Paul Bertolli's Cauliflower Soup Recipe on Food52. Ribollita - Tuscan White Bean Soup. This day will never come again.
~Merton Throughout Tuscany, White Bean Stew is called Ribollita, which translates to “re-boiled.” This hearty stew originated in hilltop villages throughout Tuscany during the Middle Ages, where hungry, hard-working peasants who served table-side to their wealthy landowners, would pocket the leftover crusts and crumbs and bits of meat after abundant feasts and add these to their soups and stews at home. Nothing was wasted. Traditionally, it’s a big pot of soup made with simple garden vegetables like onions, carrots, celery, kale, tomatoes and cannellini beans (or white beans) in a flavorful broth, thickened with bread, then reheated and eaten several days in row, getting better and better each day. This recipe can be made vegan or vegetarian – the pancetta is optional and can be omitted all together – but for extra depth of flavor, try adding a bit of Parmesan rind to the simmering soup.
But feel free to make it your own. Miso Soup With Mixed Seasonal Vegetables. Pressure Cooker French Onion Soup. My Legendary French Onion Soup – My French Heaven. Here is a dish that is a true pillar of the French culinary tradition!
One would even say an icon of traditional French cuisine. I had posted about this years ago, but I thought we were due for a refresher post. Plus it’s so darn cold outside :0) Try the recipe and tell me how it was. For the anecdote, the onion soup was called the soup of the drunks, because it hides very well the smell of red wine: 0) My recipe seems so simple that you could be tempted to add beer, wine or beef/chicken broth. For 3 bowls: – Cut 9 small yellow onions into thin strips (small onions have more flavor and less water) and sauté them in butter. . – Sprinkle a small tablespoon of flour and mix well – Add 1.5 liters of water and let simmer for about 15mn. . – Put the soup into ovenproof bowls up to half a centimeter from the top (the pictures show that I was about a quarter of an inch too low)
Miso Soup Recipe. Bonappetit. 30-Minute Pressure Cooker Pho Ga (Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup) Ditch the dairy to make this creamy roasted cauliflower soup. This time of year, with the weather getting colder, I love to serve soup for supper.
It’s an easy sell at my house, where The Husband is a soup-aholic. But with a soup this good, I firmly believe you can sell anyone on it. The trick is to amp up the flavour, vary the texture, and make it substantial. Here I started by roasting — not boiling — the cauliflower. Roasting eliminates excess water, brings the natural sugars to the fore, and concentrates the flavours (adding some nuttiness in the process). You may notice that there’s no dairy in this recipe. READ MORE: 4 easy ways to cut carbs with cauliflower Similarly, there’s no flour or cornstarch here. Embrace the Savory Side With This Japanese Squash Soup. A creamy, savory, dairy-free squash soup.
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Nathan Myhrvold, the CEO of Intellectual Ventures and former CTO of Microsoft, along with Chris Young, Maxime Billet, and a cast of dozens, is publishing the most anticipated cookbook since Apicius. Ditch the dairy to make this creamy roasted cauliflower soup. I-Can't-Believe-It's-Not-Dairy Pumpkin Bisque. Sweet Potato Soup with Miso and Ginger — Weeknight Dinner Recipes from The Kitchn. Creamy sweet potatoes, spicy ginger, and sweet and salty miso all meet in this easy, delicious soup that my family has been enjoying the last few days.
When I first served it, my husband had a hard time pinning down the flavors — we both thought it tasted fruity, although I knew there was no apple or orange in the recipe. It's thick, creamy, bright, and an excellent use for leftover sweet potatoes. A yogurt drizzle adds a tangy touch and more warming spice. This soup makes an easy weeknight meal all on its own, especially if you already have a few leftover roasted sweet potatoes in the fridge. For a more complete meal, add a side salad or bulk it up with some chickpeas. Luxurious 7-Vegetable and “Cheese” Soup. Grocery shopping while hungry – oh boy.
It seems to happen all too often, despite my best intentions. Sometimes, simply being in the proximity of tasty looking food makes me hungry. Quick Miso Soup Recipe. A Seasonal Cook in Turkey: Tarhana Çorbası/Tarhana Soup. Once upon a time many centuries ago, there was a Sultan who was a guest at a poor peasant’s house.
There was no food to offer him as such and this was the only dish the poor peasant wife could quickly prepare. She said this is ‘dar hane’ soup, meaning this is the soup of a ‘poor house’ and thus over time the word evolved into tarhana. Tarhana is in fact the first instant soup ever and was invented by the Central Asian Turks many moons ago; over time it spread to the neighbouring Balkans. When you next go to the market, look out for containers or sacks of these rather nondescript-looking powdery granules. If you are like me, you won’t even register them unless you know what they are. Tarhana is not something that I or anyone I know would ever aspire to make from scratch: this is the preserve of the villagers who do a marvellous job of cutting, trimming and drying all the glorious summer vegetables and herbs to make this winter staple and it happens at the end of August or early September.
Binnur's Turkish Cookbook: Tarhana Soup. (Tarhana Corbasi) 2-3 tablespoonful tarhana dough (see below)1/2 cup water2 tbsp crushed tomato2-3 cup chicken stockCrushed red pepper, optional1 tsp butter Garnish:Crumbled feta cheese Place the tarhana and 1/2 cup water in a pot.
Leave it alone for 1-2 hours for tarhana to dissolve a bit. Then add in the rest of the ingredients. Place the soup into a bowl, sprinkle some crumbled feta cheese on top and serve while still warm. Tarhana Soup is great for cold winter mornings as breakfast:) This recipe makes 2 servings. Meal Ideas:- Lady's Thighs Kofte, Egg Noodles with Tomato and Carrot Salad. Tarhana Dough Use the mixer to finely chop onions, tomatoes and red peppers. Cover the dough with a clean kitchen towel. It's the end of fermentation when the dough no longer puffs up. Tarhana Soup Recipe.