This came out deelish! I too, omitted the salt since there was soy sauce included and it was fine. I added a touch more pepper as well. I also didn't puree the veggies, just mashed them, preferring a more substantial soup. One very good addition was using about 1/3 c. sour cream and mixing it in a small bowl with 1 cup of the hot soup mixture at the end of the cooking. Be sure to mix it in verrrry slowly, or the sour cream will curdle. Once it is thoroughly mixed together, add it to the soup pot - this will make for a very creamy soup!
DEELISH! I loved this soup - the only changes I made were to use fresh Spinach. I chose not to puree the end result and was pleased with the texture. I will probably omit the bacon next time. This is a very filling dish on it's own as the blue cheese gives it a very rich flavor.
This came out incredible! Just like my mom's when I was a kid. (She said she doesn't use a recipe, so this one is going in my permanent file!) Note, I omitted the bay leaf and parsley, and it turned out just fine. I also had to add a few cups of water during the cooking process. Yummy!!
This turned out very good! I took earlier suggestions for additions and put in a few of my own, adding chopped garlic, cayenne pepper and flax seed (about a tablespoon when adding spices and then another pinch right before digging in). Good stuff! I also used sour cream instead of heavy cream - not sure which is healthier, but I like the flavor in my other "cream of" homemade soups.
This turned out fantastic! I used the No-Roll Pie Crust I recipe and was super impressed with both. Minor changes: I added a clove of garlic when cooking the onions (didn't need a Tbs of butter to saute them just a small amount of non-fat cooking spray). Also added a small amount of chopped cilantro to the eggs. Lastly, I used Muenster cheese instead of Swiss and it was y-u-m-m-y!
WOW! This was a fantastic recipe... both relatively inexpensive and quick to put together, this is a keeper for sure. The flavor was so incredible - as others have said, at least as good as most restaurant versions. I followed others' advice and changed a few things: I halved the butter/oil combinatino; sauteed sliced red onions before adding the chicken to brown; doubled the wine and ended up adding a bit of sherry as well; mixed 1 T cornstarch and 1 T cold water and then added along with a dash of milk to the sauce to thicken; and added minced garlic and extra mushrooms with the chicken - just incredible! I made this with steamed red potatoes and veggies, a quick caesar salad and voila - dinner for two!
I made these for a housewarming party and all the guests raved! I did add a small dollop of cream cheese to the prosciutto as I wrapped,and this held everything together nicely. I also only used half a piece and it was plenty. Yum Yum!
I asked my boyfriend to describe this pie in two words: "mind blowing". I would have to say I was also pretty impressed as well! A lovely twist on an old favorite. I like that it only uses a couple apples and you aren't coring and chopping forever. I will probably make this again very soon.
This turned out pretty good, but I made a few changes. I didn't have any marinara sauce, so I just layered the polenta with the pesto and fresh tomatoes. I also used a small amount of romano cheese in addition to the mozzarella. It was tasty, but I think next time I will make sure to have some pine nuts and marinara on hand. Also, be careful when oiling the dish so as not to create too much excess when baking. At least olive oil is good for you!
YUM! A few things: I almost omitted the roasted garlic because I didn't have any on hand, but I'm so glad I made the trip to the store. I think it's what really makes this soup. Also, I didn't realize I was out of curry until it was too late, but it turned out great despite that. Like some others, I also substituted half and half for the yogurt and only 1/2 cup. It was perfect. A very rich soup - a bowel of this along with half a turkey and cheddar on cracked wheat and I was mighty satisfied. I love fall!
I followed this recipe to a T with the exception of adding a dash extra Vermouth, and it wasn't good at all. The tomatoes were too overpowering. Perhaps using fresh tomatoes would be a better option, but even that wouldn't help with the fact that there wasn't much else to the recipe.
This was pretty bland. I followed the recipe very closely, but it just didn't have any real flavor to it.