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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2014/11/25 17:18:47 (permalink)
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Thought I'd drop this in here, since it's probably the soup I eat the most and it's my daughters favourite. I don't add onion or ****ake broth powder to mine, but I'm certainly willing to give it a try now that I've seen this. And I like full sodium Shiro Miso for mine. We also use miso soup as a base for noodles, too. Add in some tofu and yummy happens!
 



I thought they used dried bonito flakes (dashi) as the base for miso soup. 


You can, if you want to make your dashi from scratch (bonito flakes and konbu simmered in water). In the above video they used the much more common instant dashi. All the fishy goodness without the wait. But it probably ain't how grandma-san made it.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2014/11/25 17:30:16 (permalink)
Korean red curry paste that comes in a tub.  I think the name begins with kang......
 
At least I know that it doesn't end with roo.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2014/11/25 17:36:16 (permalink)
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You can, if you want to make your dashi from scratch (bonito flakes and konbu simmered in water). In the above video they used the much more common instant dashi. All the fishy goodness without the wait. But it probably ain't how grandma-san made it.




Sorry,  missed the instant dashi in the video.  That sounds a lot easier.  Hopefully I will find that at my local Asian market.  I love miso soup.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2014/11/25 17:46:28 (permalink)
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Korean red curry paste that comes in a tub.  I think the name begins with kang......
 
At least I know that it doesn't end with roo.


Are you sure?  You Californians eat some strange stuff.....it might just end with roo.
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Re: What are some of your favorite soups 2014/11/25 19:13:35 (permalink)
Here's one I'm not too many have had, Charnina not sure about spelling but it's called ducks blood soup. My grandfather made it. A polish soup. Tasted better than it sounds.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2014/11/26 03:31:46 (permalink)
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I was just discussing czarnina soup with a salesman a few days ago. The only restaurant I have tried it in is Crocus in Milwaukee. You are right, it tastes better than it sounds.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2014/11/26 15:46:13 (permalink)
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You can, if you want to make your dashi from scratch (bonito flakes and konbu simmered in water). In the above video they used the much more common instant dashi. All the fishy goodness without the wait. But it probably ain't how grandma-san made it.



Sorry,  missed the instant dashi in the video.  That sounds a lot easier.  Hopefully I will find that at my local Asian market.  I love miso soup.


I was just by my Japanese market today and invested in a new type of instant dashi. Not sure who makes it, as the box is all in Japanese, but it's imported by IKKO International Trading and has a gold bonito on the face. The thing about this one is that it has no MSG, which almost all the other do have. I don't mind MSG, since it's been shown to have no effect on people, just taste. But I figured I'd give this one a try. It'll make a nice addition to the two or three others that I already have.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2015/02/09 23:07:43 (permalink)
I like beef vegetable soup......Mostly in my free time i prefer this one..
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2015/12/21 00:36:30 (permalink)
Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup is my favorite soup. It's 170-calorie slow-cooker and takes just 25 minutes of prep. 

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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/01/10 02:53:56 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby leethebard 2016/01/10 03:06:00
Meatball Alphabet Soup. Campbell's discontinued it. We make our own now.

Nacho Potato Soup. 1 box of au gratin potato mix, 1 can of Ro Tel, Velveeta, and a can of summer corn.

Edited To Add: found the recipe

1 package (5-1/4 ounces) au gratin potatoes
1 can (11 ounces) whole kernel corn, drained
1 can (10 ounces) diced tomatoes and green chilies, undrained
2 cups water
2 cups 2% milk
2 cups cubed process American cheese (Velveeta)
Dash hot pepper sauce, optional
Minced fresh parsley, optional

Directions: In a 3-qt. saucepan, combine the contents of potato package, corn, tomatoes and water. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 15-18 minutes or until potatoes are tender. Add the milk, cheese and hot pepper sauce if desired; cook and stir until the cheese is melted. Garnish with parsley if desired. Yield: 6-8 servings (2 quarts).


