Chicken Broth Recipe
Aug27

Chicken Broth Recipe

You’ve heard it before and you are about to hear it again. Homemade chicken stock is FAR better than canned or boxed. It is fresher and more flavourful, and making it yourself gives you unlimited options as to the flavours and consistency your stock possesses. Every home cook should have stock at hand at all times, and ideally, that stock is homemade. Not only does it taste better and provide you with more options, but there are...

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Potato Milk Soup Recipe
Feb11

Potato Milk Soup Recipe

Ingredients: Checken broth or bouillon cubes Evaporated milk Potatoes Carrots Onions Celery Salt Pepper Toast: garlic,chives, parsley (optional) Peel the potatoes and cut into medium cubes. Heat up water and put one or two cubes of bouillon. Mix all until complete dissolution and leave bouillon on the low heat. Cut the celery and carrots into medium slices. Chop the onions into medium cubes. Mix onions, celery and carrots. Add four...

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Japanese Edamame Soup Recipe
Oct10

Japanese Edamame Soup Recipe

Ingredients: Bean pods Onions Chicken stock Cream Salt Pepper Cut the pods on both sides. And wash the pods. Cut the pods into medium pieces. Clean the onions. Cut the onions into medium or small pieces. Take one cup a chicken broth. Salt the chicken stock to taste.(Or take the chicken stock concentrates). Put in the bowl 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Add the onions and fry for 3 minutes until translucent. Then add the bean pods and mix...

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Cream Of Salmon Soup
Sep22

Cream Of Salmon Soup

The term “salmon” refers to a variety of species that are all “anadromous” fish, which means they are born in fresh water rivers and streams, migrate to the ocean to mature and spend much of their adult life, and then return to the streams and rivers in which they were born to spawn (reproduce) and then die. Six types of salmon are consumed in the United States including: Atlantic, Chinook, Chum, Coho, Pink, and Sockeye Salmon. Of...

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Diet Celery Soup
Sep03

Diet Celery Soup

In the course of history, celery has been known by many names, and touted for many uses. The name “celery” in the English language is thought to have been derived from the French word “celeri.” In turn, celeri came from the Greek version of the word. This vegetable/herb even made an appearance in Homer’s Odyssey as “selinon.” Most experts believe that celery originated in the Mediterranean...

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Russian Rassolnik Soup Recipe
Aug17

Russian Rassolnik Soup Recipe

To ensure that rassolnik had a gentle, moderately acidic and moderately salty taste, you need a certain set of ingredients: the right balance of the acidic components (cucumbers and brine) and neutral (cereals and root vegetables). Brine was diluted, boiled separately and then introduced into the broth in small portions while tasting. Besides cereals, potatoes, carrots and turnips, in rassolnik you also put spices.Source:...

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