Soup-er Tuesday: This French onion beef noodle soup has the most slurp-worthy broth of all time
Full disclosure: My photos of this soup were SO ugly, but this is honestly *very* close to what it will look like! First of all, here’s that recipe: French onion beef noodle soup from Bon AppetitAnd the description from the website: “This super-savory dish draws its inspiration from Taiwanese beef noodle soup, then gilds the lily with a Dutch oven’s worth of sweet, slow-simmered onions—the best part of French onion soup, if you ask this recipe’s developer, Amiel Stanek. Yes yes yes, YES this was a win. ), but I did take the noodles and beef out of the broth, and I cut it up more like a chow mein-type situation. I can’t tell if this is crazy, but next time, I’d consider just making the broth.
Soup-er Tuesday: Taste-testing Chrissy Teigen’s parmesan minestrone
We’ll call it Soup-er Tuesday (please don’t groan at my pun), and I hope you’ll tag along. For the very first week, we’re making Chrissy Teigen’s Parmesan Minestrone. They’re little soup scoopers and oh-so delish. I was skeptical that this recipe could really impress me much, just as a basic minestrone (I’m more of a meat and potatoes person), but it was really fantastic. Oh, and I’ll only share my cookbook recipes with you if they’re also available online, like the one above from Chrissy.
Mike’s cheesy chicken tortilla soup feeds entire family for less than $25
Mike Osterhage has been making his cheesy chicken tortilla soup for years. Add the corn and black beans, and continue to simmer for 10 minutes. Bring to a boil, then reduce to medium low; simmer for 5 minutes and stir occasionally. Add chicken to the pot and continue to simmer for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add heavy whipping cream, sour cream and Velveeta cheese to the soup and stir until the cheese melts.
Recipe: French twist on a comfort food classic
SAN ANTONIO – There’s nothing like a hot bowl of tomato soup on a chilly day. Check out this recipe with a French twist by The Culinary Cottage. Good knife skills are important—be sure to cut onions and carrots into a small dice so they will cook quickly. Place cut side up on a baking sheet and drizzle evenly with ½ cup of extra virgin olive oil. AdIn a large soup pot, heat a few tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil over medium-high heat until shimmering.
Grab a bowl of menudo during National Menudo Month
It’s a Mexican soup made with beef tripe, the stomach lining of the cow, and hominy. Currently, the dish can be found at restaurants all over San Antonio, but most prefer a homemade bowl. Clean and cut beef tripe into small pieces. In a large pot put beef tripe and pour water into the pot until filled just over the tripe. After 3 hours of stewing taste to see if beef tripe is soft enough to eat and not too chewy.