Vegetarian, healthy, nutritious, colorful and simple to make (once you’ve chopped the veggies), you can call this a stew or a very hearty soup.
Chicken backs and lots of earthy veggies add phenomenal flavor to chicken soup.
It’s richer and more flavor with a lovely bronze hue.
Subject: Floaters or clunkers
Some matzah balls are so light and fluffy they are known as floaters. Others are so dense and heavy, they are called sinkers or clunkers. Mine are Just-Right because they are somewhere right in the middle. I’ve found one ingredient that makes all the difference.
Move over red gazpacho. Today everything is going green. Green tomatillos, poblanos, jalapeños, onions and cucumbers, blended together with plain yogurt (ok, it's white) into the most velvety, lush, tangy, chilled soup imaginable.
A terrific dinner to warm up those chilly winter nights. It cooks for less than 35 minutes and is guaranteed to help toss away those dreary winter doldroms.
Although the D word isn't part of my New Year's vocabulary, this zesty soup is light enough to qualify for one. It is super fast and aside from a poblano chili pepper, you probably have the other ingredients in your fridge or pantry.
When my 4 children were in elementary school and I had just begun teaching cooking in my home, I liked to try new recipes on them and their dad for dinner. On this particular week, I was working on a pumpkin soup recipe for a Thanksgiving class.
Sweet, spicy, smooth, crunchy, delectable chilled soup. It gives tomato gazpacho some stiff competition.
If you keep the ingredients for this tasty soup in your pantry, fridge or freezer, you can quickly combine them in a saucepan and have dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes. Serve with crusty bread or rolls.
These are no ordinary carrots. Cooking them in honey and then seasoning with cumin makes them so flavorful that they become a conversation piece. Everyone tries to guess the ingredients.