The flavorful secret of this soup is that the broth comes from the liquid of the canned tomatoes. Mix and match your favorite vegetables and herbs to tailor this healthy recipe to suit your family’s preferences.
Split pea soup is a comfort foot that sticks to your ribs, and this traditional recipe will serve it up just like your mom always made it…with the convenience of a slow cooker. For a vegetarian option, substitute low-sodium vegetable broth for part or all of the water and omit the ham bone.
This thick, hearty soup is perfect for fall or winter, for a busy day on the run or a long-day of reading, curled up by the fire. It will bring a smoky zing to chilly nights—just make sure you taste the soup as you season it to make sure you have not too little and… Read more »
Peanuts are the hearty star of this spicy African dish. For a thicker soup, add a extra brown rice. For a little extra kick, increase the cayenne paper.
The key to this traditional Indian dish is constant tasting. Adjust the seasonings to suit your own tastes, and take the time to concentrate the flavors down before serving. Serve with brown rice or whole grain flatbread.
Your palate will be stunned by the juxtaposition of the hot flavor of spicy harissa sauce and the soothing cool of yogurt pureed with bell peppers. Serve with a crisp side salad.
Mix up your family’s tomato soup routine with this spicy, grain-filled version. If you don’t have an immersion blender, you can smooth the soup in batches in a regular blender or food processor.