I’m not a fan of cold soup, even in summer, so I’d be serving this hot on a cold winter’s night, but either way it makes a great starter for a dinner party.
This chowder recipe is a bit more economical than most. Using a prepared marinara mix, instead of other individual and more expensive fish, cuts the cost and also the time preparing it. Personally I’m not sure about adding cheese, could be worth trying, but I don’t see why you couldn’t leave it out either.
A polar blast has ripped through the southern states of Australia this weekend, so it was an easy decision to post another soup recipe. There’s nothing overly fancy about this one, it’s just a good tomato and vegetable soup – easy to make and great for cold weekends.
I’ve never made this Italian egg soup, but I like the idea that unlike a lot of soups it doesn’t need a long time to cook. It would be a great soup to make on a cold night when you want something hot and tasty very quickly.
Another soup to warm you in these cold winter months. This one is a rich, creamy, cheesy, cauliflower combo. Served with a dab of cream and the chives or parsley on top I think it would be good enough for a dinner party.
This is a seafood version of the classic chicken and sweet corn soup. I don’t see why you couldn’t use tinned crab meat it would be a lot less fiddly than de-shelling a fresh crab – mightn’t taste quite as good, but it would be a whole lot lot quicker and easier…….
The sky outside is dark and menacing, so what better time to think of making soup. This recipe was published by Woman’s Day in 1991 before chorizo sausage was so readily available. I think substituting it for the frankfurts would give the soup a lot more flavour and I’d also use fresh potato instead of the tinned Tiny Taters, if you can be bothered peeling and cutting them. A nice and hearty boost on a cold winter’s day.