Welcome to Sunday Night Soup Night!
Sunday Night Soup Night is all about celebrating the goodness of wonderful homemade soups and stocks. Warm, tasty soup, made from homemade stock can be a complete and highly nourishing meal. And also an easy and convenient one!
Thank you for the wonderful selection of soups from last weeks Sunday Night Soup Night. I love the never-ending variety and creativity when it comes to soup and I always find plenty of inspiration for my next bowl 🙂 Here are my top 3 picks from last Sunday. I hope you’ll take the time to check them out:
Doesn’t this look so pretty? 🙂 I bet it tastes wonderful too. The combination of roasted asparagus and garlic, accented with lemon and thyme, sounds simply divine!
The next two soups are very similar, and I’ve only just realized! Although from two completely different cultures (Italian and Chinese), both are broth-based soups filled with veges and meatballs/dumplings. The various seasonings used give each soup its distinctive flavor, but in both cases, these soups rely on a good broth for flavor and nutrition.
Don’t these meatballs look good? They’re made from ground turkey and seasoned with Italian seasonings.
This ‘Nonton’ soup is a tasty, healthy alternative to the Chinese takeout favorite ‘Wonton Soup’. In this soup, the yummy pork and beef dumplings are the wontons minus the wrappers! (and minus the gluten – perfect!)
So come join in the fun and share this celebration of soup:
– Link up a recipe for homemade soup, stock/broth or chowder.
– Or you may have a post your wish to share about your tips/methods for making great soups and stocks, or information about the benefits of nourishing soups and bone broths.
– Or simply get inspired by checking out the links from other bloggers.
If you see something that you like, leave a comment for that person on their blog and let them know you found them through Sunday Night Soup Night! It’s always great to get positive feedback 🙂
1) Please, no bouillon or commercial stock/broth! Soup made from homemade stock/bone broth is so much more nourishing than anything you can buy in the supermarket. If you’re not sure how to make your own stock, here are a few great posts on stock-making that have been linked to this carnival (I will rotate the links each week to highlight different stock recipes):
2) Whole, unprocessed foods only please! Low-fat milk, bad fats such as margarine and other processed vegetable oils, soy products (other than traditionally fermented soy foods such as soy sauce, tempeh, miso etc) are not ok. Minimally processed canned foods such as tomatoes, coconut milk, pumpkin, etc are ok.
I’m looking for soups that embrace real food principles and traditional food techniques such as homemade stock. Soups that will nourish, heal, and keep you in good health 🙂
3) Please provide a link back to Sunday Night Soup Night on your post.
4) Link up using the Linky tool below:
– Make sure you link the URL of your actual blog post and not your blog’s home page.
– Enter the title of your post instead of your name in the Name field