Lots of veggies, herbs and tomato sauce add wonderful flavor and vitamins in this veggie soup but what really amps up the flavor is the addition of sweet potatoes and white beans. Sweet potatoes add a nice sweet creamy texture and the white beans give the soup some heft and added lentil protein. With 1/4 cup of fresh basil, lots of thyme and oregano this soup is deliciously good and comforting. Call it a veggie soup or minestrone soup either works, but best of all is how easy this vegetarian soup is to make. Continue reading Sweet Potato White Bean Minestrone Soup
Hot and sour soup. We love this soup in our family! Hot and sour soup has to be one of our favorite soups, but until recently I never thought of making it at home. We get the most delicious hot and sour soup at our local Chinese restaurants that I never bothered to try. My kids on the other hand are a lot more adventurous and ventured to make this soup at home for our Christmas dinner last month. They did their research and chose to use Jaime Oliver’s vegetarian hot and sour soup recipe and surprisingly it was easier to make than I expected and tasted delicious. Continue reading Hot and Sour Soup
A vegan soup made with loki squash and leeks that are cooked together with coconut milk makes for a delicious creamy squash soup perfect for a low-key Sunday soup day. Loki also called dhoodhi is and Indian vegetable found in the squash family and can usually be bought at any Indian grocery store. It looks like a big fat long pale green colored zucchini. Just like zucchini it takes on whatever flavoring you add to it and is a very light vegetable as well. In this soup if you can’t find loki, you can easily substitute loki for zucchini or any type of squash you like. Continue reading Leek and Loki Coconut Milk Soup
Butternut squash soup, the qeuntessintial fall-inspired soup is one of those soups that has to be made at least once every fall. Lucky for me, Hitesh and I love butternut squash soup at any time of the year and we love it in as many variations as there are recipes out there. I’ve shared a few butternut squash recipes here already, today I would like to add one more to my butternut squash repertoire – this creamy butternut squash soup with truffle oil and herbs de provence. Continue reading Creamy Butternut Squash Soup with Herbs de Provence & Truffle Oil
Here is one more squash soup recipe to add to the fall squash soup recipe box – a butternut squash and celery onion soup. The simplest soup to make with the simplest of ingredients – squash, celery, onion, salt, pepper and broth. That’s it! Sauté the veggies in olive oil and cook with broth until smooth and creamy. The soup gets all sweet from the butternut squash with the added aroma of onions and celery. Delicious, wholesome, and so fall 🍂🍁! Continue reading Butternut Squash and Celery Onion Soup
Late summer veggies like tomatoes and zucchini are in abundance right now, and big leafy greens such as Swiss chard are looking gorgeous as ever, while our herb patch is overflowing with herbs. All these veggies and herbs is what inspired me to make this hearty minestrone soup on this cool September evening. End of Summer Minestrone Soup. The name says it all! Loaded with veggies and herbs that are in abundance now, tomatoes and garlic – minestrone is truly our family’s all-time favorite soup. Continue reading End of Summer Minestrone Soup
Happy June 2nd! June has finally brought with it warmer temperatures around here. It felt much warmer yesterday only to find out that it was barely 78 degrees! I guess with all the cool weather we have been having even 78 degrees feels warm. That’s why I had a hard time posting a Sunday Soup recipe today, as it’s going to be another warm day. For that matter, I am officially switching over from Sunday Soups to Sunday Salads starting today. Summer has finally arrived and it’s time to take advantage of all the bounty of fresh veggies at this time of year and make a few delicious and colorful salads. Welcome to a summer of Sunday Salads!
I also want to take this opportunity to share with you a story I did a while back on how our Sunday Soup tradition came about and how it has helped our family’s Sunday dinner routine. Hope you enjoy the article. Happy Sunday and have a great week ahead!
It’s June already and it’s getting warm around here in Northern California. Roses are blooming, lilies too, dahlias are sprouting, and pretty much every type of flower you can think of is blooming right now. We are swimming in color at this time of year. Perfect inspiration for making wonderful light and colorful salads.
I am always thrilled to hear that the recipes I post are so well received and most of all that they are being tried in your home kitchen. But truth be told, the most popular recipes are my Sunday Soups. So many of you have told me time and time again that you love my Sunday Soup tradition and are enjoying making the soup recipes I post. To you all, I especially want to apologize, as I will be taking a break from Sunday Soups. The weather is warming up finally making it a great time…
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Last weekend was one of my twin’s Rani’s cello recital. It was a rainy chilly cloudy day on this May morning when Rani had her recital, but that didn’t take away from the beautiful music played by all the student musicians which was held at a charming intimate church venue in Menlo Park. Continue reading Cauliflower Green Onion Soup
A soup so creamy that’s made without cream or potatoes? That’s how deliciously creamy this squash soup turned out. It was an unusually cool May afternoon earlier this week with cloudy skies and cool temperatures when I made this creamy squash soup for a belated Mother’s Day lunch I had with a couple of friends. I was originally planning on making a veggie dish to go with a few dishes my friends were bringing, but changed my mind and decided to make a pot of soup instead. I thought a steaming bowl of soup would be a welcome first course on a chilly May afternoon. Continue reading Six Veggie Creamy Yellow Squash Soup
Zucchini Onion Tomato Soup is the lightest, quickest and easiest soup you’ll ever make. Just sauté the veggies, add salt and pepper, broth, and cook until tender. Then blend until smooth and serve piping hot. With just three vegetables that delicately flavor the soup this really is a simple and delicious soup. Zucchini, onion and tomato. That’s it. These three vegetables create a soup that is truly comforting. Continue reading Zucchini Onion Tomato Soup