Tofu and Coconut Curry Soup (#21)

In this age of technology, I tend to get most of my recipes from food blogs versus paper cookbooks.  I have tons of cookbooks, probably around 20!  I even have a subscription to Cooking Light magazine which provides me with dozens of recipes each month.  One of my favorite cookbooks is Cooking Light: Way to Cook Vegetarian.

Here are some of my other favorites!

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This soup incorporates many Thai flavors and since I love Thai food, I figured this would be delicious!  It actually turned out semi bland and oily.  As I’ve said before, I usually follow recipes exactly the first time and then start to experiment.  I would definitely decrease the oil and maybe use full fat coconut milk (or 1 full fat, 1 light).  If you make this, please comment and let me know what adjustments you made!

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Tortellini Soup (#9)

This recipe is very simple in flavor, and VERY simple to make!  I wish I had taken more notes on each recipe that I already made.  From what I remember, this could have used a little more spice.  Soup warms me up during the cold winter, even though it’s not that cold here in California.  As you can probably already tell, I rarely cook meat but sometimes I get sick of eating so many beans/legumes.  The tortellini make this soup more filling than a traditional broth based soup.  I added a spoonful of pesto onto each bowl of soup because in my opinion, pesto makes everything taste better.

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Cauliflower Soup (#7)

Soup is definitely one of my go to recipes during winter.  It is unfortunate when a recipe is a flop because that means I am stuck with it all week since I live alone!  Fortunately, this one was a winner to me!  The flavor is a bit mild but I still really enjoyed it.  Dipping bread into my soup is a must so I chose a crusty, herby bread for this soup.

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