Cooking Light. I just happen to have Enokis in my fridge right now too! I will make this with only one type of miso. Use whatever you have. The recipe also calls for 1/4 cup dried shaved bonito (dry fish flakes) but Zaar doesn't recognize it.
Posting this for ZWT 2006 (French Cajun & Creole region). This is a very homey comforting sort of a soup. The spices are easily played with if you like it spicier and it is even better with a good dollop of hot sauce in it.
This hearty soup is just bursting with savory flavor - which is surprising considering how easy it is to make!
I make it in the morning and then cool it and put it in the frig until about 30 minutes before dinner. While I'm warming the soup up, I cook my noodles.
When you are in the mood for soup but don't want to cook all day, try this one. It calls for lean beef cubes, carrots, celery,onions and a hint of tomato. Serve it with orzo pasta and topped with grated Italian cheese-very heart warming.
I don’t usually like squash. Someone gave me some home-grown acorn squash and I found this recipe to use them up. I like this! Use lots of nutmeg and any kind of squash (acorn, butternut, hubbard) you'd like. This freezes well. Add more broth for a thinner consistancy. Try adding some cooked wild rice. YUM!
This is a variation of Hopping John. It's usually a New Years Day item around our house, as the Black-eyed peas, are for good luck.And it also contains rice, which is for abundance, and pork, which is for the future.