In Italy, no good cook would even consider throwing away stale bread when it can be used to thicken an earthy and awesomely delicious soup like this one. Whole wheat, rye, sourdough, even white-all will do! Yum! Adapted from Moosewood Restaurant New Classics cookbook.
Anguilla is an Eastern Caribbean Island known as part of the West Indies Caribbean. 90 Percent of the Anguillan population is of African descent, descending from African slaves. The cuisine of Anguilla is comprised of original meals made from the bounty of the land with an emphasis on vegetables.Traditionally served cold with garnishes indicated; but, tastes just as great heated up with the garnishes!
From Sister Vegetarian.
Slowly caramelized onions with lots of garlic and a mushroom stock give this thick soup it depth of flavor. If you like, stir a few drops of toasted sesame oil into each bowl. Enjoy! Adapted from Moosewood Restaurant New Classics cookbook.
Nutty tasting barley and sweet celery root turn this soup into comfort food! To speed up cooking time, replace the pearl barley with quick-cooking barley, add it with the carrots and celery root and simmer the soup for about 20 minutes total. Adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine(2006).
Kelp and/or kombu make great soup stock! Their abundant minerals and natural "MSG" impart richness to soup usually associated with meat. Serve as an appetizer or use as stock. You can find kelp and kombu at your local health food store. Adapted from "Sea Vegetable Celebration" by Shep Erhart and Leslie Cerier.
This soup is really yummy and healthy too! This makes a main dish accompanied by tortillas, or crusty french bread and a nice salad!Caribbean, Cuban, Mexican and Spanish influences! It really is best if the beans are soaked overnight.And depending on your cooker, the soup might need to be cooked longer.
Just as you don’t need dairy cream to have a creamy soup, you don’t need dairy cheese to add a cheesy flavor to recipes. Almond butter adds extra richness to this flavorful soup from from Nut Butter Universe by Robin Robertson.
Verrines are layered foods in a small glass. Think of each one as it's own little compisition. Beautiful in it's simplicity! Garlic toast fingers are perfect for dipping into the soup to get the cheese on the bottom. A French recipe adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine May 2010.
A hearty and flavorful soup that is super easy! This is a classic recipe, except that cashew cream replaces the dairy! And instead of the traditional bacon, smoky chipotle pepper is added. Adapted from Chef Tal Ronnen's The Conscious Cook.