How about a Nice Bowl of Soup?

Turkey Noodle Soup Copyright 2014 by R.A. Robbins
Turkey Noodle Soup
Copyright 2014 by R.A. Robbins

Soup is something I love to make, but I seldom use a recipe.  For me soup is a make it up as you go sort of thing.  For the soup in the picture I used the broth and meat scraps from boiling the carcass from the Thanksgiving turkey.  I added onions, carrots and celery and let it cook.  Then at the end I added kale torn in small pieces and cooked noodles.  For my noodles I used brown rice spaghetti broken into smaller pieces to look like the noodles in the canned soup my mom “made” when I was sick.  I cooked this and added to the individual bowls of soup at serving time because gluten free noodles don’t stand up to reheating.  It took a couple of times having noodles dissolve into a pot of soup for me to learn this.  🙂

What kind of soup do you like to make?

More gluten free tips and recipes are available in my new e-book The Gluten Free Good Life.

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6 thoughts on “How about a Nice Bowl of Soup?

  1. Your turkey noodle soup looks great! I’m also a “throw it all in the pot without measuring” kind of cook. I love the simplicity 🙂


  2. like you I make up most as I go along..I usually start with a base from a cookbook and let the imagination and my taste buds take over!! Snow and ice tomorrow soups does sound pretty good!


  3. Over 50 years ago, when I was first married, I served up an iced vichyssoise to my father for Christmas meal (we lived in Australia where Christmas is SUMMER in block letters)
    My dad was less than impressed (very big grin)
    That is background to my reply. It is HIGH SUMMER down here atm, and much as I LOVE soup, I don’t fancy a (hot) soup at this present time


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