones. Try this colorful soup variation to finish off the bird in style. You make the stock ahead so you can degrease it then make the soup the next day or freeze it to use at your convenience. Time to make does not include making the stock.
A quick and easy dinner that's tasty, economical and doesn't leave you with too many dishes to wash! An Asian Style Chicken Noodle Soup. Submitted for "Dining on a Dollar Contest" using contest ingredients - November 2008. Add the red pepper flakes as an option if you like a hotter style soup, or alternately use a small red chilli finely diced and add with the chopped onion.