Homemade Soup! I know, making homemade soup may sound hard. But, remember, so did riding a bike or learning to roller skate or to play the piano or to drive. Get my drift? Anything seems hard until you give it a try and then practice it. So, I encourage you to try making homemade soup for many reasons: the comfort food flavors, the great nutrition, the filler-upper effect, and the delicious leftovers. Here are a few homemade soup recipes I've shared earlier on my blog so maybe one of these will grab your attention. After you get more confident at making homemade soup, be sure to try other … [Read more...] about Homemade Soup & Easy Meals
5 Steps to Getting Organized & Making Homemade Soup 1. Select a soup recipe and read it all the way through. Add the ingredients you need to your shopping list. Shop for your ingredients. 2. Figure out the best time to make your soup. It may be early in the morning on Saturday before the kids wake up. Or, it may be immediately after dinner when the house is getting quiet for the evening. 3. Get all your ingredients ready before turning on the burner to cook. Take items out of the dry pantry, fridge, freezer. Wash, peel, chop veggies. Measure out soup stock. 4. Get out your soup … [Read more...] about Getting Organized in the Kitchen Saves Time with Homemade Soup
Soup Starts a Healthy Meal South Korea is a great example of a country with strong feelings about soup. If you visit S. Korea, you will find out that soup comes in what seems like hundreds of varieties with amazing, fresh ingredients and equally amazing flavors. Korean soup can be brothy, noodle-y or smooth and it sometimes is very hot and spicy. It can include bits of meat, seafood, tofu or egg. Or, it can be totally simple with a single kind of mushroom, seaweed or other vegetable. Adding Soup to Your Table Making homemade soup is a skill worth learning. Below are step-by-step … [Read more...] about Need to Warm Up? Make a Meal with Soup!