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Spicy Thai Pumpkin Noodle Soup

I came to Thai cooking many years later after mastering Indian cooking, but now I enjoy the vivid and unique hot, sweet and sour fragrances and flavors of Thai soups and curries almost as much. I keep a jar of homemade vegetarian Thai red curry paste on hand in the refrigerator at all times to make putting soups like these together a snap. Like most of my Thai soups, this soup features mushrooms — mushrooms are a favorite of mine and taste delicious swimming in a spicy coconut milk broth — but also rice noodles for texture and heartiness. Pumpkin purée added to the broth lends sweetness and a depth ...

Hearty Mushroom and Barley Soup

Just like the animals in the field (or the squirrels in the backyard, as the case might be), we humans feel the need to “stock up” on nutrients as fall turns into winter. For me and many other vegetarians, this often takes the form of thick, hearty and nourishing soups. And for me, these kinds of soups are a great excuse to load in the succulent mushrooms. This mushroom and barley soup loaded with vegetables and seasoned with dried herbs and spices is just the thing to warm and nourish the body as the cold weather sets in. I call it a soup, but it can be prepared almost as ...

Vegan “Bone” Broth

There are times when we don’t have much of an appetite, but these are often time when it’s the most important for us to get our essential nutrients even though only a minimal amount of solid food may or can be eaten. Bone broths — made by simmering beef bones for hours — are an increasingly trendy solution for healing the gut and providing nutrients to the weak stomach — but what about the vegetarian? The good news is that vegetarians can obtain all the same nutrients in a broth — including the building blocks of collagen — from plant sources, and I dare say that the vegetarian can make ...

Thai-Inspired Creamy Carrot and Sweet Potato Soup with Mixed Mushrooms

In the cold autumn and winter months, there is nothing quite like a creamy vegetable soup made up of root vegetables and earthy mushrooms, all simmered together with spicy Thai seasonings that initially tempt and then pleasantly linger on the palate. The lasting allure is beautifully tempered by the soothing presence of coconut milk and the natural sweetness of sweet potatoes and carrots. This soup speaks comfort. It also makes a fair amount, so it’s great for leftovers the next day, especially as the flavors meld together after the soup has been resting overnight. I do like a thick and creamy soup, but as is usually the case, soups are ...

Turkish Red Lentil Soup with Mushrooms and Sumac

As the astonishing heat and humidity of the past few months seems finally to be settling down in southwestern Ontario, soups become more appealing. I always find the transition from blazing temperatures to cool ones quite an adjustment — a warming bowl of nourishing soup is solacing and comforting and helps the body to adjust. This particular soup also happens to be easy and fairly light, making it an ideal one for late summer temperatures. It’s fairly lightly spiced with some aromatics and fresh mint and some tangy zest from lemon juice and ground sumac. I was smitten with the meaty texture the dried mushrooms added to the bowl. Serve ...

Roasted Potato and Mushroom Soup with Coconut Milk

This summer hasn’t really been soup weather because it’s been a scorcher. At the same time, sometimes soup is just want you want, and this warm creamy soup with roasted potatoes and succulent earthy portobello mushrooms simmered in a fragrant and lightly spiced coconut and almond milk broth is one that I will be making often. The only thing I regretted was turning on the oven during an especially hot day to roast the vegetables. The kitchen stayed warm all afternoon, but it really was worth it. Once the vegetables are ready, the soup is easy to put together. I was content with just a bowl of this for dinner, ...

Urad Dal Tomato Soup

A longtime favorite soup of mine that I often make when I don’t want to fuss and want something warming and easy to digest, this attractive and gently spiced ural dal and tomato soup is always worth another share. And another taste too. Creamy mild urad dal combines so well with tangy tomatoes, hot peppers, ginger and cumin. I took advantage of a surplus of cherry tomatoes from our garden for an extra boost of flavor and goodness as well as a red bell pepper too for some extra flair. Sometimes simplicity is exactly what the body needs. This easy-to-make recipe just might become a staple in your kitchen too. ...