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    My 2 year old loved this soup. Can be frozen. Great way to go through some carrots. Light meal for a summer day and hot and warming for a cold day.

    Recipe #64783

    1 Reviews |  By o0o0o

    One of my favorite things in the summer. It's like a meal and dessert in one. The combination of jalapeno peppers and fruit isn't for everyone, but if you're the adventurous type, then this might just be the recipe for you.

    Recipe #130734

    This is my husband's all time favorite Thai soup - but up until now, I haven't been able to recreate it at home. I've played around with several versions to come up with this one. The authentic ingredients make a HUGE difference - although you can use substitutions, of course, it does affect the outcome. I have been able to find the galangal root (much preferred over ginger!!), the lemongrass, and the kaffir lime leaves at my local asian market. Yum yum yum, worth the extra shopping trip!

    Recipe #303281

    This pureed chilled soup is perfect for a hot summers day. It has a creamy texture and smooth finish.

    Recipe #499859

    2 Reviews |  By Demelza

    I had seen a similar recipe to this & made a few adjustments to suit our family. I usually make this soup on the stove, but have used a slow cooker for it. We prefer it done on the stove. Adjust the garlic to your own preference, I tend to go on the light side as it can easily overpower the flavours in the soup. I use pot barley, but pearl barley is fine. Use any type of mushrooms you like. Don't leave out the dill weed or the soy sauce, they are an important part of the seasoning in this soup. Serve it with a nice fresh soft or crusty roll or loaf of bread. This will serve 4 as a main course, or about 8 people as a starter.

    Recipe #448063

    So many recipes call for bacon or canned creamed corn. This it just plain and simple corn chowder. You can make it a bit richer with part cream.

    Recipe #476254

    I plan on making this with the Baked Pork Spring Rolls when I get a chance. It looks yummy!

    Recipe #290395

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    Recipe #493051

    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Recipe source: Prevention Magazine (November 2011) -- thought this was a great way to use up leftover turkey and leftover coconut milk.

    Recipe #474690

    Recently had an extra pint of cherry tomatoes on hand and was in search of comfort food. Devised this soup in a pinch and thought it was worth sharing. Mine was a quick soup for one but the recipe has been scaled up and uses the more economical Roma tomato. If you have lots of cherry or grape tomatoes -- they have a sweetness that pairs beautifully with the vinegar -- use them or do a mix with the roma tomatoes. If you are making this Kosher, skip the cheese or be sure to use vegetable broth.

    Recipe #131639

    This is a heavenly, quick, delicious soup! I got this from a church dinner we had. The Pastor's wife hates to cook, and this is her favorite quick take...one taste and it is mine now too! Great for socials.

    Recipe #331269

    Rich and VERY nutritious soup. Substitue other green leaves from the garden if you have no chaya.

    Recipe #488439

    Adjust the number of chili peppers you use based on how hot you want the soup to be. The longer it's stored, the hotter it will get. Do not freeze this soup.

    Recipe #486589

    I like to serve this for Chinese New Year as the ingredients of this soup are cut into long pieces, symbolizing hope for a long life.

    Recipe #350282

    A delightfully refreshing chilled soup -- this recipe is perfect for a hot summer day, a BBQ or even dinner party. The presentation is simple yet elegant, and the soup itself is so good and easy to prepare. There are other avocado/cucumber soup recipes posted here at Zaar, but this one is different and contains an additional ingredient: shrimp! :) This recipe was adapted from a similar one found in HomeBasics magazine. Also note that "Cook Time" is the time required for proper chilling.

    Recipe #312038

    1 Reviews |  By AlainaF

    Jane Milton's Recipe includes, milk, coconut milk, shredded dry coconut, white pepper and cilantro.

    Recipe #484151

    This is a wonderful soup I found in the Oprah Magazine Cookbook.

    Recipe #427132

    2 Reviews |  By Debbwl

    A cool soup for those hot summer nights. Sweet and savory combined with tabasco on the side for those like the heat and need more kick. *cook time is chill time*

    Recipe #431074

    Mushrooms and vermouth - who knew they'd taste so good together? Very good, broth-based soup where the mushroom flavor really shines, since there's no cream or milk. It's also vegetarian but could be made vegan (substitute olive oil for butter and vegetable broth for chicken broth). We usually have this all year round, but like it especially to start a Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. Especially nice since you can make it in advance! Adapted from "Colorado Cache".

    Recipe #47354

    This is a real money saver!!! I noticed a recipe Cream of Something and then found 20 other variations on the same thing. This is my variation. If you compare mine to all the others you will notice I leave out the bouillon and herbs. This is so you can flavor it at time of use with the herbs and bouillon flavors that compliment your recipe. I also prefer to use the Better than Bouillon in a jar (or other brands) as the first ingredient is always whatever the flavor is...beef, chicken, lobster, mushroom, etc.

    Recipe #478600

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