This stew is absolutely delicious! It is so comforting and satisfying especially smack dab in the middle of the winter. It reminds me of the stew my Mom used to make growing up, but veganized. It’s full of protein and flavor, especially from fresh thyme and herbs de Provence. So read on for an easy, flavorful and hearty meal that is just 30 minutes away! Oh, and by the way, if you have already preordered my book, thank you so much! If you haven’t, click here!
To me, there is nothing better than summer corn. I could eat it every single day, on the cob, off the cob, in chowder, fritters, pasta, and in this gazpacho, which is so easy to make and so good!
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I love this soup. It’s is hearty and flavorful. The changeroo from my other curried soups are these sweet potatoes. They add a subtle flavor and I love the texture. Not a curry fan? I promise you will be after trying this bowl of goodness.
I love making this soup. It is so easy – a little chopping and dropping – and a short time later, potato leek soup. Another easy and filling soups. Personally, I love to make it and freeze it for when I need something extra comforting. Just so you know how quick and easy it is, I made this batch, in about 20 minutes, while my son gave me an update on school.
I love, love, love this soup! It’s flavorful, tomato-y and super delicious. This is such an easy recipe, you will want to make a double batch and have it all week. And it serves as a great base for any tomato based soup. You can add lots of vegetables for a vegetarian vegetable soup (I’m reminiscing about my mother opening a can of Campbell’s), beans and pasta for pasta fagioli, or lentils or chickpeas for a chowder.