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      Favorite soup recipes?

      We have to figure out this vegetable situation. I'm thinking soup. Lots and lots of soup. Because I really like soup.

      Please post your favorite recipes here.

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      This uses a few vegetables up. I quadruple it to use up all the red pepper, a small red onion and the whole can of beans. It freezes well but is nicest freshly made. If you use whole milk and chicken broth (instead of the water the original called for) you don't need to put the tortilla chips in but they are nice with. Variation in amounts doesn't matter much. It's a Blendtec recipe but any blender would work.

      Tortilla Soup

      This soup is great for a quick, flavorful supper.
      Ingredients

      2 Roma tomatoes, quartered
      12 large carrot
      1 slice red pepper, approximately ⅓ cup
      1/4 avocado
      2 tbsp onion
      1 chunk pepper jack cheese
      2 sprigs fresh cilantro
      1 tsp no-salt herb seasoning
      34 tsp kosher salt
      3/4 tsp garlic powder
      1 can chicken broth with enough milk added to make 2 cups total liquid
      12 cup tortilla chips
      1/4 cup corn
      1/4 cup black beans rinsed and drained

      INSTRUCTIONS

      1. Add all ingredients but tortilla chips, corn and black beans to FourSide or WildSide+ jar in order listed and secure lid.
      2. Select "Soup" or "Hot" or "90" cycle (might want to run cycle twice for desired heat) or blend on a high speed for 90-180 seconds.
      3. Add tortilla chips, corn and black beans, secure lid, and press "Pulse" 2–3 times.

      NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

      • Servings 4.0
      • Sodium 350 mg
      • Serving Size 1 c
      • Carbohydrates 5 g
      • Calories 60
      • Fiber 2 g
      • Fat 3.5 g
      • Sugar 3 g
      • Saturated Fat 1.5 g
      • Protein 2 g
      • Cholesterol 5 mg
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      Snowshoe Yum.....

      I love Minestrone soup
      Minestrone Soup Recipe | Ellie Krieger | Food Network

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      Panera has a tasty low fat garden vegetable soup with pesto that I tried last summer and really liked. I haven't tried making this recipe but it's supposed to be similar and sometimes these things are more concept than actual recipe.

      Panera Vegetable Soup - The Little Kitchen

      There's also gazpacho, this recipe looks enticing

      Andalusian Gazpacho Recipe | Serious Eats

      or some of these:

      14 Chilled Soups to Make the Most of Summer Produce | Serious Eats

      Corn chowder, yes!

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      Two favorites here, vegetable beef and split pea, both of which can be made in large quantities and freeze very well. Usually at the first signs of fall I make both and am set for the winter.
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      I was going to say tortilla soup too. We do it in a crockpot. I replaced the canned tomatoes with about 6-8 romas or other kinds. You can use fresh corn. You can also toss in a little cubed zucchini in at the end.
      Slow-Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup Recipe - Allrecipes.com

      We do this one as well, it was hard to find a close recipe as the one we use is from Dave's mom on a recipe card. This was close, ours you add a pepper in (they said green, we use red)
      Italian Sausage, Zucchini, and Macaroni Soup - Kalyns Kitchen

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      I made this one last night. Hopefully it will take care of a lot of zucchinis. I planted way too many zucchinis. I really like them. Not that much but didn't think they would all take.

      Creamy Zucchini Soup

      3 medium zucchinis
      16 oz chicken broth
      1/2 onion
      2 garlic cloves
      sour cream to taste

      Put everything but the sour cream into a pot and simmer for 20 minutes. Blend until smooth then add sour cream and blend again.

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      Made this one yesterday. We both really liked it. I used the remaining Butternut Squash from last fall. Surprised it was still okay to use. I started using Pepperplate to keep track of all my recipes. It’s a free ap and works well for us.



      Slow Cooker Coconut Curry Soup


      Really good soup and easy to make
      YIELD

      6-8 servings
      CATEGORIES

      slow cooker, soups, fish/seafood




      INGREDIENTS


      • Soup
        • 4 cup Butternut Squash, peeled and cut into cubes (1 medium-sized squash)
        • 1 can (14oz/398mL) coconut milk
        • 2 cup chicken stock
        • 1 tbsp red curry paste
        • 8 pieces fresh ginger, about 1/2” thick
        • 2 tsp fish sauce (substitute Worcestershire sauce??)
        • 1 tbsp Honey

      • Garnish
        • 1 lb shrimp
        • Lime juice
        • 1 green onion, chopped




      INSTRUCTIONS



        • Place all soup ingredients in slow cooker. Cover and cook on low 6 hours (warm for 2hours),
        • Remove ginger pieces. Blend the soup until smooth using an immersion blender or blender. Return to slow cooker.
        • Increase heat to high. Add shrimp and stir. Cover and cook 15 to 30 minutes, depending on size of shrimp until fully cooked.
        • Just before serving, add lime juice.




      NOTES

      Used chicken bullion for chicken stock
      Worcestershire sauce instead of fish sauce



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      Quote Originally Posted by Kleb View Post
      Made this one yesterday. We both really liked it. I used the remaining Butternut Squash from last fall. Surprised it was still okay to use. I started using Pepperplate to keep track of all my recipes. It’s a free ap and works well for us.
      I need to make that very soon. My butternuts are already coming in. I'll have them in a week.

      Organizing recipes has been so frustrating for me. I'll check out that app.

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