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    Soups - My Favorite Food!

    Soup is, without a doubt, my favorite food. I make at least a couple of by-scratch soups each week, often in my crockpot. Here are some soups that I've got my eye on to make in the future or I've already made and reviewed.
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    Rich tasting, warm and comforting. I had a recipe I loved for this soup, but the original called for a lot more butter and 2 cups of heavy cream. I didn't really want to save this soup for special occasions only, so I attempted to reduce the fat & calories by reducing the butter and replacing the cream with evaporated milk - I have even tried evaporated skim milk with success (but it is better with whole evaporated milk). If I am serving this to guests, I use the half-n- half, but for just me I like it with the milk. I have never missed the cream in this.

    Recipe #59155

    This broth is so flavorful and so authentic. It tastes sort of like the Vietnamese "Pho" beef noodle soup. The only thing missing is the star anise. This will make you look like a seasoned-cultured cook!

    Recipe #76963

    Almost ridiculously easy to make, this soup is based on a recipe from "S.O.U.P.S. - Seattle's Own Undeniably Perfect Soups" by Michael Congdon and is my absolute favorite soup. Although it is titled as "southwestern," this soup tastes very much like my favorite Indian dish of Chicken Korma, a mild, flavorful, non-spicy curry. I also use the soup as a baking sauce for chicken breasts, thighs, and cubed tofu - very tasty!

    Recipe #103950

    Booyah! This velvety soup is a sweet and savory bowl of comfort with a surprising cinnamon kick.

    Recipe #189441

    3 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    I watched Tyler Florence make this soup on his show and could not wait to fix this. I don't think I will ever again buy a can of tomato soup. This is easy and awesome. I paired this with Grilled 3 Cheese Sandwiches.

    Recipe #214469

    8 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Jaxon's is local and they make the best potato soup with green chile. The recipe is printed in the El Paso Junior League cookbook and there have been people to buy the cookbook for this recipe.

    Recipe #104917

    This dish is called Lohikeitto in Finland. Submitted for the 'Zaar World Tour 2005

    Recipe #134154

    But it's NOT crab -- it's imitation crabmeat so it's CHEAP... and delicious! I created this one because I really like the cream chowders that I've savored in New England. We have trouble obtaining good seafood where I live here in southern Ohio, so I decided to make due with what I COULD get. One thing that's always cheap and available around here is frozen imitation crabmeat. So I gave this a lot of thought, did some preliminary experimentation, and this dish was the ultimate result. I'm very happy with this recipe and I find it quite similar in flavor to a rich clam chowder. The idea of using local fresh and common vegetables worked out well for boosting the flavor too. While the veggies enhance the dish, make no mistake about it, this recipe definitely conveys the full ambiance of a seafood chowder. Cooking and prep times are approximate. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. big pat.

    Recipe #190168

    Really healthy soup, good to use when there's no time to spend in the kitchen!

    Recipe #35988

    One Saturday afternoon I really wanted pea soup, but didn't have any in the cupboard and I didn't want to go to the store. So instead, I made my own. Oh-so-easy, this soup is yummy!

    Recipe #29716

    10 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This soup is delicious, although some kids may balk at the color. We can't get enough of it.

    Recipe #15307

    Pumpkin and spice add a great flavor to pork sausage and potatoes. Delicious! Great as a main dish or a first course. Serve with good crusty bread. Enjoy!

    Recipe #52204

    A delicious and spicy chowder from Moosewood. I serve it with warmed tortilla chips.

    Recipe #64037

    Perfect comfort food on a snowy or cold night. this is the most amazing soup I have ever had and it gets even better reheated the next day! Not only that but anyone I have made it for has become addicted even if they do not like sauerkraut. It is my mother's recipe and I was easily able to make it vegetarian. It can also be made low fat. I have listed both options for meat eaters and vegetarians. It can be made vegan if vegan ingredients are substituted for the dairy ones but I have not tried that yet. It is best with buttery crackers but it is plenty a meal by itself. Note: I am not sure of can and package sizes so they are estimates, but I think that I am pretty close, this is a hard recipe to ruin.

    Recipe #96499

    If you like soups as a main dish, this is a great one... hearty and filling. For a more traditional Tom Kha Gai, leave out the bok choy, tomatoes, and bean thread noodles, and add some extra mushrooms. But believe me, this soup is incredible as written. I can never find the galagnal traditionally used in Tom Kha Gai, but if you can get it, I say use some.

    Recipe #87080

    1 Reviews |  By Mercy

    This thick and savory soup uses tapioca in place of rice or pasta and is customarily served in individual bowls lined with lettuce.

    Recipe #119788

    This soup is to artichokes what vichysoisse is to leeks! Delicious as a starter (particularly for an Italian meal) or lunch on a warm day. If you are stumped by the metrics, don't forget you can use the handy converter provided by 'Zaar (to be found just after the quantity). Preparation time DOES NOT include 3-4 hour chilling time.

    Recipe #119359

    Wow! This recipe is so much better than what I have been served in restaurants. The sesame oil in the pork mixture gives a nice flavor and I love the bit of crunch the napa cabbage has in the soup.

    Recipe #109097

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