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The Soup Topic (2013–)


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21 hours ago, C. sapidus said:

Gingery cauliflower soup, from Madhur Jaffrey's 'Quick and Easy Indian Cooking'. This is a long-time favorite.




Stir fry onion, ginger, and garlic, and then add ground cumin, coriander, turmeric, and cayenne. Mix in cauliflower florets, peeled and cubed red potato, and the last of Mrs. C's turkey stock. Simmer until the potatoes are tender, blend, and then finish with heavy cream.


Looks good. I do something very similar (flavour wise) with butternut squash.



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Another batch of squash soup. Peeled and roasted 2 delicata squash and 1 white-fleshed sweet potato. Sauteed diced red onion and garlic, peeled/chopped Granny Smith apple, added a carton of stock, seasonings, handful of raw cashews. Simmered a bit, added the roasted veg and juice from half an orange, simmered more until everything was soft and then blended it up. Very good, the orange juice is subtle in the background.

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Zucchini and potato soup here.  Nothing exciting but tasty enough.  Next for red pepper soup and then carrot soup next.  Hmmm...then another batch of Hamburger Soup.  Livin' the dream.


Oh, and potato and bacon soup.  

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