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Nandu Rasam (Crab Legs Pepper Soup)

Nandu Rasam (Crab Legs Pepper Soup) by Navaneetham Krishnan

Another version; easier and simpler compared to "Rasam with crab legs".

1 vote
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Texas Chili (without beans)

Texas Chili (without beans) by Stan Jenkins

This is a Texas style chili without beans. However, you can add any beans that you like. You can garnish with shredded cheese, diced onions or whole chili peppers.

2 votes
10186 views
Pepper Squash Soup

Pepper Squash Soup by Micheline

This soup is creamy, velvety, tasty and could be served as an entrée for a special meal and occasion.

2 votes
8715 views
Sweet Potato Bisque

Sweet Potato Bisque by Robyn Savoie

This soup gets its wonderfully creamy texture from pureed carrots and sweet potatoes rather than cream, a dairy product I discourage due to its high saturated-fat content.

2 votes
3467 views
Hala Kahiki Chili - Pineapple Chili

Hala Kahiki Chili - Pineapple Chili by Denise Sherin

Hala Kahiki means Pineapple, this is a tropical pineapple chili. It's a nice change from regular chili. It sweet and tangy. My son still eats it with tortilla chips but King's Hawaiian sweet rolls are nice with this recipe.

1 vote
5087 views
Ed's Chicago Cocoa Chili ( aka Chocolate Chili )

Ed's Chicago Cocoa Chili ( aka Chocolate Chili ) by Edward Heller

I like cooking and I love chili and chocolate, so if there was any way I could combine the three, I was gonna do it. So here is my quite excellent balance of sweet, sour, salty and spicy, which I hope you will enjoy as well. (This recipe has been on recipezaar-dot-com since 2002, where 50 people have posted reviews of my chili…

3 votes
9114 views
Almost A Borscht Soup

Almost A Borscht Soup by Glenn

I wanted a hearty soup for lunch and had a left-over half head of boiled cabbage. What else could I do but go wild adding borschtish ingredients until I almost lost track. Bottom line, if you don't have an ingredient just leave it out or substitute something else. Have fun and be surprised, like I was, that this came out tasting…

3 votes
4329 views
After Thanksgiving Turkey Noodle Soup

After Thanksgiving Turkey Noodle Soup by Denise Sherin

There's nothing better than a basic Turkey noodle soup. We all look forward to this after Thanksgiving. This is my version of Turkey noodle soup. The water and veggie amounts listed are approx. use what you need depending on the amount you are making. Hope you enjoy it.

1 vote
6906 views
Indian Chicken Stew

Indian Chicken Stew by Navaneetham Krishnan

rich in spicy flavors and scented with the aroma of rosemary.

1 vote
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Chicken Chili With Black Eyed Peas

Chicken Chili With Black Eyed Peas by Navaneetham Krishnan

Spicy and creamy dish with the fragrance of rosemary

1 vote
2952 views
Chili con Carne - Stove Top or Crock Pot!

Chili con Carne - Stove Top or Crock Pot! by Salad Foodie

Hurray for fall and chili time! This makes a batch for about 5 adult servings, but there’s no such thing as having too much chili. You can freeze leftovers or just double the recipe and freeze the extra for busy week nights. I try to make a day ahead to deepen the flavors.

1 vote
5792 views
Hot Masala Lentil Soup

Hot Masala Lentil Soup by Navaneetham Krishnan

Chilli flakes and spices for spiciness and aroma and fresh coconut for creaminess.

1 vote
2524 views
Vegetarian Chili

Vegetarian Chili by Micheline

Comforting, tasty, spicy chili without meat. The meat is replaced with barley. Legumes and grain a great healthy meat replacement combination.

1 vote
3453 views
Slow Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup

Slow Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup by Julia Ann Souders

Enjoy a rich soup of chicken, vegetables and noodles to soothe you through the cold chill of winter. Use 1 cup of frozen peas and carrots. Or use all canned chicken broth. .©2007-2015 Netta Belle’s Choice® cookbookinabox® “Reg. U.S. Pat. & Trdmk.Off.” Reg. “Trade-marks Canadian Intellectual Property Office.”…

1 vote
4019 views
Canned Salsa Genovesi Style

Canned Salsa Genovesi Style by J. Gino Genovesi

Salsa is the Spanish for sauce. Salsa is the combination of chilies, tomatoes, celery, cilantro and a variety of other ingredients, and has been documented back to the Aztec culture. In 1529, Bernardino de Sahagun, a Franciscan missionary documented "sauce" , and other foods common to Aztec culture Salsa became popular in the…

2 votes
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