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EASY soup recipes

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created April 12, 2013 at 11:24 PM

I have a soup recipe from Everyday Paleo that I make all the time.http://everydaypaleo.com/another-budget-friendly-paleo-meal-by-erika-creamy-chicken-tomato-crockpot-soup/

Does anyone have a similar recipe? The reason I like it so much is that there is absolutely no chopping or cleaning veggies. I cook a meal every day, but it's nice to have a soup in the fridge for quick lunches or snacks, so I usually make one soup a week. I would love some suggestions for soups similar to the one above. And if I can make it in the crock pot, all the better.

Thanks!

Ae3b7ea9f3755af32287825db8d98796

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on April 13, 2013
at 11:41 AM

This looks really easy! I've made noodles out of zucchini before and it was surprisingly good. That would make it a little more complicated but a good sub for noodles. Thank you!

Ae3b7ea9f3755af32287825db8d98796

(2022)

on April 13, 2013
at 11:39 AM

I know how to make soup and stock, I just don't have a lot of recipes of the "set it and forget it" variety. I am looking for something I don't have to think about (as in adjust seasonings or chop veg). In the above recipe you put the chicken in frozen, add a can of tomatoes, a can of coconut milk, a few spices and let it cook on low for awhile. I need more soup recipes like that. Your soup does sound delicious though and I appreciate the feedback.

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on April 13, 2013
at 01:50 AM

Soup is basically a good stock(garlic/onion s&p) and just about anything that suites your taste. I always make stock from meat, poultry, fish/seafood bones and the bits and pieces that are always left; then play around with different veg and seasoning. Add cream and/or butter to finish. There are thousands of soup recipes online, just leave out the grains or any other non-paleo junk. Tonight I took a quart of turkey broth added big bunch of crimini mushrooms halved, s&p, a little garlic let the whole simmer for an hour. Blended, then added a cup of cream. Soup for several meals, cheap, and luscious.

Ae3b7ea9f3755af32287825db8d98796

(2022)

on April 13, 2013
at 11:39 AM

I know how to make soup and stock, I just don't have a lot of recipes of the "set it and forget it" variety. I am looking for something I don't have to think about (as in adjust seasonings or chop veg). In the above recipe you put the chicken in frozen, add a can of tomatoes, a can of coconut milk, a few spices and let it cook on low for awhile. I need more soup recipes like that. Your soup does sound delicious though and I appreciate the feedback.

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on April 13, 2013
at 01:39 AM

I love this one by the inimitable Martha:

http://www.marthastewart.com/865365/coconut-curry-noodle-soup

Just heat the curry paste in a pan and throw in the broth and coconut milk. I use this to clean out various leftover meats and veggies in the fridge.

I don't add the noodles obviously (although I guess if you are a safe starch eater you could do rice noodles), and I use coconut oil rather than safflower.

Ae3b7ea9f3755af32287825db8d98796

(2022)

on April 13, 2013
at 11:41 AM

This looks really easy! I've made noodles out of zucchini before and it was surprisingly good. That would make it a little more complicated but a good sub for noodles. Thank you!

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