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    Soups

    I've recently taken a liking to making soups :o) These are some of the recipes which I may make or may use as inspiration

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    12 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This creamy, chunky, cheesy, smoky, spicy soup will warm up anyone on a cold night! Total Comfort food! "Will soothe any soul"! I used roasted garlic but fresh will be great too. Take note I used no salt because I found the ham did it job. You're welcome to season as you wish.

    Recipe #146713

    From Bon Appetit 2005. Comforting and delicious! For presentation, garnish each soup serving with a whole star anise if desired.

    Recipe #144929

    2 Reviews |  By Oolala

    Don't want to lose this. Copied from who knows which cookbook!

    Recipe #145946

    From Gooseberry Patch Backyard Gatherings.

    Recipe #143952

    A delicious real alphabet soup which is much more nutritionally sound, as well as tastier, than the canned stuff. Recipe from "Stealth Health" Mar/99. In the ingredients, "Dried Italian herb seasoning is just regular dried Italian herb.

    Recipe #112133

    This soup is so good, even carrot haters will enjoy it. It is easy to prepare and can be made a day ahead. The finished soup is so thick, use additional stock rather than water to thin. You do not want to dilute the great flavour. A recipe from "Healthy Eating" in the "Home Digest", Spring 2002.

    Recipe #57995

    Recipe #40890

    On a school trip, I had a Hot Brown at the Galt House Hotel restaurant (if you ever come to Louisville, you may hear about the famous "Galt House"). I found this soup version on another recipe site and tried it. It was extremely similar to what I had then. The sandwich and the soup are deeelish!

    Recipe #144282

    This is a thick, fragrant, and hearty stew. Very satsifying on a cold day, very good for you, and very cheap. Can't really ask for more than that from a single recipe.

    Recipe #148061

    Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. This is served at Bewley's Cafe in Dublin which is a favorite spot for shoppers and Trinity College Students. This soup remains a favorite. From a cookbook called The New Irish Table. I have not tried this yet. (The orange juice was a recent addition.)

    Recipe #134613

    A delicious, hearty soup blending the flavours of potatoes and apples with lemon juice, wine, chicken stock, arugula and herbs and spices. I always use Granny Smith apples and I have often used a mix of potatoes and sweet potatoes. The original recipe specifies “waxy potatoes” but this didn’t correspond with any of the potato varieties listed in the Zaar kitchen dictionary. Use a variety that you know works well in soups. I have also experimented with different herbs and spices. Vary herbs and spices to suit your preferences. Adapted from the English recipe book 'Potatoes and Vegetables' by Parragon Publishing.

    Recipe #118829

    Cabbage Soup? Yes! You won't believe how good this is. This can easily be served at a dinner party too. So good.

    Recipe #75264

    25 Reviews |  By Lorac

    An easy to make hearty main dish soup. Add hot rolls or bread - and dinner is ready !

    Recipe #73020

    This is a thick, vegetable-laden soup, which is a meal in itself. It is submitted in response to a request for Russian Cabbage Soup made with meatballs. I suspect it would be easy to replace the meat from the stock with plain meatballs which have been browned in a little oil then simmered in the stock. This soup has a rich sweet-sour flavour and is very satisfying. I adapted it from two recipes in a Russian cookbook published by MIR in the 1970's.

    Recipe #41346

    A nice hearty one pot soup. I love the flavour of smoked bacon in soup.

    Recipe #23442

    This vegetarian soup is low calorie, low cholesterol, and great is taste. It is a pretty, pale orange that gets substance from the base of pureed tofu.

    Recipe #23039

    The family will swear you are making pizza. From a Fireshifter link on the McDougall board.

    Recipe #148086


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