The original recipe specified soy sauce and goat-cheese, so I modified it. This does sound like it would be great comfort soup. All that stuff to clear out the sinuses and fill and warm the belly.
I’m not sure where this recipe came from, but it’s a grand soup, a beet-based borscht.
I’m not sure where this recipe came from, but it’s a real winner using left over turkey (or even browned ground turkey). I do it without the jalapenos, because I don’t like their taste. Using a habanero would be awesome.
A great wild rice soup recipe. I made this today, 29 January 2012, for lunch with one of our good friends. It was declared a real winner.
Leek soup adds brightness and warmth to winter. Prepare them carefully and leeks will shine as a main mealtime ingredient.
This soup is perfect for a fall day. From Food Network Magazine, October 2012, p 102.
A classic squash soup with the addition of apple cider.
This recipe was printed in the Minneapolis Star/Tribune Taste section the week of December 14th, 2012. It is the recipe used by the famous Lincoln Del restaurant/deli, a family favourite.
Simple cabbage curry recipe - Simple home style Indian cabbage recipe made with peas, spices & herbs.
This chili won my brother first prize for veggie chili in a department chili cookoff. (He was the only entrant, but they could have withheld the award if the chili was no good.)
A really tasty and hearty soup; perfect for the cold months!
A faithful rendition of the famous Skyline Chili from Cincinatti, Ohio.
Another recipe from Betty Rossbottom’s “Sunday Soup” cookbook, page 59
Like it’s cousin, Colorado Red Chili, this recipe came from a friend of mine out in Colorado who goes by the handle Fielding Melish. This is a green variety of chili, a chili verde. Note that the “Colorado” in the title doesn’t mean the Spanish word for “red” – it’s where the recipe originated.
I originally picked up this recipe from a friend who goes by the alter ego of Fielding Melish (cf. Woody Allen movies). This is one of the recipes that I lost and am trying to recreate from memory. I haven’t tried out this version, but it’s the best I can remember it.
This recipe purported to be both dairy free and vegan, yet it listed “unsalted butter”; I replaced it with vegan butter (e.g. Earth Balance Red). It sounds like a really great curry.
This is a classic from my mom’s collection of recipes. I’m not sure where it came from originally, but it sure is a winner!
This recipe provides opportunities for a lot of variation. The spice measures are really inexact (instead of “tablespoons”, I tend to use “mound on palm”, for example. :) ). The ingredients can be played with endlessly, even to the point of making minestrone instead of chili. :) (Just add some macaroni and you’re there, practically.)
Gluten-free ramen swimming in THE most flavorful bacon broth. (Yes, I said bacon broth.) Loaded with veggies, & super easy (even using frozen chicken!) this instant pot bacon ramen noodle comes together in 30 minutes.
Make this Easy Instant Pot Chili Recipe under an hour! Simple umami & spicy Pressure Cooker Beef & Beans Chili to satisfy your hearty comfort food cravings.
Make a big batch of this vegan Instant Pot Lentil Dal and enjoy it for meatless lunches and dinners the rest of the week.
When you just want to throw some chili together and don’t want the canned stuff.
A nice fall/winter soup that can serve as a vegetarian meal
This is a soup we made that turned out so delicious. The recipe made 6 servings, and we had it over 2 days. The second day was even better than the first. I really recommend making this soup a day ahead of time and letting the flavours mingle for a day.
A pretty simple, classic slow-cooker version, modified to be gluten-free and dairy-free, and to fit my needs for preparation.
I made this on Nov 11, 2013, and everyone enjoyed it a lot. A very nicely spiced pumpkin soup, with curry and cumin. This could make an awesome base for a curry, perhaps with the addition of a can of stewed tomatoes.
This is a pretty standard recipe, nothing really special going on here, but split pea soup is one of those wonderful wintery soups. Thick, delicious, and heartwarming.
This actually won a $20,000 prize in a chili cookoff. Must be in the wrist.
It’s a snap to put together this hearty soup before you leave for work. Just add cooked pasta when you get home.
“What happens when you have a Japanese friend that likes chili? You make him wasabi chili.”