This month at Pantry Party we shared soup recipes. Soups come in a vast array of variety. Vegetables, noodles, lentils.. The list could go on and on. This month’s Pantry Party brought out some great looking soups. It’s been pretty cold here lately, but the pictures of these soups warms me right up.
The next theme will be posted February 1st, so keep your eyes peeled!
Michelle from Ms. enPlace shared with us her French Onion Roasted Cauliflower Soup, aka Freebie Soup, aka Fart Soup (named lovingly by her son.) This soup meets the challenge so well. Besides Michelle using ingredients on hand in her pantry, she made do with what she had in the house to make this soup for everything! Sometimes those are the best dishes.
I made a weird dish this month: Green Tea Soup. This Asian-inspired fish and rice soup utilizes green tea as the broth. The soy sauce in with the tea broth added a nice salty, green tea flavor. It was definitely different than any other soup recipe I’ve made.
The next dish is from Shelby from Diabetic Foodie. Shelby’s soup is a Quick Chinese Chicken and Rice Soup. This soup makes use of leftover chicken and leftover rice. Soups can be a great way to use up leftover ingredients!
Janet from The Taste Space brought a bowl of Lemon-Ginger Split Pea Soup with Toasted Coriander. Janet not only shares this soup, but she also recommends that everyone read Vegan For Life.
Last but not least, Jeni from I Got This Martha shared a bowl (or a tortilla bowl!) of Crock Pot Taco Soup. Jeni shares her love of the crock pot (I have a mutual love) and pours this yummy looking soup into a tortilla bowl.
What a wide variety of soups this month! Next month’s theme will be announced on the 1st of February! Thanks for participating and I hope to see you again next month!