This is a great soup, so flavorful and so easy. Even though the avocado, lime juice and cilantro are "garnishes," the flavor of the lime and the cilantro especially is very key to the balance of flavors. This is good enough for company, really yummy. I think you probably could get away with using chicken meat in this too, although I tried this using the pork. Another find from the Robin Miller show, with my adjustments.
I haven't tried this yet because it's been too hot for soup, and I haven't had enough garlic scapes at any one time to make it! It sounds yummy though. The recipe did not give cooking times, so I'll have to let you know once I make it.
Thumbs up & awesome is how my husband described this stew. I served with steamed brown rice, but tortillas or tortilla chips would be good as well. You can vary the amount of spiciness by adjusting the amount of chipotle chile you add. Put the chicken broth and can of tomatoes in the fridge overnight to prevent the chicken from overcooking and getting dry (or reduce cook time). Adapted slightly from Cook's Illustrated Best Make Ahead Recipes.
This is quite possibly the best beef stew I have ever had. Flavorful, thick broth with perfectly done vegetables and melt in your mouth meat. This is from Cook's Illustrated Make Ahead Cookbook. I adapted the recipe slightly, and added a turnip. I used a large oval slow cooker, and it was filled to the brim at the start of cooking, so if using a round cooker I would decrease the veggies slightly.
This stew is an entire meal, veggies and all. It is thickened just before serving with ground toasted rice, which gives it nice toasted undertones. I am sure other veggies could be added, but I think the green bean sweet potato combo is pretty good. Adapted from Secrets of Slow Cooking.
This is my favorite chili, I have been making it for years with small additions here and there. Be sure to let the chili cook for awhile before testing the spiciness. If it is too spicy, try adding 1 tsp creamy peanut butter to calm the heat. Sometimes it is necessary to add some broth to adjust the thickness. This is always better the next day.
This is not your typical blended gazpacho. I prefer the pieces of vegetables and slight spice in this recipe. It takes a while to make, but is well worth it.
*If you store & serve in a large cast iron dutch oven (such as Le Creuset), the soup will stay cool for quite awhile if you are bringing it to a potluck.
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