Updated: Oct 13
When the weather starts to get chilly I get a hankering for soup. I decided to clean out my fridge and make a vegetable soup from the vegetables I found there.
I have a carrot, a sweet potato, a white potato, a yellow potato, a beet, a rutabaga, a zucchini, a parsnip, an onion, loads of garlic, some broccoli, and a yellow squash.
Because I have it on hand, I'm using some Sam's organic beef bone broth as the liquid base.
The soup turned out really well. I added more salt after tasting my first bowl and that made all the difference. I didn't use many spices, I just let the vegetables take over the flavor, so I added in pepper, salt, and a little bit of old bay seasoning.
My soup rankings so far - It's getting harder and harder to order them!
#1 Broccoli Cheddar Soup
#2 Chicken and Wild Rice Soup (I made it again and it was SOOO good!)
#3 Polish Dill Pickle Soup
#4 Cream of Vegetable Soup (Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede Soup
#5 Mulligatawny (Soup Nazi Copycat recipe)
#6 Shrimp Ramen
#7 Cream of Mushroom
#8 Cabbage Roll Soup (I made this twice it was soooo good!)
#9 Texas Chili (still Tim's favorite)
#10 Tom Ka Gai
#11 Clean out the Fridge Veggie Soup
#12 Italian Sausage Soup
#13 Simple Lentil Soup