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It is a very good soup. Based on previous reviews, I didn't use any salt and only half of soy sauce, no wine. I get feta cheese from Costco and often it goes bad as we don't eat that much feta that fast. This is a great recipe to use it up. It is fairly time and labor consuming so I wouldn't use it as a quick meal idea.
I thought this was a very good soup although I too found it a little on the salty side and also thought the feta overpowered the other ingredients. Next time I'll try less salt and less feta. Overall though we really liked this recipe. Thanks for posting!
A really wonderful dish. I substituted jarred red peppers which saved a lot of time. I also reduced the cayenne pepper by half because of my kids' sensitive palates and omitted the salt--folks can always add salt to taste. It still had a nice kick to it. My nine year old son who's a picky eater LOVED it. I served it as an appetizer to another great recipie on this site Grilled Flat Iron Steak with Blue Cheese-Chive Butter. It was a great meal all around!
This recipe was unique and although at first taste neither my husband or I really cared for it it did grow on us. It is strong and as was noted in another recipe salty. I deleted the salt because the soy sauce adds plenty on its own. I served it garnished with sour cream and chopped pickled peppers.
I love the idea of this soup and think it would work with modifications but as written it is not good. We cut the salt and soy sauce in half and it is still too salty. It tastes more like feta soup than red pepper soup. I would reduce the feta by half next time.
With a few modifications this can be a great recipe. Based on other reviews that this was too salty I used half the amount of salt and half the amount of soy sauce. This was the right amount of saltiness for us. However we found this to be a bit too hot for our tastes. The flavor was good but the heat was too much. Next time I would reduce the cayenne by at least half. I served this with grilled cheese as a "fancy" replacement for tomato soup.
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