I added baby spinach and bok choy to mine. As I dont eat seafood, I omitted the shrimp and fish sauce. In place of fish sauce I added a bit of soy sauce, green curry paste and red miso. To make this a full meal, I also added some maifun rice noodles.
Make this Thai Coconut Soup (Tom Kha) recipe for a quick, tasty, nutritious lunch that comes together in just minutes! Paleo and dairy-free!
We’ve suffered through day two of the raging flu at my house. While subtle moans of what sound to be human agony resonate from the sofa, I’m constantly trying to keep the house decontaminated by hosing down the walls with sanitizer and attaching a tube from my husband’s mouth that leads out the back door. […]
Hi guys! Today I’m share the perfect comforting soup recipe with you…. are you ready….? It’s Wonton Soup!! WOOTWOOT! I know, I know, I know.. a lot of you requested this recipe and I’m finally sharing it~!! The weather is perfect for this warm, cozy, comforting and delicious soup. You can make this same recipe…Read More »
The bok choy at my local Japanese market looked so fresh and green the other day that I had to pick some up. I also scored a few packets of fresh udon noodles and a bunch of spring onions. Cooked in some chicken broth back home, I had a very satisfying bowl of soup within 15 minutes of walking in the door.
This soup is a riff on the Greek avgolemono: a delicious concoction of beaten eggs and lemon juice, whisked into broth and cooked just enough to thicken. While I borrowed the egg and lemon motif, I also added spinach used orzo instead of the rice. This soup has one other curious feature. It really is a pasta and a soup in one — a two’fer.
Soup — it’s the easiest way to warm up your kitchen on a cold day and to feed yourself and your family in one delicious and healthy bowl. But you don’t need a recipe to make soup, especially if you have a clutch of miscellaneous vegetables hanging out in your crisper. Nearly any vegetable can be turned into soup with a little time and effort. If you are craving soup and you have vegetables and broth in your cupboard, you’re all set. Here’s a step-by-step guide to transforming nearly any kind of vegetable into delicious, nourishing soup.
A lighter but still delicious and rich version of grilled cheese and tomato soup.