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    This soup is thick and filling and very simple to make. I prefer this with chicken broth, but if you need to make it vegetarian, use vegetable broth.

    Recipe #265858

    1 Reviews |  By Lacer

    I found this in a local grocery store's monthly newsletter. Posting it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #287990

    47 Reviews |  By nutdoc

    This is my family's very favorite soup! It taste just like take-out! It's quick and easy. I have been making it for years. Have a cold? Forget that plain old chicken soup! ***IMPORTANT TIP*** I suggest making this soup a day or two ahead to let the vegetables and tofu marinate! Then just heat and serve. Enjoy!

    Recipe #32858

    I really love the Tomato Basil soup from La Madeleine but it has a lot of butter and cream in it and this sounded like a healthier alternative. I got the recipe from the grocery store where I shop.

    Recipe #35594

    Here's a quick, light and creamy soup that warm you on the coldest night. Add some hearty whole grain bread and a tossed salad to make a very satisfying meal.

    Recipe #17987

    This is an old recipe, but very spicy and tasty. It came in a Family Circle magazine. My daughter passed this along to me. A great Southwestern dish.

    Recipe #116845

    6 Reviews |  By ugogirl

    Now that the colder weather is here, it's a perfect time for a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs, one pot meal like this delicious stew. Sometimes I have used lean ground beef in place of the stew meat in a pinch. Serve with a crusty bread or warm rolls for a complete dinner.

    Recipe #329657

    One of St. Louis's favorite soup recipes was recently printed in the Post-Dispatch. I remember going to St. Louis when I was young and my family going into the department store's restaurant for this famous soup. Enjoy! Famous-Barr's French Onion Soup

    Recipe #607

    Found this in Parents Magazine January 2005 issue. Haven't made it yet, but want to soon. Crushed tortilla chips give this soup its authentic flavor and hearty texture.

    Recipe #108139

    Thick, hearty dish that's wonderful cold weather comfort food. Recipe calls for cooking chicken for 1 1/2 hours, but I simmered only about 30 minutes. Also, I added peas just before cooking the dumplings. We don't like mushy peas. Posted by Elizabeth Durance on allrecipes.com.

    Recipe #470154

    This is the stock portion of a recipe for "Turkey Carcass Soup" from Miss Vickie's Big Book of Pressure Cooker Recipes. I've recently become a pressure cooker fanatic and this is a great cookbook. Made this stock while cleaning up the kitchen after Thanksgiving and chilled overnight. The next day I skimmed the fat and made recipe #115086. Delicious! This has no added salt so be sure to add some, if desired, when using in other recipes. I use an 8 quart Fagor Duo pressure cooker. The amount of stock will depend on the amount of water you add. I got about 3 quarts.

    Recipe #470161

    67 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    This goes together in a flash-and is really flexible for using ingredients on hand. You can either make this with noodles or dumplings, or leave them out. We like our soup salty, so adjust that to your taste.

    Recipe #115086

    A Rachael Ray recipe. I double this. Everyone loves it

    Recipe #267598

    I used to caramelize the onions on the stove top, but now I use this fantastic method. Finally, a way to make genuine French Onion Soup without all of the stirring. While it still takes quite some time, the onions are roasted in the oven. Sweet onions, such as Vidalia or Walla Walla, will make this recipe overly sweet, so use Yellow or Red, or a combo of both. Use broiler-safe crocks and keep the rim of the bowls 4 to 5 inches from the broiler to obtain a proper melting of the cheeses. Cooks Illustrated chefs prefer using Swanson Certified Organic Free Range Chicken Broth and Pacific Beef Broth, tho others will do fine as well. There is actually more flavor and depth in chicken broth than in beef and that is why they combine it with the beef broth. Much of the cooking time is passive...and the aroma makes the kitchen smell divine! For the best flavor, make the soup a day or 2 in advance, it also freezes well in 2 gallon freezer bags. Prep time includes the soup and the croutons. Cooking time is approximate, please use your judgment. I make this every Christmas Eve along with appetizers and those that missed Christmas Eve INSIST on having a bowl on Christmas morning! LOL It truly is the best French Onion Soup I have ever tasted. For those special occasions, try this one. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #344164

    Very good! Easy to make.

    Recipe #33752

    Good version of that diet soup everyone has a recipe for. You'll need a large (6 to 8 litre) pressure cooker for this. Alternatively just use a regular stock pot - but it will take longer. Freezes and reheats well.

    Recipe #366434

    This is my shortcut chicken stock. I like the flavor better starting with a leftover roasted chicken carcass compared to raw chicken pieces.

    Recipe #178826

    I replaced my electronic pressure cooker so I'm on the hunt for a variety of good recipes for it. I found this one on a few different web sites but don't see it on Zaar. If you are using a regular stove top pressure cooker it should be fairly easy to adjust accordingly.

    Recipe #403844

    This is a variation of cooking basic beans in the pressure cooker. As I was craving beans, I just threw this together with what I had on hand and the result was very good!! The ham was leftover and I was out of fresh onions so I used onion powder. I only use a digital pressure cooker so I can't speak for how this will work for the old fashioned kind. This is a great dish - ready in under an hour, start to finish!!

    Recipe #406354

    This is a good ham stock for use in soups or bean dishes. The dried thyme is good for cajun type dishes.

    Recipe #171712

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