Who doesn’t’ love Turkey Soup? The day after Thanksgiving means lots of leftovers and that means turkey soup. Don’t waste the turkey carcass! The delicious broth combined with a few vegetables and noodles is gold mine of flavor.
Posts in category Soups
This fragrant split-pea soup made with touch of curry, cumin and sweet paprika is so creamy and velvety, hearty, thick, and flavorful. Topped with bacon and fresh chopped green onions, mmmm….Just pick up crusty bread and enjoy.
I bought a bag of Harvest Grains Blend at Trader Joe’s. It’s combination of Israeli couscous (also known as pearl couscous), red quinoa, baby garbanzo beans, and orzo. The mix of whole grains, especially quinoa, is very good for you. It makes a delicious, hearty and satisfying soup that you can customize with your own blend of vegetables. For a boost of protein, I added chicken meatballs. Add the fresh herbs at the very end, right before you serve the soup. Super easy, healthy and delicious soup; highly recommended!!!
There are many different variations on Italian Wedding Soups, but the main ingredients are meatballs and greens in a clear broth. Tender Parmesan rich meat balls are floating around in a rich homemade chicken stock surrounded by egg ribbons and fresh kale. If you like hearty soups you defiantly can add some small shaped pasta to it. I like mine more of lighter version. Let’s make some soup!!!
This soup will bring Tuscany, Italy to your corner of the world, wherever you may be. Potatoes, Italian sausage, kale, onions, garlic, bacon, and cream make for a delicious soup. Make this classic hearty soup at home and it will hit the spot on cold winter days. My family loves it.
I love soups, especially in the cold weather. There’s nothing better than coming home from work to a soup waiting for you in the crock-pot. The night before I sautéed vegetables and refrigerated them. In the morning before I left for work, I threw all the ingredients in the crock-pot and set it on low for 8 hours. Later that day I came home to warm deliciousness.
Rassolnik –is a very common traditional Russian soup made from pickled cucumbers, barley and beef. Also you can have vegetarian version. What I love about this soup is it’s incredibly versatile, healthy, easy to make, and delicious.
Green Borscht is a soup that people in Russia and Ukraine make during spring or early summer, when sorrel is at its best. Sorrel is a green leaf vegetable/herb native to Europe. In appearance it resembles spinach but it contains oxalic acid.
In this recipe, the soup is made with sorrel but you can use your favorite greens: kale, collards, chard or spinach.
This wonderful combination of sorrel, cubes of potatoes and slices of carrots in a chicken broth with drizzle of sour cream and sliced boiled egg make a healthy, delicious and refreshing summer soup.
Borsch has many forms and ways of cooking and this is a variation of my family recipe.The key component of borsch is beet, which creates a special taste and color of the dish. What’s also great about this dish is that it tastes better on the second day, so you can make it in advance. ~ read more ~
This a Russian favorite. Ukha, sometimes also spelled as Uha, is a Russian fish soup which is mostly just fish broth.
You can use pretty much any kind fresh fish. I prefer to make it with Atlantic salmon. ~ read more ~
This soups has very delicate flavor, yet is hearty enough to stand as it’s own meal with a little crusty bread!!! ~ read more ~