Some of my recipes are created out of frustration. A couple of days ago I was feeling tired and did not want to cook. It is a rare occasion that I want to go out, but that day I did, and was craving a light noodle soup like crazy. Unfortunately, having visited a couple of places and feeling famished, it was a failed mission. Hubby drove us over to Whole Foods, I grabbed a package of Annie Chun’s brown rice noodles (I only wish they were organic), and went home to make what I wanted. It took me only 10 minutes to satisfy my craving and make it as healthy as possible too. If you are a soup lover, you will find this recipe just right for a lazy day, when you want to avoid being in the kitchen for too long.
Vegalicious Fat Free Rice Noodle Soup
yields 4 servings
A few days ago I got really hungry while working… one of those “FEED ME NOW!” moments. Busy Mom that I am, I did not want to spend more then 15-20 mins in the kitchen. Thankfully, most of the times I am prepared for such an occasion. I had a fridge full of fresh produce and some chickpeas… the rest was history. 20 minutes later my stomach was full and happy. When I posted the image of my creation on Facebook, there were some requests for the recipe, so, here it is.
“Everything in the Kitchen” Vegan Soup Recipe
(I did not even have time to take a picture of it with my camera, just my very, very smart Smart Phone ) [click to continue reading…]
Yes, there indeed was Corn Bisque Recipe I, and this one is only slightly different from that one, so, you are at an advantage of having both recipes.
Yesterday we picked up our farm share, and it was a sight to behold–we were out of town for a week, then the market will be closed next week, so we had 3 weeks of groceries… and then some, since there were some veggies no one wanted, so our farmer just piled us up with them, knowing how much we like all things plants.
By the time I packed away some greens into the freezer (I prewash them, spin water out with a salad spinner, pack in bags, label and freeze), bagged the rest of the foods… my fridge was filled to the brim: [click to continue reading…]