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    7 Reviews |  By Bev

    This soup stands on it's own as a main course. Serve with Italian bread and a tossed green salad. To save time, before cooking I use the kitchen shears to cut up the bacon. To cook, stir bacon with a wooden spoon till crisp. This recipe comes from Gourmet Magazine.

    Recipe #23354

    This is one of my favorite lentil soups outside of one I had in Rome many years ago now. There are thousands of "Moroccan" Lentil Soup recipes out there; especially on the internet where everyone is a "Moroccan Cook" simply by using the spices used in Morocco. That is not what Moroccan cooking is about. Yes, it is the spicing but how much? How many? Which types? Just as anyone can add garlic and basil to a dish and call it Italian food, is it? I think, in fact, I know not. That it may have ingredients well known to and used in many regions of Italy does not make it authentic. I will settle for nothing less than real life authenticity when it comes to Moroccan food; or the food of any country/region. It is in the knowledge, technique, time and simplicity where one finds authenticity; not necessarily in Gourmet Magazine or from Aunt Rita who went to Morocco, or anywhere, once 45 years ago on a five day tour blitz. This one is simple and hearty.

    Recipe #140633

    Recipe #51155

    This was published in a Fine Cooking magazine a couple of years ago. I was so excited to have found a relatively easy yet very flavorful noodle soup for my family. My husband (the ultimate food critic) loves this and doesn't mind eating it for days. He says it reminds him of when he was in Taiwan. High praise, indeed! Packaged stewing beef is often made up of irregularly shaped pieces from different cuts, so I cut my own stew meat using a boneless chuck roast or two 3/4 inch thick chuck steaks.

    Recipe #133034

    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

    8 Reviews |  By keen5

    There are other potato soups at Zaar, but none the same as this one. This is a hearty, comforting soup with Italian sausage, carrots and a garlic kick. Prep and cook time are approximate.

    Recipe #89180

    I couldn't believe how easy and tasty this recipe is. I love the half-melted pieces of cheese in the soup! This is from Cuisine at Home.

    Recipe #143719

    This recipe is delicious, very filling, and makes a wonderful meal on a cold winter day.

    Recipe #55233

    31 Reviews |  By Paulcm

    A friend made this and I was thrilled by how wonderful it tasted. I never thought I would like JUST mushroom soup. She served it with fresh hot bead and butter. mmmmmmmmmm

    Recipe #50484

    Hasa Al Hummus is a wonderful Moroccan vegetarian soup for a comforting winter warmer. Morocco adores her soups though there are not a million varieties. Many recipes online may taste good though are faux or Moroccan "style" soups. I can guarantee that from me what you get is completely authentic Moroccan fare. I owe this to those interested in Moroccan food/cooking that is authentic. This is a very simple basic soup as most Moroccan foods are. Go to a touristy, especially a fancy one, spot and you will get French food with Moroccan influences; not how we eat every day. We eat Moroccan food perhaps with a French influence or two though never vice versa. My housemaid Nasiha who is approximately 60 taught me this recipe. I say approximately as many in Morocco do not know their birthday. Whip this up like we do and enjoy! In a pinch you can use canned chickpeas. They are acceptable, merely omit the first cooking hour. As an aside, here, hummus is the word for chickpea, not the dip/spread.

    Recipe #140868

    You will not believe the deeply satisfying flavour of this stew. This is our favourite wintry stew dish - comfort food to the max. The cooking time is more or less accurate, but it really depends on the cut of meat used - not everyone used chuck, and then, not all chuck is the same! You really have to poke and prod and taste to get it to where you want it...but that's what cooking is all about, isn't it? ;-)

    Recipe #80536

    Cheesy YUMMY lasagna soup recipe given to me by Mary Christen at my Bridal Shower! SO GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Recipe #125530

    8 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    This is THE best garlic soup EVER. It's from my much used & loved 'Feast of Soups' cookbook by Jacqueline Heriteau.

    Recipe #135780

    8 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This soup a little zip. Delicious with a side salad and some fresh bread for a wonderfully satisfying meal. If desired, lowfat milk can be used; however, for added richness add 2 tablespoons of powdered milk.

    Recipe #130587

    84 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is a popular soup served at the Summer Kitchen near Ephraim, WI. It is thick and delicious. I've modified it somewhat by adding the thyme and pepper for even more flavor. It freezes very well.

    Recipe #36797

    This is my all time favorite soup! It is so hearty and goes wonderful with some crusty bread. Altho it's a long list of ingredients, it's really very simple.

    Recipe #112215

    7 Reviews |  By Roosie

    Carrot soup, kicked up a notch. Recipe from Food & Wine, June 1999.

    Recipe #97417

    This soup is creamy as well as hearty and filling; easy to prepare and budget-friendly. The corn adds a tiny bit of sweetness to the taste. For variety, you could probably add some peas and/or carrots; shredded cheddar for topping upon serving. Add some nice warm bread to accompany the meal. This recipe is courtesy of Taste of Home Magazine, a 2nd place winner in a soup contest.

    Recipe #56845

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