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    10 Reviews |  By Nif

    An inexpensive noodle and broth soup, saimin is the favorite local fast food of the Hawaiian islands (also considered the national dish of Hawaii). It is considered the supreme comfort food of the Islands, eaten at any time of day. You can find this soup at snack bars, coffee shops, and even on the McDonald's menu (in Hawaii only). Saimin is basically the same thing as ramen, a Japanese noodle soup. In Hawaii, you will get the real thing, fresh, thin white noodles in a clear broth with green onions, kamaboko (fish cakes), and sometimes ham or char siu (pork). Some people add chicken, eggs, shrimp, and whatever else is desired. The Saimin is eaten very hot with chopsticks or spoons, and the broth is then drunk from the bowl. Do not be afraid to slurp, as there is simply no quiet way to eat Saimin. The prep time really varies, depending on what toppings you choose. Enjoy!

    Recipe #456112

    1 pot, 1 hour = simple, incredibly tasty vegetarian meal. Truly a delightful change from ordinary lentil stew or soup. Make sure you have a hunk of great bread to sop up the stew juices or you'll end up using your fingers! Add a salad for a complete meal.

    Recipe #137609

    48 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Oh so simple soup, great way to use up leftover chicken or get a ready cooked on in the grocery store. Has a light, lemony flavor. Posted for the Zaar World Tour 2005 to Greece.

    Recipe #139902

    A yummy soup that uses my favorite lentils. Adapted from a Moosewood recipe. This is a good and healthy take-to-work lunch.

    Recipe #94673

    Recipe #79222

    this makes alot of very yummy soup. i ate it all up in several days but it would probably freeze well too.

    Recipe #111752

    42 Reviews |  By Mirj

    The original recipe here called for rutabagas, but I changed it to potatoes and added herbs.

    Recipe #17210

    I loved the Broccoli Soup I was getting in the restaurants but they were rare on "Good" soup. Therefore, I now make my own and everyone loves it. This is also good if you have some grilled Chicken to chop up and throw in.

    Recipe #411494

    9 Reviews |  By BarbJG

    This recipe came from a co-worker of mine who is a wonderful cook and a wonderful person. This is VERY easy throw together meal. It doesn't look realy appetizing I must say, but the taste and flavor is wonderful! Everyone in my family likes this one...not an easy task either! My youngest son said we should try corn chips instead of the tortilla strips next time. Would be good garnished with a dollop of sour cream on top and maybe even a bit of guacamole.

    Recipe #44334

    By Nigella Lawson from Nigella Express

    Recipe #287398

    This soup is my version of Demos' Restaurant's baked chicken soup. I found a recipe for basic chicken soup and changed it to mimic what we were looking for! Demos' is located in Murfressboro, TN, and we live in Memphis, so I have never been able to try them side by side. However, I do know that this is yummy and filling. PLEASE NOTE: as stated before, I DO NOT add veggies to this dish, because the soup at the resturant does not have any in it. However, I am sure that some added carrots or celery would be yummy. Also, double the flour and butter to make a thicker soup. We like ours less creamy. For the chicken, I either use leftover baked chicken or I buy a cooked rotisserie chicken from the grocery store and pull all the chicken off of that. I have never tried canned chicken and I do not recommend it for this soup!

    Recipe #381521

    5 Reviews |  By Nif

    A rich and hearty stew that will warm you up on the cold days. It is easy to put together with ingredients that you usually have on hand. If you prefer to have your veggies cut a little smaller, that works too - just watch that they do not overcook. The nice thing about this recipe is that you can do most of the prep as the stew is cooking. The chicken thighs and mushrooms add a great meaty texture. Try this with some crusty bread.

    Recipe #413657

    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.

    Recipe #402890

    I found this recipe on a weight loss website. My family didn't even notice that it was made with fat-free ingredients.

    Recipe #56659

    3 Reviews |  By Bayhill

    This soup is a great way to use up leftover turkey after Thanksgiving. The curry powder lends a Middle Eastern flair to this chunky winter soup. Add more or less curry powder to suit your tastes.

    Recipe #334500

    A lovely, filling soup with sweet and spicy flavors from the sweet corn and spices. I found this in a Dairy Favorites card at the grocery and made a few tweaks for our preferences. You can also sub white cannellini beans for the great northern - I just find it easier to locate the great northerns in my area.

    Recipe #406852

    This soup is easy to make, hearty and satisfying. This soup is rather mild, but chose to leave it that way in deference to those who don't eat spicy food. If you were serving a large group with different tastes, that would be a consideration. I use about double the lemon grass, fish sauce, peppers and cilantro, putting half the peppers and cilantro in the soup and the other half for each person to add. If you can find them, Thai chili peppers are hotter than jalapenos!

    Recipe #115440

    This rich stew uses typical Portuguese seasonings and ingredients such as dry wine (vinho seco), paprika, and lemon. The meat is oh-so-tender, and the dish is very no-fuss. Serve with rice and/or lots of traditional Portuguese cornmeal bread.

    Recipe #116382

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