Tag Archives: Soup

BROCCOLI AND CHEDDAR SOUP

  This Broccoli and Cheddar soup is on a regular menu rotation at our house. It is creamy, delicious and healthy soup without any junk. There are, of course, so many variations of this soup, but this one is my favorite. It is so smooth and silky, lightened up with coconut milk, instead of cream, and… Continue reading »

SPLIT PEA SOUP

Introducing my take on simple traditional Split Pea Soup. One simple ingredient that I’ve been using takes this soup to the whole new level! – as we all know, soup is one of the most versatile dishes in the cook’s repertoire. In my house, soup served daily for lunch. What can be better than a bowl… Continue reading »

ZUPPA TOSCANA RECIPE

I first tried Zuppa Toscana at Olive Garden Restaurant. It is such a delicious hearty soup made of Italian sausage, potatoes, and kale, enhanced with garlic and spices, and mmm… so good. I would often crave this soup on a weeknight, when its just impossible to go out. Good news are, this recipe is quick and easy, and… Continue reading »

CREAM OF MUSHROOM SOUP

I have a confession to make: I’m not a big fan of mushrooms! There I said it. I like picking mushrooms, I like cooking with mushrooms, just don’t eat them that’s all. My husband is a different story. He loves anything that has mushrooms in it. I on the other hand am very happy to indulge his craving… Continue reading »

BUCKWHEAT SOUP

  Did you know that buckwheat is not wheat at all? It is used like a grain, but it is neither a cereal nor grass, it is a fruit seed. Buckwheat seeds are rich in starch, proteins, minerals like calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, and antioxidants. Buckwheat helps maintain the health of the digestive and cardiovascular systems…. Continue reading »

EASY CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP

Soup is one of the most versatile dishes in the cook’s repertoire, and whatever the occasion, you can be sure there will be a soup to fit the bill. The ingredients on which a soup can be based are equally varied. You can create delicious soups with anything from fish to fruit. Russian and Ukrainian people used… Continue reading »