This is one of the easiest soups I have ever made!! I was a bit skeptical about it when I looked at the recipe, but it was a recipe of my aunt’s, so I decided to have faith & give it a try! Continue reading “Cold Beet Borscht”
I saw this recipe for a lentil soup with numeric & coconut milk on Facebook the other day. One of my friends posted it.
This recipe is from the Cooking New York Times. It is delicious. The recipe calls for cutting up some red onion & kale, sautéing it & adding it to the soup as a garnish. This was good, but in the future I might just eat the soup without the kale/onion. Both of these were good on their own. Certainly, adding the kale to the soup … Continue reading Butternut Squash Soup with Coconut
Celery was on sale at the grocery store, $1 a bunch! I love celery soup & at that price it was going to be a very inexpensive soup!. Celery, onion & a couple of potatoes and that’s all you need. The recipe I like is from MarthaStewart.com. This recipe does not have cream in it, the onions are sautéed in butter but I used olive … Continue reading Celery Soup
I have some jars of chicken soup that I have frozen so decided to turn one of them into a Thai Soup! There are so many recipes for this online but I picked this one from Chef Michael Smith. I always liked watching his cooking show so I decided to trust his recipe with my soup! The soup turned out delicious! The only thing I … Continue reading Thai Coconut Curry Soup
This is a recipe on the Smitten Kitchen website. it is the recipe for Balthazar’s cream of mushroom soup. I changed the recipe to make it non-dairy, and used dried herbs instead of the fresh ones. I will write down the recipe as I made it but will add a link to the original recipe on SmittenKitchen.com https://smittenkitchen.com/2007/01/superlatively-souper/ Here is the recipe the way I … Continue reading Mushroom Soup
I went to visit my friend the other day and she was having company for dinner. In a pot on the stove was a yummy mushroom, bean and barley soup. The recipe is Bonnie Stern’s but my friend had found it in her Soup Sisters cookbook. Check out the Soup Sisters website to find out about this inspiring organization. http://www.soupsisters.org I have looked for the link to … Continue reading Mushroom Bean & Barley Soup
This soup is rich and tasty. The bulgur adds a delicious heartiness to the broth so that just a chunk of fresh bread along side is all you need. I cooked mine a bit too long so it actually became kind of like a lentil and bulgur stew which was good too!! Murray ate it just that way, like a side dish, on a plate with … Continue reading Lentil Soup with Bulgur