This is soup is creamy and delicious without dairy. You have to taste it to believe how good it is.
This recipe is a modified version Gil Marks' (z"l) Egyptian Potato Soup from his amazing Jewish vegetarian cookbook Olive Trees and Honey (2005). Leek-Potato Soup has become an annual Passover tradition for my family.
This soup is excellent whenever the weather makes the idea of a cold soup appealing, and perfect on a hot summer day when you can’t stand the idea of actually turning on the oven. It is also great for entertaining – all of the work can be done ahead, leaving you free to enjoy your guests.
This soup got its name when we served it to an unexpected dinner guest on a Friday evening who thought that he was eating chicken soup (it tastes very similar to a traditional chicken soup, although it is completely vegetarian). We joked that it was a soup that makes even the chicken happy!
Here is the recipe for one of our very favorite Passover Soups; one interesting thing about it is that you can use so many different kinds of greens - basically whatever looks good in the market. The flavor of the broth is always amazing. Roman Soup with Parmesan ready to eat! Roman Soup with Passover … Continue reading Roman Soup with Passover Dumplings
For my family, focusing on soup during Passover has been an effective way to increase consumption of Prebiotics. The first clue that I was onto something good was my husband’s reaction on the last day of the holiday that Passover could not be almost over because he wasn't sick of the food yet.
Peas are another wonderful prebiotic, and a great sources of fiber and vegetable protein. This is a wonderful winter soup, and its great as a simple dinner with crusty bread and salad, or as a first course of a larger meal. My son Aaron likes his soup with a little feta or other cheese. It … Continue reading Split Pea Soup