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Simple and nutritious, this is one of my favorite “feel better” soups- one I often make when someone isn’t feeling 100%. Like many soups and stews, this mellow, comforting recipe tastes even better after a day or two, becoming creamier and more flavorful with time.
This impressive mountain of fresh herbs, veggies, noodles, and scrumptious caramelized tofu is a beautiful sight to behold- especially when presented as your dinner. Inspired by a traditional Vietnamese soup, this spectacular meal-in-itself is fun to assemble and quite easy to make.
Elegant and attractive, rich yet refreshing, this is not your typical black bean soup. The secret ingredient is chocolate, which imparts a rich, subtly sweet flavor. The delicious Summer Salsa provides a lovely contrast in both color and texture; it’s the perfect crowning jewel.
Also known as schi, this Russian-inspired sweet and sour cabbage soup is a full-flavored, fuss-free homestyle recipe that’s super-easy, quick, and inexpensive to make. Tangy, unique, and satisfying, it feels like a special soup despite the everyday ingredients.
My friend Diana has a knack for simple one-dish meals that offer a variety of pleasing textures, colors, and flavors. This recipe is a prime example. The smooth tomato broth is fragrant with sweet, mellow curry spices, while the minted couscous with luscious medjool dates creates a beautiful centerpiece. When making it as an appetizer,
This colorful, enlivening chowder is great for both summer and winter. The lime and cilantro impart light, refreshing flavors, while hearty yucca and rich coconut make it substantial and satisfying.