A delicious chowder made from tender white fish, scallops, shrimp, a hint of bacon, white wine and cream, melded together in fragrant fish stock and garnished with fresh dill. Special enough to serve for company, or to give your family a real treat. You can substitute clams for scallops, if you wish, and if you prefer not to add wine, use 4 cups of fish stock instead of 3.
This is one of the simplest soups there is.
But it is so comforting.
I like that this one doesn't taste as thick and slimey.
Why order from a Chinese Restaurant when you can do it quicker and better at home?
I haven't tried this yet because it's been too hot for soup, and I haven't had enough garlic scapes at any one time to make it! It sounds yummy though. The recipe did not give cooking times, so I'll have to let you know once I make it.
A great way to use potato peelings. This recipe can be used to replace water in any soup recipe, or to use as broth when deglazing roast pan or fry pan to make gravy. You can also serve the stock as a soup. Discard potato peelings and serve with noodles or other cooked veggies and favorite seasonings. From The Popular Potato Best Recipes by Valwyn McMonigal. Yield is approximate. See Karen from Colorado's recipe #214220 for other great ideas from other vegetable trimmings including onion skins, meat bits, etc. Love these 'waste not want not' recipes.
Saving all the odds and ends in the freezer while doing your daily cooking will give you an endless supply of stocks to cook with. You will not waste even those parts of the vegetables or meat that you paid for (usually by the pound), and will never again need to buy canned stocks. This will save you money and allows you to control the contents of your stocks. All the vegetables I have listed in the ingredients list are just ideas of things to save in your bag. You do not need each and every one of them to make a stock. Everything is optional. When you peel carrots or anything else, wash them first. It is rather difficult to wash peelings. I do not recommend strong flavored herbs like cilantro or vegetables that could color your stock strangely like beets. Note: In order for the recipe to post, I had to include measurements, but you don't need measurements. Just use what you have saved in your bags using more or less of whatever is there.
I made this soup as a second course for a thanksgiving dinner. You may make it the day before, cover and refrigerate, then just heat before serving. I find this soup a bit mild so when I make it I use 1 tsp curry, 2 small hot peppers finely chopped and 1 tbsp of roasted garlic granules. I omit the cream all together Be sure to puree the soup well so it has a really smooth texture
I like potato skins so I figured, why not make a potato soup that incorporates the yummy skins!! This is what I came up with during a cold and lazy Sunday afternoon.
It stores well. I have not frozen it (I imagine it would work for OAMC), but I did refrigerate the leftovers and reheated it twice for lunch and it turned out great!
It's also low-fat if you eliminate the bacon :)
I got this recipe from the Weight Watchers site. I have not tried it yet, but it is one of my favorite soups so I had to save it to try soon. It is 5 points per serving. The serving size is 3/4 cup plus 3 T corn chips for 5 points so if you want more, double the recipe AND the points.
My parents grow a lot of vegetables. Although I live quite far away from them and neither of us has a car, I sometimes see my sister. Last time I saw her she gave me a savoy cabbage from my parents. Not being a big fan of cabbages, I was quite happy to find this Curried Cabbage Soup in the new edition of the Swiss cooking magazine called 'KOCHEN' (November 2005). I love spices and I enjoy nearly every dish with curry powder or paste in it. I used a recently bought Sri Lankan curry powder, which - as I found out - happens to be very very hot. The second time I prepared this soup I used half a tablespoon of the Sri Lankan and half a tablespoon of a mild curry powder. This soup makes a lovely starter or a nice meal.
Truly the best soup I ever tasted. It's quick and easy and always turns out great. It's an adaptation of a recipe from a James McNair cookbook I found years ago and have been making it ever since. As you probably already know, if you like cheese soup to be as smooth as possible use processed cheese like Velveeta. Adding 1 cup of milk makes a richer soup, but it could be omitted and would still taste great.
Creamy soup that's still vegan! It can be a cream of broccoli, cream of asparagus, or peas depending on the vegetable you choose. Will try this later this week, but it sounds terrific and I'm sure I'll love it. One of my favorite meals is soup with bread and our yummy hummus. From The Best of Silver Hills Delicious Vegetarian Cuisine cookbook. Update: This is our new favorite vegan broccoli soup! I'm excited to try it with the asparagus next time. Enjoy!
This is a nice, healthy, pleasantly spicy and warming stew like soup. This can also be done in a crock pot but will take all day. The cooking time does not reflect the overnight soaking of the beans. This recipe can also be made with spinach but I don't think it would be as good.
This looks a real treat if served in a personal sized accorn squash. When cooking them just make sure that they don't overcook and become mushy. Cut off the bottom just enough so that they will stand up, cut off the "lids" and clean out all the seeds, if the squash is a bit larger use half of it, and bake till done before putting the soup into them. Buying pre-cubed squash for the soup is a real time saver. Presoaking time for beans not included.