Italian Dumpling. 1 box chicken broth, 1 box frozen spinach, thawed and liquid squeezed out, 1 package gnocchi from the dry pasta section of the store, 1-2 cups cooked leftover chicken, garlic galore seasoning. Put everything except gnocchi into soup pot and bring to a simmer. Add gnocchi. When they float to the top it's ready. Serve with fresh parm on top.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/01/10 03:02:31 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby leethebard 2016/01/10 03:05:56
Tuscan Chicken Noodle: 4 cups chicken broth, 1-2 cups cooked leftover chicken, cannelini beans, 1 can italian style diced tomatoes, drained and 2 cups cooked noodles of your choosing, garlic galore seasoning and cracked black pepper.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/01/10 03:06:06 (permalink)
s_d...love your recipes. Gonna make the dumpling soup and the Tuscan noodle. Thanks so much for sharing!!!!
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/01/10 03:30:51 (permalink)
You're very welcome, Lee! The Italian Dumpling one has been my obsession for about 2 years now. Why make dumplings from scratch when they make gnocchi like that?
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/09 14:59:59 (permalink)
Potato soup with bacon.  Half pureed and half not. :)
 
Beef barley
 
Navy bean with ham
 
Thai chicken coconut
 
All made by me.  Also, Campbell's Tomato made with 3/4 can milk. :D
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/09 15:26:18 (permalink)
I'm with you on the Campbell's tomato, with milk.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/09 15:40:01 (permalink)
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I'm with you on the Campbell's tomato, with milk.


and a toasted cheese sandwich.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/09 15:52:08 (permalink)
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I'm with you on the Campbell's tomato, with milk.


and a toasted cheese sandwich.




And you even called it by the right name. None of that dumb "grilled" cheese stuff.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/09 16:17:42 (permalink)
My favorite soup is my brother's clam chowder. He lives in Poquoson (Bull Island) Va. an old waterman's town next to Hampton/Newport News. His recipe is not Manhattan or New England but an old Va. recipe that is somewhat similar to a chowder that I recently saw on the Food Channel from Rhode Island. The broth is not creamy like New England chowder, but translucent.
Basic recipe is : fresh clams from the Poquoson River, coarsely chopped, chopped potatoes ,celery, onion and bacon, black pepper, dash (or two) of tabasco mixed together and simmered all day. He always makes it for family gatherings and I'll always take a couple of quarts home to freeze for later. 
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/09 17:16:24 (permalink)
I had a chowder similar to that on Tangier Island in the Chesapeake Bay.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/09 17:18:50 (permalink)
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I'm with you on the Campbell's tomato, with milk.


and a toasted cheese sandwich.




And you even called it by the right name. None of that dumb "grilled" cheese stuff.


I have to 'fess up.  I recalled that you took umbrage to "grilled cheese" in a previous thread.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/09 17:41:56 (permalink)
Any soup that I happen to be making at the time is my favorite.  Sometimes it's just whatever you have in the fridge and pantry.......carrots, onions, celery, leeks, cabbage, sausage, a can of Cannellini beans, maybe some tomato sauce, maybe a little pasta like ditalini or acini de pepe.  But for old standards, pasta e fagiole, Serbian sauerkraut and bean, broccoli cheddar and maybe my favorite......Italian wedding soup.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/09 21:14:09 (permalink)
Italian wedding soup....that's one of my favorites. What my mom called "meatball soup"!
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/09 23:25:23 (permalink)
Never met a soup I didn't like.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/10 00:06:54 (permalink)
Made a big pot of cream of asparagus, Velvety smooth with lots of cream and butter, just the way it should be.
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/10 07:09:33 (permalink)
Loved a Peruvian chicken soup I had in a restaurant, and make my own now; I use my own stock, and blend a large bunch of cilantro (stems and all) in a blender with a little bit of the stock, and add it. The soup is green and so fresh tasting. I add whatever veg I feel like; the traditional calls for potato also but generally I keep mine to veg and chicken. Then cooked rice on the side, added when served.

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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/10 11:40:23 (permalink)
That looks wonderful!
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Re:What are some of your favorite soups 2016/03/10 11:47:46 (permalink)
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I'm with you on the Campbell's tomato, with milk.


and a toasted cheese sandwich.




And you even called it by the right name. None of that dumb "grilled" cheese stuff.


I have to 'fess up.  I recalled that you took umbrage to "grilled cheese" in a previous thread.

Velveeta in that toasted cheese? Now that's a throwback meal.
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