Culinary Content: Soup Recipes II – Tomato, Black Bean, Lentil, and More
Culinary Content is a regular feature in my column here at Hubpages where I share the delicious recipes and food related articles I have come across in my travels online. This time, I have more soups for you to explore! We have Tomato, Borlotti Bean and Garlic Soup, Black Bean and Pumpkin Soup, a creamy mushroom and chicken Wild Rice Soup, Leek & Cauliflower Soup, Moroccan Garbanzo Soup, Lentil-Tomato Soup, and finally a Broccoli and Stilton Soup. Enjoy!
If you're looking for a fresh tasting soup with a lot of protein but no meat, check out this creative soup from Michelle at Greedy Gourmet, Tomato, Borlotti Bean and Garlic Soup. She's right, tomato soup is not a meal on its own, but adding beans to it would make it hearty and filling. And she also has a trick to make it less acidic, too!
How about a creamy mushroom soup filled in with wild rice? This Wild Rice Soup from Cast Sugar looks perfect. Nemmie says of it: "Creamy and rich, full of veggies and wild rice and chicken. Yum. So warming on a cold winter evening."
This healthy, simple Leek & Cauliflower Soup from Caviar and Codfish looks like a perfect way to use these neglected vegetables on a cold day. Robin says of it: "It's really sort of a miracle soup-it tastes so luxurious and creamy, but doesn't leave you feeling bloated after a bowlful because there is actually no cream in it. Yup, that's right, no cream. Just cauliflower, leek, onion, broccoli if you want it, and stock. It's amazingly rich and smooth and the addition of caramelized slices of leek and cauliflower as a garnish adds a delicious brown-butter flavor." Sounds great!
Here is a wonderful new way for me to use one of my favorite ingredients, lentils. Lentil-Tomato Soup from The Kitchen Sink. "This soup, despite its rich smoky flavor and velvety luxe texture, won't derail even the most rigorous health-related resolutions."
I still have several soup recipes on my list to share, so watch for more Culinary Content articles showcasing soups!
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