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Cold Udon Noodles in a Soy Broth with King Mushrooms. I’m about to say something incredibly controversial. Are you ready? Pumpkin spice lattes are fucking gross. They taste like chemicals. They taste like fake syrup. (If you like pumpkin lattes just know that we are still friends. During this strange seasonal transitional period, I like to make things that are flexible in terms of time spent in the kitchen and actual temperature. The ingredients are very flexible. I took a trip to the Japanese market downtown and picked up frozen udon noodles. If you can’t find the frozen noodles, then feel free to use the dried. I put king mushrooms in this soup. That egg is glorious and only took me and Billy a million times to get right but we finally did and it was totally worth it. Cold Udon Noodles in a Soy Broth with King Mushrooms Ingredients Directions To cook the broth: To a medium pot, add the ginger, garlic and water.

Notes Make ahead: This is a really good dish to make ahead. Adapted from Bon Appetit. Detox carrot ginger soup - Clean Food Dirty City. Witches’ Brew {Cheesy Spinach} Soup. Witches’ Brew {Cheesy Spinach} Soup Cooking View We love most holidays in our home, but Halloween is one of our very favorites. The colors, the costumes, the spooky goons and goblins…we are all about it. Of course, the candy doesn’t hurt either. The good people of Eat Wisconsin Cheese recently offered me the opportunity to team up with them and provide some Halloween entertaining ideas, and I jumped at the chance.

Two great strategies for keeping kids excited about eating something other than candy at Halloween is to make it fun and let them be involved with the process. Disclaimer: I received compensation from Eat Wisconsin Cheese for ingredients and my time developing content for their site, including this recipe. Mushroom Soup. Method Place the porcini in a small dish, add boiling water just to cover, and leave to soak. Get a large casserole-type pan nice and hot, then add a good couple of lugs of olive oil and your fresh mushrooms.

Stir around very quickly for a minute, then add your garlic, onion and thyme and a small amount of seasoning. After about a minute you'll probably notice moisture cooking out of the mushrooms and at this point add half of your porcini, chopped up, and the rest left whole. Strain the soaking liquid to remove any grit, and add it to the pan. Season to taste, and add your stock. You can serve this soup as you like, but there are a few things to remember when finishing it off. . • adapted from Jamie's Dinners. How to Make a Basic Bone Broth Recipe. 5-ingredient Black Bean and Salsa Soup. Word on the street is that it is cold out there and you all could use a little warming up. Am I right?! This soup is one of my “don’t time have time to cook, always have the ingredients on hand, every body loves it” recipes.

I cannot even remember when I started making this black bean and salsa soup, but it is in constant rotation. The recipe is easy enough to remember on its own and can be customized so many different ways I lost count when trying to figure it out. I like to grab a few containers of Whole Foods mild salsa for this soup from the produce department, but feel free to use homemade, jarred, fire roasted or even your favorite restaurants salsa for a completely different spin on this soup. Did I mention it all cooks in one pan and only takes 20 minutes? 5-ingredient Black Bean and Salsa Soup Author: Beard And Bonnet Serves: 4 servings Ingredients Instructions Heat the olive oil over medium heat in a large soup pot. Easy 15-Minute Miso Soup. So I’m really petrified of bugs. Any kind of bugs – like, even gnats give me the heeby-jeebies. I’m such a little whiny girl about bugs – which is why I have never ever gone camping in my life. I don’t think I’d survive. You know those shows that are like “Fear Factor” where you challenge yourself to test your ultimate fear, like be in a coffin full of spiders or something whack like that?

Yeah, I would probably cry my eyes out. The last time these things came out, I was only 9 years old BUT they left such a vivid memory for me because I probably almost peed my pants. Miso soup: this isn’t a very Easter-like dish, I know, but it definitely suits the weather we’ve been having around here lately. This soup is a staple in Japanese restaurants. Well, it’s really not as intimidating as it seems. You also need a packet of dried seaweed. And the last thing you need is silken soft tofu. Easy 15-Minute Miso Soup Author: Julie Wampler Recipe type: Main Entree, Soup Cuisine: Japanese Prep time:

The Vegan Stoner: Hobo Stew. Shilvio said... I will try this promptly! : ) December 26, 2012 Mike said... Such a relief to know that you guys are back. December 27, 2012 Anonymous said... Hooray! December 27, 2012 Kendy P said... perfect for cold weather! December 28, 2012 Alice | Smokin Tofu said... Only just discovered your blog! December 28, 2012 Glad to see another post! December 30, 2012 Alexis said... I love your blog! January 05, 2013 Amy Paskalides said... I made this today and it was delicious! January 07, 2013 Stephanie Thurow said... Hi! January 07, 2013 Hi! January 13, 2013 V said... Looks very tasty and I love your explanation,it is so sweet! January 15, 2013 January 21, 2013 Andrea said... Love this!

