I don't understand why this recipe isn't rated higher. I've made it several times and it has a wonderful depth of flavor. Also, I've been asked for the recipe many times.
bookgirll66 Posted: 03/14/10
kate88books Posted: 12/05/12
I was skeptical that this very green soup, without the benefit of herbs, would have much flavor ... so wrong. I am snacking on a scoop from the pot I just finished making, and it is delicious. I doubled the recipe and will freeze some for the future. One tip: Buy a hand blender to puree the soup right in the pot. The recipe's instructions for pureeing in batches in the blender are time consuming and dirty too many dishes for my taste.
patsywhitehead Posted: 09/16/12
Moniac Posted: 10/22/13
I added cayenne pepper which deepened the already high level of flavor and I added a bit of grated parmesan at serving which was perfect! The "greenness" is a bit intimidating, but a swirl of sour cream or yogurt could offset that. It is a great way to warm, is incredibly nutritious and way tasty as long as your guests don't mind "green"!