A thick and hearty soup made the old fashioned way with a meaty ham bone. It’s naturally thickened with split yellow peas so it’s even gluten free. Good stock takes time but if you’re patient, you’ll be rewarded with this delicious Ham and Split Pea Soup. It’s worth the wait.
There’s something satisfying about making soup. More than just making something that costs almost nothing, it’s taking leftovers and turning them into something tasty and even nutritious. If you’ve cooked a prime rib, save the bones and any leftover meat and make Beef Vegetable Soup.
In spite of its simplicity, Onion and Leek Soup with Parmesan is surprisingly rich and satisfying. It’s a great alternative to French Onion Soup if you’re watching your carbs because there’s no bread.
The combination of roasted squash and curry are a match made in heaven. Think warm fragrant flavours and intense autumn colours. And if that isn’t drool worthy enough, crispy sage leaves that taste like buttered popcorn take this Curried Squash Soup with Crispy Sage to the next level.