Tag Archives: soup

Tempeh Wonton Soup

In celebration of making wontons for the first time, we finally cooked our own veggie broth as well, and this soup came out just wonderfully – the gentle broth complimented the spicy salty wontons, and the sweet new crop cabbage added a nice crunch. With store-bought wonton wrappers, these Chinese dumplings are pretty easy to […]

Cauliflower and Sweet Potato Soup

I paired cauliflower with sweet potato in this smooth soup, and added coconut milk and garam masala to give it a gentle spiciness. I also caramelized a bunch of cashews to go with the soup – they gave it a nice contrasting texture and a cinnamony element of sweetness, and we ended up with a […]

Black Bean Stew

Just a simple black bean stew, very comforting and lovely on a winter’s day. Our pressure cooker allows us to make bean stews on a whim – no soaking and thus no planning ahead is required. This stew made a nice lunch with a few slices of rye bread. If it was cooked in a […]

Edamame Avocado Soup

This gentle soup made an amazing weekday lunch for the two of us. Somehow it managed to be light and filling at the same time, and the subtle flavors of edamame and avocado enhanced each other beautifully. Edamame means fresh young soy beans in Japanese, and they’re usually cooked and served in their pods. Fresh […]

Moroccan Style Chickpea Soup

This is a great simple soup that I discovered when I was in Fez a few years back. We stayed in the old town, medina, and close to our hotel was a hole-in-a-wall type of breakfast place, serving freshly baked bread and chickpea soup. The soup was so delicious that we went there every morning, […]