Excellent soup recipe. I like the use of orange juice. It seemed to cut some of the acidity from the tomato juice. The spices were outstanding and gave the overall flavor a Mediterranean influence. I thought it was cool and refreshing. I had it for lunch 3 days last week and found it very satisfying. Thanks for posting.
This was teriffic. I used a can of diced tomatoes and a 1/4 cup of orange concentrate. It just made a great starter to a BBQ pork tenderloin dinner. Made it two days ahead to save time!! Thanks for a great little recipe ratherbesinnin (great name too)
Absolutely delicious! Very easy to make and a nice change from gazpacho. Thanks very much!
Very good summer starter. It went well with roasted chicken, salad and broiled fennel. I did not have OJ, so I added extra lemon juice.
I know Moosewood very well. I used to cook there and assisted on their "handwritten" cookbook a hundred yrs ago! This soup while not technically Moroccan IS wonderful!!!
I prepared this as a first course for a Moroccan dinner, and everybody loved it. The orange juice added an unusual twist.
relatively easy to assemble and had a nice flavor. I served it to my book club and it was a huge hit. Thank you
This Moosewood Restaurant recipe is very light and shouts "Healthy!" at you in the best possible way. Fed 2 of us nicely as we both went back for seconds.
My mom and sister were visiting and I served this delicious soup for lunch. We all thought it was cool, light, refreshing, and loaded with seasoning. I served it with a side salad and bread. Delightful. Thanks Nurse Di.