January 24, 2013 B said... as a vegan stoner myself, i LOVE your blog, i will most definitely be purchasing your snack book soon, not only for the tasty treat ideas and cute little animations, but because i would REALLY love to see The Vegan Stoner Cookbook up for purchasing very soon! January 27, 2013 Vegan NZ said... yummm! How to Make Broth from Bonito Flakes (Quick Fish Stock)

“Fish stock will cure anything” “Good broth will resurrect the dead” ~ South American proverbs Fish broth made from bonito flakes is an easy, fast and highly economical stock. It is delicious to sip alone or as a base for soup as used traditionally in Japanese cuisine. I personally feel that fish stock is a must to teach your children before they leave home. It is so easy to make, and absolutely the fastest of all traditional broths. I recently taught my teenage son how to make fish stock with fish heads and bonito flakes. What is Bonito Broth? Bonito broth, also called dashi, is a fish stock traditional to Japan. The Japanese have historically valued bonito broth as a remedy for colds and fatigue and to improve blood circulation. At the conclusion of the trial, the people who ingested bonito broth during the study had far improved systolic blood pressure readings than those ingesting plain water. What are Bonito Flakes? Bonito flakes are made from dried, fermented, and smoked skipjack tuna.

Elle's New England Kitchen - Elle's New England Kitchen - Simple Tomato Soup (Campbell’s Copycat) It’s cold today. COLD. Twenty degrees F, to be exact. It’s soup weather! Last night when I served this, it was six degrees, and “felt like” eighty gazillion below zero(that last fact has not been verified by anyone but me). And what’s more comforting and hearty than tomato soup with a grilled cheese sandwich on the side?

Well, I’m sure everyone has their favorite, but for me, this one’s right up there at the top of the list! Looking at the ingredients on the CS can, you’ll see tomato puree, water, HFCS, wheat flour, salt, vegetable oil, flavoring, ascorbic acid and citric acid. Penguins love tomato soup, did you know? Give it a taste after you add the butter, and I’m pretty sure you won’t need salt--I didn’t need any. Simple Tomato Soup (Campbell's Copycat) Makes just about 9 cups (2 1/4 quarts) 1 (26 oz) box of Pomi Strained Tomatoes (you can use a 28 oz can if you can't find Pomi) 1 (6 oz) can tomato paste 5 cups vegetable broth 1/2 tsp garlic powder 3 tbsp sugar 2 tbsp butter.

Tomato Soup | The Cooking Geek. Jump to Ingredients – Jump to Method – Jump to Printable Version Tomato soup is one of the most popular soups in the world. Unfortunately, however, to most people the idea of tomato soup has become synonymous with the factory produced, condensed canned varieties. While condensed, canned soups are convenient, they greatly lack in flavour, and you never really know what is in them, with those cleverly worded ingredient listings featuring things like “spices” or “natural flavours”. Not to mention the questionable ingredients that are often listed such as MSG. This recipe is not designed to be quick and convenient.

This recipe makes four servings. 2 28 oz (796 ml) cans of Whole Tomatoes (or about 4 pounds of fresh tomatoes, peeled) The quality of the tomatoes will make or break the soup. 1 cup Chicken Broth It may seem strange for there to be chicken broth in a tomato soup but it is actually very important to add some deep savoury notes to the flavour of the soup. ½ Small Onion, diced Method:

Miso Soup - The View from Great Island. Who can live on cookies alone? In between batches of crackles and ginger snaps I made a big pot of Miso Soup. My daughter requested it and we all agreed it’s the perfect post-Thanksgiving food. One bowl has the power to redeem you and your guilty conscience from all those extra helpings of pecan pie.

Miso soup was one of the first things I cooked for myself when I was in college. It’s a staple in Japan, and you’ve probably had it in Japanese restaurants. The soup is basically a thin miso infused broth, and when you get it in restaurants it usually has very little in it, maybe a slice or two of scallion floating around. Miso is a Japanese fermented paste, usually made from rice, barley and or soybeans. Making miso soup gives you the perfect excuse to experiment with some of the exotic, loose mushroom varieties you always pass by when you’re doing your grocery shopping. What You Will Need Instructions Heat the stock and water to a simmer and add the mushrooms and tofu.

