I haven't tried this yet, but it came to my inbox today and I wanted to share it. It looks like a creamy and delicious soup, and I didn't even have to modify much to make it dairy-free. I love the additions of yogurt, lemon, and parmesan cheese! It's from Nanook at Allrecipes.com.
It's the dream soup here at the beach, for cold toes and noses. Husband and all family love it. Serve with crusty bread for sure, and salad if you want. When picky daughter gives me thumbs up, I believe! I've been eyeballing my clam chowder recipe for years, this time I wrote it down. I hope you enjoy!
A refreshing "salad soup" for those hot summer days. Plan ahead as it requires at least two hours refrigeration. Based upon a recipe (that I've not yet tried) from The Low Cholesterol Live Oil Cookbook and submitted for Zaar World Tour II.
Everyone knows by now how much I hate Edith Gump but love her cooking. I only pretend to like her and take her phone calls so she will share her delicious recipes. This onion soup is ambrosia in a bowl.
This is simple to prepare and makes a good potato soup. It can be prepared in advance up to the addition of the half and half. Just refrigerate at that point and when ready to serve add the half and half and serve or heat and serve. As the Title says, Some like it hot, some like it cold!
This is a good Tex-Mex recipe for a hearty soup to warm you on a cold winter day. It was first printed in the Junior League Cookbook in the city in which I live. It tastes better the longer it cooks. You can use a crock-pot to cook it. I prefer the hot green chilies, but I was raised on Tex-Mex food and must have a cast iron stomach! I usually serve this with grated cheese on top and cornbread. This soup freezes well.
This recipe has a slight smoky flavor due to the deli bacon. Broccoli can be substituted for potatoes for Cream of Broccoli Soup.
**This recipe can also be used for Clam Chowder. Eliminate the broccoli and use Chopped Clams.