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Old 06-08-2012, 11:29 AM   #11
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There are several threads about soup. One of the soups I really like is this:

Smoked Turkey Wild Rice Black Bean Soup
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Old 06-08-2012, 02:24 PM   #12
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here is the link to a really hearty and really meatty soup: Solyanka
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Old 06-08-2012, 06:02 PM   #13
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New England Boiled Dinner eats like a soup, but will definitely fill your belly.

Ingredients:
1 head green or purple cabbage
2 lbs. corned beef, venison, beef heat, or chuck roast
1 whole onion, coarsely chopped
3 carrots, peeled and chopped
3 potatoes, washed and cut into large cubes
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
3 minced garlic cloves
2 tbs. cooking oil

Heat a large soup pan and add the meat. Brown it on all sides and remove from the pan. While the meat is browning, Cut the cabbage into bite-sized chunks. Wash it.

When the meat is browned on all sides, cut it into bite-sized chunks. Add everything to the pot and cover with water. Bring to a slow boil. Cover and cook for an hour or so. This can be done in a pressure cooker in about twenty-five minutes. Serve with buttered bread.

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Old 06-08-2012, 06:10 PM   #14
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All these sounds so yummy. I ran out of recipes and these recipes and the link came just in time. Now I can try them out and after do some experimenting by maybe adding or substituting one ingredient for another. Thanks guys! :)
allez cuisine!!!!
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Old 06-08-2012, 08:22 PM   #15
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Beef Barley Soup with Mushrooms

2 Tb Oil

2 Lb Beef Chuck
1 Tb Oil
1 Carrot, diced
1
Onion, diced
1 Celery rib, diced

TT S&P
1 Tb Tomato Paste
5 C Beef Broth
5 C Chicken Broth

½ tsp Thyme, dry
1 C Barley, rinsed
1 C Canned Tomato
3 Tb
Butter
1 Tb Oil
¾
Lb Mushrooms, quartered

Heat a 7
¼-quart Dutch oven over medium-high heat; add 2 tablespoons of the oil. Trim the fat and cut the meat into small cubes. Season the meat generously with salt and pepper. Sear the meat on all sides until well browned. Remove to a plate.
Lower the heat to medium, add the tablespoon oil to the pan. Add the carrot, onion and celery and sauté for 10 minutes.

Add the tomato paste to the pan and sauté for another 3-5 minutes.

Return the meat to the pan. Add the broths and bring it to a boil.

Simmer, covered, 1½ hours.

Add the thyme, barley, and tomato, continue to simmer covered, for 45 minutes or until the barley is tender.

Meanwhile, in a large sauté pan, heat the butter over medium-high heat, add the mushrooms and sauté until golden, about 10 minutes. Season the mushrooms with salt and pepper and add them to the soup, and simmer for 15 minutes more.

Season the soup with salt and pepper.

Note: If making the soup in advance, you may want to adjust the consistency of the soup when re-heating with added water or broth, since the barley has a tendency to absorb the broth.

I love beef and barley soup!
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Old 06-08-2012, 08:42 PM   #16
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I'm a fan of Asian soup(s). This is easy to put together...

Dumplings/Won-tons (homemade or storebought - or noodle of choice), broth (your choice), vegetables (your choice)

Asian Dumpling Soup
Asian Dumpling Soup Photo at Epicurious.com


Or

Pierogy Soup

Mrs. T's Pierogies
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Old 06-09-2012, 12:14 AM   #17
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I'm a fan of Asian soup(s). This is easy to put together...

Dumplings/Won-tons (homemade or storebought - or noodle of choice), broth (your choice), vegetables (your choice)

Asian Dumpling Soup
Asian Dumpling Soup Photo at Epicurious.com


Or

Pierogy Soup

Mrs. T's Pierogies
Oh--never thought to do that with pierogies! Since I make my own, this is just another way to eat them! Thanks.
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Old 06-09-2012, 12:21 AM   #18
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Oh--never thought to do that with pierogies! Since I make my own, this is just another way to eat them! Thanks.
You''re welcome,, CWS. Ladle the pierogies into crocks filled w/ French Onion soup. Top each bowl with a sliced baguette. Sprinkle top with shredded Gruyere cheese. Put under the broiler until cheese is melted.
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These all sound so good!! Can't wait to make the beef with barley.
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Old 06-09-2012, 04:58 AM   #20
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These all sound so good!! Can't wait to make the beef with barley.
If you can get lamb, you could make Scotch Broth:

How do you make Scotch Broth?
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