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Vegetarian soup

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Nothing beats a cup (or bowl if you’re extra hungry) of hot steaming soup on a cold winter or rainy day. There’s videos for cooking recipes something about the aroma, whether it’s an easy cooking …

Nothing beats a cup (or bowl if you’re extra hungry) of hot steaming soup on a cold winter or rainy day. There’s videos for cooking recipes something about the aroma, whether it’s an easy cooking recipes simple vegetable broth or hearty chunky chowder, which comforts and reminds one of a home-cooked meal from mom’s kitchen.

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  • 1. Vegetarian Soup Nothing beats a cup (orbowl if you’re extra hungry) ofhot steaming soup on a coldwinter or rainy day. There’svideos for cooking recipessomething about the aroma,whether it’s an easy cookingrecipes simple vegetablebroth or hearty chunkychowder, which comforts andreminds one of a home-cooked meal from mom’skitchen. Throughout the world,countries have their ownversions of these dishes from French onion soup, Hungary’s goulash, and Japan’ssukiyaki to various versions of consommés, noodle soups and bisques from Asia, theAmericas, Europe, Africa and Australia. Usually served as a starter course after an appetiser, soups can also serve as amain course if it has lots of texture and substantial components, usually meat andchunky vegetables, and served with bread. They range in texture from light broths,usually with vegetables and noodles, to thick almost stew-like dishes brimming withvarious ingredients. Soups are also popular as a light meal or snack especially whenone is under the weather. Vegetarian are spoilt for choice with the abundance of ingredients that canbe used to make soup–from deep green spinach, broccoli leaves and flowers tobright yellow-orange pumpkin, corn and peppers to purple beet root, cabbage andeggplant. The colors in it are indicative of the abundant phytonutrients present.Should you still want the texture and mouth feel of meat, mushrooms, firm tofu andvegemeat (texturised vegetable protein) may be used. Soups together with salads are among the easiest dishes to prepare withoutthe addition of meat. Recipes here use highlight fresh vegetables. Feel free tosubstitute vegetables with what’s in season. Not only are you assured of a fresherproduct, but ingredients are cheaper too. Squashes, gourds can take the place ofzucchini. Rapini, a vegetable similar to broccoli widely used in Italy can be replacedwith leafy greens such as kale. Vegan options do not contain any milk, cream orbutter. Vegetarian goulash takes out the meat component and uses potato and avariety of vegetables made more flavorful with spices and red wine. It is served hotand chunky and is a great meal in itself with complete protein from beans andcarbohydrates from the starchy vegetables and gnocchi, a unique soft dumplingmade from potatoes. Herbs and spices can also be played around with to create different flavourprofiles yielding a totally different dish.

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