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    This is amazing....creamy and oh so good. Everyone who tries this has to have the recipe. i SERVE THIS WITH GARLIC BREAD ITS A MUST. You will love it. this is one of our family recipe's. People drool over this and I never give out the recepie!

    Recipe #374575

    This is based on a Scottish recipe known as Cullen Skink, which is a very traditional recipe and which my grandmother used to make when I was a little girl. It was also a huge favourite with my son and still is. It has a sweet flavour with a salty edge from the smoked fish. You can make it a little richer with some cream added at the end but it's also great without. It's a main course soup for me - excellent for lunch with crusty bread.

    Recipe #348663

    I tried many ways of making this delicious coconut / lemongrass soup, but in the end, I had two versions which I really liked and this was the favorite of the two. I grow most of the ingredients fresh in my yard which definitely adds to the great flavor. Most Thai markets also have these ingredients fresh too. Frozen Lemon Grass, kaffir lime leaves and galangal ginger taste good too if fresh cannot be found. I'd use frozen over freeze dried anytime. Also the ground lemon grass that comes in a tube in some grocery stores is not recommended for this recipe.

    Recipe #405987

    This is a very healthy soup made of sweet potato, spinach and chick peas. It's lovely in winter.

    Recipe #359645

    This is one of my family's favourite recipes; I am constantly asked all the time to make it. I was taught it by a Moroccan friend who also lives in France - it is an old family recipe passed down for many years. It is great all year around - served with flat breads or pitta breads & assorted salads in spring & summer or served with hot fluffy & fruity couscous, assorted chutneys or pickles in the depths of winter. I make mine in a fantastic "Electric Tagine" made by Tefal; it of course works in a more traditional clay tagine - BUT the real secret is.......it works like a dream in a Slow cooker/Crock Pot. Try it out! If you cannot get Ras-el-Hanout, which is an exotic Moroccan spice mixture, including rose petals - don't worry, use the other spices I have listed instead; or I have a Ras-el-Hanout recipe posted on Recipezaar: Recipe #205185 N.B. I notice in a review that it has been suggested that Chemical Heat is needed!! The great thing about sharing recipes is that they can be adapted to personal taste. BUT, this is not supposed to be a "Hot" recipe, but a "Fragrant & Fruity" recipe!! A Tagine by definition is SLOW cooked over a LOW heat & is very fruity with subtle undertones of heat! However, life would be boring if you couldn't add a bit of "heat", but it's just not traditional. What is traditional, is to allow your guests to add their own heat, so have a bowl of "Harissa" on the table. Preserved lemons are also a wonderful and traditional addition - I have a recipe posted on Recipezaar: Recipe #209590 PLEASE NOTE: This recipe lists canned chickpeas in the ingredients, NOT dried! If you use dried chickpeas, you MUST soak them and cook them first!

    Recipe #137530

    2 Reviews |  By Nasseh

    My husband is very picky how he likes his Harira. His sister gave me her recipe so I could make it for him during Ramadan. This soup will keep for several days in the refrigerator or it can be frozen. Sometimes bite size pieces of beef or lamb is added to the soup at the beginning of cooking.

    Recipe #322768

    In many Asian cultures, long noodles symbolize long life. And in the spirit of that tradition, I've left the pasta whole here, to be eaten with chopsticks or even a fork. Of course, if your're feeling reckless, you can go ahead and break the noodles into smaller pieces before cooking them. This recipe came from: Quick from scratch - Soups and Salads

    Recipe #333656

    I was home feeling out of sorts so I hauled out my food processor and started rummaging in the fridge and pantry. This soup is what I came up with and everyone just loves it. My fella called me from work and said I took soup for lunch and its fantastic--make it every week-DON'T change a thing. I laughed and said...ok, I guess I better write down what I did before I forget. HEEHEE

    Recipe #187307

    The delicious Thai soup is based on a recipe from Cook’s Illustrated. I’ve converted it to be Gluten-Free, with a couple of twists. Enjoy! For more great tasting and helthy gluten-free recipes, visit elanaspantry.com

    Recipe #303465

    This recipe was inspired by a Trevti Dal --"three dals" -- recipe from my favorite Indian cookbook author Tarla Dalal. My recipe is actually four different types of dal but can be adjusted to accommodate pretty any type of split or quick-cooking legume. Preparing this in a slow cooker results in an amazingly creamy and flavorful dal that can be eaten on its own as a soup, or enjoyed with its more traditional accompaniments of rotis and rice.

    Recipe #202631

    This is a substantial, thick soup - rich and satisfying and makes for a hearty one-pot meal.

    Recipe #126643

    You cook and cook for the holidays and your family has the nerve to want to eat the next day! This is a super easy way to put a hot,fast meal on the table and use up leftover turkey.

    Recipe #344502

    My favorite comfort food on a cold day. It makes your house smell amazing! It makes a huge batch, however can be 1/2ed or doubled easily depending on your groups size. You can used leftover turkey or rotisserie chicken too, great way to use up leftover meats and veggies. I serve this with my Loaded Foccacia Bread and everyone's happy! I made the seasoning amounts a little vague because you should taste the soup as you season so it works according to your tastes.

    Recipe #139447

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    the smell of this soup cooking will drive you crazy if you like garlic.

    Recipe #80767

    This recipe comes from The Blue Owl Restaurant and Bakery in historic Kimmswick, MO. My daughter named it "Football Soup" because we always make it when we have a crowd over watching the game after church! Incredibly easy, freezes beautifully, and my bean hating husband even loves it. I add an extra can of green chilies for more flavor. You can make it without the chicken for a cheaper meatless meal, and you can make it without the monterey jack cheese for a low-fat, less thickened soup (but the cheese adds a lot of flavor!)

    Recipe #110846

    Place in crockpot and head to work - yummy dinner will be ready and waiting for you.

    Recipe #99103

    Float a Parmesan wafer on top & serve this as the prelude to an elegant dinner party - OR pair with crusty bread to mop up the bowls at a family meal! From Gourmet magazine.

    Recipe #74046

    I make this with Christmas dinner every year. My Polish mother-in-law thought it was as good as the one she remembered her mother making when she was a child. Only difference is that this one is a lot easier.

    Recipe #97124

    The garlic really stands out in this mild and creamy soup.

    Recipe #30581

    69 Reviews |  By Delish

    This is a yummy and easy soup to throw together. Cheese compliments broccoli and potatoes so well. Ultimate comfort food when the weather starts to get colder. I love to serve it with homemade rolls or bread and a salad. I make it with skim milk to cut back on calories but feel free to substitute whole milk or half-and-half for a creamier soup. If I'm really short on time, I just throw in a can of diced, already cooked potatoes towards the end of the cooking time until they are heated through. If you want a thicker soup, just add desired amount of flour mixed until smooth with an equal amount of water. Mmmmmm....

    Recipe #139511

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