Tender, fresh chunks of veggies, together with the rich and nutritious chicken broth – these are the things that will make a good companion for a hearty, creamy and super simple staple. This hearty, comforting chicken and rice soup will not only make you want to have your spoon dunked all the way in, but surely make a perfect dip for breads too.
It’s also darn easy to whip up a vegan Massaman curry. All you need to do is to ditch the chicken and replace it with chickpeas or tofu. Don’t hesitate to pack the dish with more vegetables such as roasted beans and quinoa or, even simpler, add more potatoes.
Chicken and dumplings is one of the classic Southern Amaerican comfort food that everyone loves. This comforting savory treat consists of chicken cooked to tenderness, with soft pillowy dumplings and aromatic chicken broth-based soup.
This mashed potatoes recipe is super easy and is packed with a buttery and creamy flavor. It features russet potatoes, hot milk, margarine, a bit of salt and pepper, and is garnished with chopped cilantro. The side dish comes together in just 30 minutes!
Prepare yourself for fall with this healthy pumpkin soup recipe. A wonderful, comforting soup to warm you as the days get chillier. It is so simple and will only take about 30 minutes to make. Plus it would be perfect for Thanksgiving this year!
For something this good-tasting but so earthy, I doubt there is even the least guilt about gulping 2 bowls of it. Just dump in either cheese or chips or whatever you could think of that fits your diet plan. If I have to put one bottom line, then it should be this: A soup that tastes like a crazy cheat meal, but is actually a girl-next-door type of goodness.
This stuffed pepper soup recipe, astonishingly, does not involve any stuffing. Peppers in this recipe are cubed and cooked until soft along with other ingredients. The original recipe calls for white rice, but we decided to use cauliflower rice instead.
This potato soup recipe has been a family favorite in my household for a long time. Whenever it’s getting cold outside, you can expect a giant pot of soup waiting for you when you get home. It’s still kinda chilly right now, so let’s fix us a bowl, shall we?
I was so thrilled to give this egg curry a go, mostly because its spiciness is so easily adjusted. All I have to do is to work on the amount of black pepper and red pepper. The ingredients are so simple that they’ll be just be a cakewalk to you, even if Indian cuisine isn’t your strong suit.
If you have a soft spot for soup, I’m sure you’ll love this split pea soup recipe as much as we do. My family adores the mild and savory flavors of the soup, as well as its soft texture. It’s easy to make and has all the soothing and comforting qualities you are looking for in a soup.
A hearty bowl of warm chicken curry with just enough tanginess and richness from the yogurt, a little bit of freshness from the coriander, and the subtle aroma from the spices. What else could you ask for on a weekend night?