Love love love this recipe! I have made this over and over again, in double batches to freeze. The house smells heavenly and it gets my husband’s attention. I have used frozen whole tomatoes from the garden to replace canned. In fact I'm growing more tomatoes just so I can make this from scratch. Sometimes I swap out the cream for coconut milk. I once swapped the chicken out for chickpeas when vegetarians visit.
Didn’t have vegetable broth. Tried roasting veggies first and caramelized the onions in the process. A word of caution, do not substitute beef consommé. I’m pretty sure it shifts the flavours to a more savoury soup. Full 5 star rating as it was my bad and I will try again!
This is my go to recipe for lasagna. The only thing I change are the noodles to Gluten free or thin zucchini slices to cut carbs. My husband devours this in silence every time. : )
I made so many changes, I give it a 5 for a very interchangeable recipe! I replaced chopped garlic with scapes from the garden and threw in some chopped leftover red pepper . I microwaved a diced sweet potato then tossed it into translucent onions so they could both caramelize. As time was of the essence, I didn’t cool anything but instead tossed the torn kale with the wine at the end for my warm salad version. I threw in some macadamia nuts into the mix and served with a sprinkle of thyme. Thanks for the inspiration and awesome springboard to launch from!
Awesome quick and easy way to use up leftovers. The results are always a success despite substitutions. I like how it reminds me of Phõ soups.
Although I had to make substitutions (pumpkin instead of squash), plain yogurt instead of cream) , this was the kind of soup I was after. Hearty, creamy, and with refreshing ideas for ingredients and combinations . It opens up another healthy way to eat more plant based foods. The best part is my husband loved it!
I made these ahead of time for Christmas when my grandson would visit. They never made it into the freezer. I made another batch, ... same thing. We managed to save 5 cookies. So that would be a yes, they’re good.
This flavourful mix works great in my chilli con carne and tacos. It’s a smart idea that not only saves me money , it reduces landfill waste. I'll buy ingredients in bulk and mix up a jar full.
So good that we ate em all before the company came !
Too dense. Lives up to its name. More banana than bread which was a disappointing waste of wheat flour, considering I rarely eat gluten. Saved it with cream cheese frosting.
Made these twice now. Once for spaghetti and meatballs, and the second time for Italian wedding soup. Every time, I wish I'd made more. This definitely a batch cooking recipe to freeze for later when mushrooms go on sale. I'm always looking for ways to switch to a more plant based lifestyle and this is a hit. Thanks Chef John!
Apparently I left out the rice! But it turned out fine. I made enough to freeze a litre for later. Although this is a prolific weed in our yard, it’s an acquired taste for even a nature nut like me. Hubby doesn’t trust "wild" foods so it unfortunately won’t be an annual thing .