Blog Posts - Soups



Quick Cassoulet

 I confess I have only ever really had Cassoulet once.  It was when we were visiting my son in Canada and it was delicious.  He's a good cook, and he's not afraid to try new things.  He's always been that way.  Normally Casso...
by The English Kitchen on Dec 6, 2016

100 Holiday Recipes and Party Food Ideas

Once again it is time for the All Things Creative Girls to get together and share the best posts from around the blogosphere!  This month, we have gathered up more than 100 recipes or food ideas for holiday entertaining.On Sutton Place |&nb...
by The Kim Six Fix on Nov 29, 2016

Hot And Sour Soup (No Meat)

Seafood and meat, such as chicken, pork, and shrimps can be added to the soup too. If you wish to add them, then remember to mix in some julienne ginger.Hot And Sour Soup (No Meat)Ingredients (A)3 1/2 Cups Chicken or Vegetable Stock1 1/2 Tbsp Chinkia...
by seasaltwithfood on Nov 27, 2016

Rice Noodle Soup With Deep Fried Fish Fillets

Having just returned from my summer vacation, I did not want to indulge in anything too heavy for dinner as I was still recovering from jet lag. I just needed something soupy. So, I decided to cook this delicious and simple meal, Rice Noodle Soup wit...
by seasaltwithfood on Nov 17, 2016

Chicken stew with vegetables

Hi all! I am back, bang on the very first, as promised. While the past month flew by in a whoosh, with huge loads of mixed emotions and situations thrown in, I had my moments when I missed Kichu Khonn, writing, interacting with you all and most impor...
by Kichu Khon on Aug 31, 2016

Instant Pot Vegetable Soup

This soup is a delicious, one-pot meal made very easy by using an Instant Pot or other electric pressure cooker. Add your ingredients, set the time, and walk away. Come back to a delicious, healthy vegan soup!  I know it’s been a while since...
by FatFree Vegan Kitchen on Aug 31, 2016

Curry Mee (Laksa)

There are many recipes for curry laksa, and I have a few versions in my blog too. Nevertheless, there's no harm for another good one. This Curry Laksa recipe has a distinctive curry taste, with the additional, coriander, cumin and aniseed in the spic...
by seasaltwithfood on Aug 25, 2016

Chunky Beef Chilli

This is a really delicious chilli that you can make either in the slow cooker or on top of the stove.  It works well either way, so in the summer when it's hot out, I do it in the slow cooker, and in the cooler months when I don't mind a bit of...
by The English Kitchen on Aug 15, 2016

Cserta menti kanászleves

The name of this soup is another proof of the uniqueness of the Hungarian language. The English translation that can broadly describe its meaning sounds quite awkwardly: swineherd’s soup along Cserta. Cserta is a 16.6 km long stream in the hill...
by Zserbo - Recipes from Hungary on Jul 29, 2016

Fülesleves from Hódmezővásárhely

Hódmezővásárhely, a city in Southeast Hungary (25 km far from Szeged), has been one of the economic and cultural centers of the Great Hungarian Plain for centuries. The city’s name – which literally translates to Marketplace on the Beaver...
by Zserbo - Recipes from Hungary on Jul 22, 2016

Poricha Rasam

          I make rasam only once or twice a week, because it's only during the weekends, we have a full course meal for lunch, the other days I pack lunch, it's either rotis or some rice and most of the days and I make only t...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jul 22, 2016

Zucchini Soup with Tahini and Mint

We just returned from a wonderful vacation in Denmark. It was a rather spontaneous decision. We had to find a family friendly last minute destination, so Baltic sea beaches and a very quiet rural area sounded just about right. (The German part of the...
by seitan is my motor on Jul 20, 2016

Chipotle Corn Chowder

The sweet, locally-grown Ohio corn is finally coming in, and this soup is so delicious.  If you don’t like spicy soup, you can leave out the chipotle chili spice altogether and it’s still very good.  It’s best made with fresh swe...
by Better Hens and Gardens on Jul 11, 2016

White Chicken Chili

There is one thing with the British weather that you can rely on for sure, and that is that it is highly unpredictable and unreliable!  Today (Sunday)  has been cold and rainy.   The perfect day to make something delicious like this Wh...
by The English Kitchen on Jun 26, 2016

Orange Bell Pepper Ginger Gazpacho

Recipe for an Orange Bell Pepper Ginger GazpachoRelated Posts:Turnip and Red Bell Pepper SoupUdon Noodles with Eggplant, Red Bell Pepper and MangoGinger Roasted ParsnipsMashed Rutabaga with Ginger Roasted PearsCarrot Gnocchi with Red Pepper Sauce...
by Vegalicious on Jun 8, 2016

Garlic and herb croutons

Take homemade croutons to the next level with these garlic herb croutons! Crisp and full of flavors, these are an excellent addition to your salads, soups or as snacks. Garlic Herb Croutons Recipe My daughter loves croutons in her soup, so much that...
by The Seaman Mom on Jun 6, 2016

pork, spinach & coconut curry

You’d assume the people of ungodly hot places would eat foods that don’t require much cooking. Yet in hot countries like India, spicy-hot food is consumed to aid in sweating which in turn helps to cool the body. When I did the research fo...
by The Fresh Aussie on Jun 6, 2016

Vegetable & Chicken Enchilada Soup

I have many versions of some incredible enchilada soup with chicken, however i couldnt resist to add some vegetables to make this simple soup more nourishing and filling. With sweet corns and cooked black beans add the crunchy texture and protein to...
by Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes on Jun 3, 2016

Hungarian egg barley soup – Tarhonyaleves

Tarhonya, this traditional Hungarian egg-based pasta can be considered the heritage of the nomadic lifestyle of past Hungarian sheperds: wandering across the steppes to graze the livestock required foods to be quick and easy to make. Dried pasta coul...

Recipe: Smoky Mexican Quinoa Soup

This is a sponsored post Here’s a quick weeknight supper which is smoky, spicy, packed with flavour and very filling.  (Oh and it’s really good for you too – bonus!).  Your taste buds will be transported to Mexico with every spoo...
by The Veg Space on May 31, 2016


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