This hearty and satisfying soup takes the chill off of any wintry evening. I like to serve it with Tabasco sauce on the side but if you want less heat, a few drops of vinegar will work nicely. Serve with lots of warm crusty bread. Recipe originally to be found in Delia Smith's "Complete Cookery Course" and her "Complete Illustrated Cookery Course".
A really quick fine-dining type recipe! The approximate American weights are given in brackets. You can assemble this soup a day ahead, and keep it in the fridge to heat gently just before serving. Please adjust to your taste. Use the best quality canned mushroom soup and smoked oysters -- it makes a big difference to the end result. It IS rich, no excuses, but is served in very small portions -- not as generous as my photo seems to indicate! PS: I think that 2 cans of oysters might be better than just one and will improve the flavour. If you find the cup of cream too much, use a 1/2 cup plus 1/2 cup chicken broth (or more mushroom soup).
I literally CRAVE this amazing, hearty soup from Panera when the weather begins to chill.... this is the closest recipe I have found to theirs. The best part is, it's ready in less than an hour!! I've found that the reviews are right and have lessened the amount of flour; originally 1 cup; just use 1/2 or a bit more depending on how thick you like your soup (Panera's is VERY thick).
This is a healthy and satisfying soup using vegetable broth and fresh spinach. I use a refrigerated asparagus, gruyere cheese filled ravioli when making this recipe. However any tortellini or ravioli that you prefer will do.
The Stuff that dreams are made of...Don't let the DP turn you off, this soup is ADDICTING. Plus there's something about telling little kids it contains Dr.Pepper that makes them eat their dinner! Plus it's so easy!
Easy and quick, this recipe can be made into a stew by increasing the amount of rice or noodles put in at the end. My family likes it best when I use rotisserie chicken bought at the grocery store, but we've made it using baked chicken, leftover turkey, even a bit of crispy duck! You can throw in whatever bits and bobs you have to hand, or use egg noodles instead of rice.
I'm on a diet and I wanted use up some left overs in the freezer and make something that would fill me up. So why not make an original low cal chicken soup? So here's my chicken soup recipe.
If you don't want to buy a bunch of different frozen vegetables just buy a quality mixed vegetable. It usually pretty close to the portions in this recipes.
If you cook at a lower temperature add about 10 minutes to your cook time.
Chicken Risotto. A yummy creamy ( as in texture but has no cream ) chicken, rice and veggie concoction I made last night for dinner. However, I used sushi rice instead of the typical italian arborio- but it absorbs just as much!! Good stuff. As for taste...think of your favorite chicken soup recipe...but risotto syle.
If you use arborio rice you may need to increase liquid and cooking time...it takes a little longer to cook than sushi rice (approx. 5-10 mins..) read the instructions on your package of arborio rice to get an idea.
This is a very flavorful recipe I made up on my own and liked so much that I decided to write it down (I usually cook on the fly with whatever is in my fridge/pantry). I was impressed with how much flavor the chicken picked up in this recipe! It's very simple, with a little kick of complimentary spices.
This is a variation of another dish my grandmother made when she stayed with us. Don’t let the number of ingredients freak you out. They’re mostly seasoning and spices and not a lot of chopping, mincing, or dicing.
Bok choy and shitake mushrooms are two of my favorite vegetables and I added these two items to the recipe. I also switched out the anchovies broth for water and added dashida, which is a soup stock that comes in anchovy, clam or beef flavors. I use beef dashida.