Despite the fact we recently had a few warm days; the weather has changed to a bit colder again, so a warm soup came to mind. However, since it’s really not that cold, I’ve decided to skip the heavier wintry soups, and make a lighter vegetables based soup. Continue reading “Tomato-Pepper Soup with Clementine and Celery”
One of the best remedies for grey gloomy days, is to have a bowl of bright colored, velvety tasty warm soup. Continue reading “Orange Vegetables and Pineapple Soup”
When I saw this beautiful bunch of fresh Hakurei turnips at the store, I immediately grabbed it, as they are not always available. These turnips are quite different from the more known ones: they have finer texture, a delicate sweetish peppery-mustardy flavor and milder aroma. Continue reading “Baby Hakurei Turnip Soup”
Spaghetti squash is sometimes marketed as a healthier alternative to regular spaghetti, and lately, I’ve decided to give it a try. Continue reading “Spiced Squash, Sweet Potato and Orange Soup”
I had variations of sweet and sour shrimps and pineapple soup in several Vietnamese restaurants, some were good, others less so. Yet, even with the lesser ones, I always liked the combination of flavors of the shrimps, pineapple, okra and hardly cooked tomatoes, and I decided to make this soup at home. Continue reading “Shrimp and Pineapple Sweet and Sour Soup”
Buying watermelon is always a kind of gamble – even with all the suggested methods for choosing a good one, once you get home and cut it – it’s always a surprise. Continue reading “Watermelon-Strawberry Chilled Soup and Popsicles”
In the winter, I’m always on the look for a nice plump celeriac (also known as celery root), but too often I find small ones, that are only suitable for flavoring vegetable soups and don’t have enough substance to be cooked on their own. This week I finally got lucky and found one that I could use to make one of my favorite soups – celeriac and apple. Continue reading “Celeriac-Apple Soup and Salad”
After all the elaborated foods of the holiday’s season, it’s time for some simple, hearty dishes. The following rustic soup, which comes from my maternal grandmother’s Sephardic kitchen, is just what is needed on a cold winter’s day. Continue reading “Eggplant and Chickpea Soup”
With abundance of fresh corn to feed my corn addiction, a couple of weeks ago I felt like cooking some nice corn chowder. The weather was still too hot for such a heavy soup, so I came up with a lighter version for it. Continue reading “Corn and Sweet Potato Chowder”
This soup is one of the quickest to make, yet it is so full of flavor and aroma, no one will think it took this little time and effort to prepare it.
It is quite amazing to see how few ingredients can create such a tasty and aromatic soup.
I’m sure you’ll get hooked by its wonderful texture and flavor as well, once you’ll prepare it. Continue reading “Green Pea and Mint Soup”
Many times when the temperatures drop, a simple rustic soup is all that is needed to feel good. Here is a hearty and filling soup, that is loaded with vegetables and thickened with semolina. It is highly nutritious and just perfect for a cold day. Continue reading “Seven Vegetables Soup with Semolina”