Creamy Chicken and Wild Rice Soup. Do you have a PINTEREST account? You can follow me HERE on Pinterest, I’d love to have you follow! Share on Pinterest I’ve definitely lost count by now of how many soup recipes I’ve posted this winter. When it’s winter I’m obsessed. I get cold so easy and there is nothing that can warm you quite like a comforting and hearty bowl of warm, homemade soup. This soup is a new flavor to me. I’ve never made a wild rice soup so I figured it was about time. If you are looking to make this soup gluten free, it could probably be done by swapping out the flour for half the amount of cornstarch and blending it well with some of the milk instead (of course you wouldn’t be making a roux anymore but I’d still add in some of the butter for flavor and richness).

Share on Pinterest Share on Pinterest Creamy Chicken and Wild Rice Soup Ingredients Directions Prepare rice according to directions listed on package. Share on Pinterest. Chick’n & Dumplings | Made Just Right by Earth Balance. Posted April 23, 2012 by Jennifer Russell-Fenus A vegan version of a favorite comfort food, Chicken & Dumplings. It's very filling and is a meal in itself. Add whatever veggies you like/have on hand (potatoes, peas, carrots, corn, green beans, celery,mushrooms, etc). Though you can use dried herbs, fresh herbs make this dish stand out brilliantly (sage, oregano, parsley, thyme, basil, rosemary, tarragon, etc).

There are many different brands of chicken-style seitan available on the market, some with broth/gravy and others without. If the seitan you've purchased is in gravy or broth, feel free to use that as part of your liquid component. You may also opt to make your own seitan and use that instead. Prep Time : 10 min Cook Time : 40 min Yields: 6 Ingredients Directions 1.

Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast) {Slow Cooker} Sweet potato, chicken, and quinoa soup | Chelsea's Messy Apron. New Nostalgia – Cheesy Tortellini Crockpot Soup. This recipe Cheesy Tortellini Crockpot Soup caught my eye on Pinterest. The pinner said this was “the BEST crockpot meal I’ve tried yet.” That was enough to perk my ears up! I’ve wanted an easy, go-to, just -throw- it- all- together vegetarian crockpot recipe, and this was just the thing. I was unable to find the original source of the recipe on Pinterest, but if I could I would thank the person who shared this awesome recipe. I’ve made it twice in a few months, and it was a hit with my family. The flavor is really nice and the soup is filling and delicious. Even though it is not the lowest calorie meal, I take comfort in knowing it has a bunch of greens in it and a good bit of tomatoes. Cheese Tortellini Crockpot Soup 16 oz frozen tortellini 1 small bag fresh spinach 2 cans (15 oz) Italian style diced tomatoes 1 box or 4 cups vegetable broth 1 block (8oz) cream cheese salt & pepper to taste Put all ingredients in the crockpot, chunking up the cream cheese.

Enjoy! 5-Ingredient Pesto Chicken Soup. 5-Ingredient Pesto Chicken Soup This 5-Ingredient Pesto Chicken Soup is seriously one of the best soups I've ever had. It's super easy to make, full of great flavor, naturally gluten-free, and CRAZY good! Whoa. I just realized that 2 weeks from today, I will be in Italy! Italia!!! (Oh yeah, and today I also just realized when reading my flight confirmation email that I fly out next Tuesday instead of Wednesday, the date I’d had in my mind for months. Tiny detail. ;)) Still, assuming I catch the correct plane and actually make it across the pond, I cannot wait to be in Europe!

So to (ahem) get my palate in the Italian spirit before leaving, I have been doing the hard work of making and eating endless batches of fresh homemade pesto. The old recipe that I had on the blog was just a simple spinach and white bean soup with pesto swirled in. And oh my goodness, just like the Mexi version, this soup could not be easier to make. Cheers to great Italian food! Ingredients: Directions: Egyptian Red Lentil Stew | Serenity in the Storm. I’m in Pittsburgh visiting my family. My mom and I made a delicious dinner last night–red lentil stew, farro salad, and roasted asparagus. I can’t wait to share the amazing farro salad recipe from my mom with you, but for now here is the red lentil stew, which is one of Eric’s and my favorite go-to meals back in Seattle when we’re wanting something quick, warming and hearty.

While it’s hearty, this is not a heavy stew, which makes it good even for warmer weather. The combination of cumin, coriander and fresh cilantro give this stew a bright, complex flavor. The Recipe Serves 4-5 1 medium onion, diced 1 1/2 tsp ground cumin 1 tsp ground coriander 1/8-1/4 tsp ground red pepper 1 15-oz can of fire roasted tomatoes (I like the ones from Trader Joe’s that are fire-roasted with green chiles) 1 cup dried red lentils 3 cups low-sodium vegetable broth 1 cup fresh cilantro, chopped juice of 1/2 lemon fresh ground pepper and salt to taste.

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