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You can eat as much of this 0-point Weight Watchers cabbage soup as you like. It's so good for you.

Recipe #128956

This is an elegant, light, and smooth soup, with the look and texture of a velouté (cream soup) but not a drop of cream (there isn’t even a potato in it to thicken it). The recipe is from the wonderful cookbook, "Around My French Table", by Dorie Greenspan. It is delicious served it generously peppered and plain, but it’s a soup that welcomes embellishments, simple or lavish. For simple, consider drizzling the soup with a little walnut oil or dusting it with grated Parmesan or Comté. If you want to go lavish, top the soup with crème fraîche or, better still, crème fraîche and caviar — the slight saltiness of caviar is perfection with cauliflower. Or, if you’re lucky enough to have a truffle, shave it over the soup. STORING: The soup can be kept covered in the refrigerator for 3 days or, packed airtight, in the freezer for up to 2 months.

Recipe #442849

I found this on the Food Network's website under Scandinavian recipes. Looking at the dill and allspice in the dumplings sounds Scandinavian. :)

Recipe #423407

3 Reviews |  By Meg G

My son loves won ton soup and so I learned how to make it by adjusting the ingredients slightly to ones that I could get in our small town. I blended different recipes into my own.

Recipe #37385

Recipe #119613

For my safe keeper!

Recipe #213079

From Aebleskiver and More - A Sampling of Danish Recipes by Lisa Steen Riggs. Cook time is a guesstimate.

Recipe #233835

4 Reviews |  By BonnieZ

This is the famous China Moon double chicken stock. A lot of work, but it is well worth it.

Recipe #56831

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