February 16, 2011

{Grab what you have Soup}


I'm the kind of cook that doesn't have to measure everything or follow a recipe...
Many days I simply use what I have on hand when
creating a new dish or meal.
 
Hence...This Yummy Soup I made last night....
The ingredients I found were:
1 bag of frozen peas 
a partial bag of frozen edamame
1 can of spinach
a package of soft tofu
1/2 onion chopped 
salt & pepper
citrus seasoning
some sweet chili sauce
1 can of fat free chicken broth
1/2 cup non-fat milk
 
I put the first 8 ingredients in one of my favorite tools ever:
 
My Kitchen Aid Food Processor...and pureed them!
Then I emptied it into a pan on the stove and added the broth and milk 
and let it simmer for about 20 mins!
 
A dallop of sour cream and some fresh chopped scallions 
finished it off!


 And so good for you!

Stay Cozy & Healthy, Carrie

18 comments:

Diane Mars said...

Well it's cold and rainy here in California today so that bowl of soup looks perfect to warm my tummy~ oxox, Diane

Love the Decor! said...

I often cook like that too (Lots of Wing it dinners)
The soup sound great!!

mr. pineapple man said...

sounds healthy, looks delicious!

~Rosanne said...

When I read edamane I rememebered that I still have not found them in the store. I had some at a resturant one time and would love to try them. Do you grow your own or do you know where I could find them?
weiler6@verizon.net
Thanks for sharing, it might be a whatever I can find kind of night.

Julie Harward said...

Yum, this does sound good, I like the chili sauce in it. That is the way I cook too..just grab and keep adding! :D

Deb said...

that is how I like to cook also...looks healthy and yummy...

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

I bet it was delicious!! I love split pea soup :-)
Blessings,
Marcia

Naturally Carol said...

Endamame is a new ingredient to me..is it a vegetable? Looks delicious and wholesome.

Helen Philipps said...

Thanks for popping over to my blog, it's lovely to find yours! I love soup, I make a big batch at the start of the week and have it for lunch each day. Your recipe looks delicious, I'll try it. Have a great day! Helen x

pollydove said...

Oh I envy you for being able to create something and have it taste good too. Whenever I have tried to do that - it isn't so tastey. But then I don't claim to be much of a cook. This looks delicious and healthy! Way to go!

Elyse said...

this looks very yummy! i made a big batch of carrot dill soup the other week and am currently feeling souped-out (LOL) but i'll keep this post in mind. thanks for sharing.

xo
elyse

nancygrayce said...

That looks so good!!!!! So, not only creative, but a great cook!

Debbie said...

Gosh, this recipe looks great, healthy and best of all ...easy! Thanks for sharing it.

Terry @ La Bella Vie said...

Yum, I would really love a bowl of that right about now:)
Will be picking up ingredients tomorrow to have this over the weekend...perfect because its supposed to snow and this will warm from the inside out!
Terry

Incipient Wings said...

this looks incredible!!!!!

~Rosanne said...

I found a big bag of edamame at Costco, thanks!
It will be a nice "snack" for me and my daughter after school. The other two kids aren't so sure about them.
But it is a quick vegie to make with a meal.
Thanks again.

shamanaccount said...

So easy and yet a hearty soup. Healthy and veggie veggie good. Indeed food processors makes kitchen life easier.

laurenjean. said...

mmmm.. make some for me with coconut milk and anything else!

looks sooo yummy!

love you momma

your baking/cooking posts are to die for!!

i know i get to taste bunches of them:)

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