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For me this was a great way to clear the bottom bins in the fridge. I often get to the end of the week and turn the assortment of veggies remaining into a large tray of roasted vegetables. Did that today and turned some of that into the base of my soup. Mine included Vidalia onions, carrots, green beans, garlic cloves, red potatoes, zucchini and cremini mushrooms. To that, I added some turkey kielbasa and leftover chicken. (You really can use most anything.) Used the optional can of diced tomatoes and a tablespoon of Italian seasonings. Sounds like a lot but once the vegetables were roasted, it was less than 5 minutes to a great soup. The proportions were just right and the options infinite. A perfect recipe for someone just beginning to experiment and handy for seasoned chefs as well. Thanks!

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justcallmetoni January 04, 2008

The Soup Formula will enable even the most soup-challenged among us to produce a yummy bowl of soup. From now on there is no such thing as a left over, just things to make soup with.

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Julie3551 July 25, 2007
The Soup Formula, Aka Holiday Leftover Soup!