Chilly winters and hot piping bowl of soup while you snuggle in your cosy blanket– Nothing can be more heavenly than this... Right? However making a soup bowl along with the whole dinner, as most of us consider 'soup as the side or the first course of the main meal' is a challenge and we skip making soup as part of our everyday dinner and keep soup bowls either for special guests or wait to eat some other time (that time rarely comes).
(Yes, you eat Soups) in fine dining restaurants.
So if you want to enjoy a wonderful bowl of soup in no time, do not forget to check out the wonderful advanced machine at the end of this food story.
Here are some irresistible traditional soup recipes that you may want to try :-
Tomato Soup: This soup is inspired by the cream of tomato soup in “SAVEUR: The New Classics Cookbook”. This soup has a twist as this simple homemade tomato soup has bacon in it which gives it a different level of flavour. Do you think it will work? Try it out. Click for the recipe Tomato Soup and if you want to find out many more such recipes, Do Check Lindsay’s blog - Pinchofyum
Vegetable Soup: A Bowl of hot piping soup loaded with colourful veggies is a simple delight to brighten up your chill winter night. With Mushroom, Green Onion and protein packed Tofu, it makes a wholesome meal to try this winter. Click for the recipe - Vegetable Soup and many more budget friendly meals on Budgetbytes
French Onion Soup: French Soup and without Wine, It doesn’t work that way. Aroma of caramelized onion with dry white wine will make a classic recipe for your comfy winter night. Click for the recipe - French Onion Soup. If you are looking for some more interesting recipes, you can check out the cookbook by Deb Perelman - The Smitten Kitchen CookBook
Minestrone Soup: Have you tried white (cannellini) beans, Well they are excellent when added to make minestrone soup. Loaded with greens like spring onion, baby bok choy, broccoli, spinach or any other greens which you find in your local market. This is the soup which you must try atleast once. Try something different check out Cannelini Beans. Click for the recipe - Minestrone Soup
Thai Pumpkin Soup: "The creaminess of the pumpkin soup mostly comes from coconut milk which I have used and the smokiness from the roasted pumpkin which is gently spiced, but I made sure that the pumpkin flavor shines above all.This Thai Pumpkin soup with addition of coconut milk and Thai Red curry paste is a classic twist to the regular Pumpkin Soup." ~ This temting soup has been posted by Alka Jena on Plattershare