I developed this recipe while in the Dominican Republic. Living in a small, rural beach town, I had to be resourceful with ingredients that were available and affordable. Carrots grow like crazy there, so this was an easy, delicious recipe that I used to make for my friends during the rainy season. It’s the first recipe I really ever developed myself, and I still love it. Garnish as desired with microgreens, chopped chives, toasted sliced almonds, or chia seeds.
As the weather turns colder and the days get shorter, and maybe you start feeling those winter blues, make a big pot of this red curry chicken and pumpkin soup. When people think of comfort food, they usually don’t think of it as exciting and interesting, but this incredibly tasty soup is the rare exception. It will warm your heart and sooth your soul, but stimulate you at the same time with its lovely contrast of flavors and textures.
I took my favorite wild rice soup and substituted freekeh in its place. Feel free to add chopped cooked chicken for an even heartier soup.
A black bean puree is mixed with chunky sweet potatoes and kissed with some lime at the end. A mixture of Mexican flavors that will have you coming back for more.
We’re doing a very fresh twist on the classic cream of tomato soup with a grilled cheese sandwich. Since we’re using fresh tomatoes at their peak of vine-ripened goodness, this simple soup is going to be not quite, but almost, 100% tomato.
This was something I created off the cuff because I thought the flavors would combine well… and boy, did they! Star anise is used in pho which I love, and the aroma of carrots is just spellbinding and they go well together.
Homemade vegetable soup utilizing frozen veggies that is packed full of flavor and on your table in less than 45 minutes. I love a good homemade vegetable soup and find myself buying frozen veggies just so I can make this. Eliminate the celery and there is no chopping whatsoever. It doesn’t get any easier than dumping it all, giving it a stir, and walking away.
Perfectly seasoned tortilla soup in under 1 hour. Delicious! Top soup with a dollop of sour cream, non-fat Greek yogurt or non-fat cottage cheese, grated cheese, crushed tortilla chips or tostadas, and avocado.
This soup is lightly sweet with just a little bite of heat from the jalapeno. The combination of both blended and diced melon and cucumber, plus the blueberries, also give it a nice contrast in texture.