Green Machine

9 Dec
As promised, our top five BEST soups of all soupie time…. (Uhm, Alayna is insisting instead of “Best” I say “some of our favorites” as if our other precious soups like Roasted Root Soup and Fennel is Fantastic will have their feelings hurt. Alayna is very attached to these little bowls of miracles.)
This is based on nothing but Alayna and my personal opinions and casual soup banter. Honestly, none of the soups we make are that tricky to pull off. Well, slaughtering that pumpkin was sort of intense… but that soup didn’t even make the cut (even though it was delicious). So new soupies, don’t be intimated that these are SOME OF OUR FAVORITE soups, just be inspired to make them. And enjoy them. And share them.
In no particular order:
P.S. Our top five happens to also be really cheap soups to make. Only the West African has meat. We’re talking less than $10 soups here (well, for non-Manhattan residents at least, put us in the $15 range– but still– remember, these are BIG portions)
Tonight’s soup? Not on the top five list of best time soups, but probably on the top five list of healthiest soups. This was sort of one of those, lets just toss in what we have in the fridge in a pot with broth and then put it in the blender soups. Those soups never fail. Well, depending on your fridge.
Either way, it’s a nice during the week meal, especially as the weekends seem to be increasingly filled with holiday sugar madness. So it’s nice to level out the playing field. Okay, soup out buddies.
The Green Machine!

  • roughly chop 6 cloves of garlic and saute with red pepper flakes and herbs de provence
  • add one large roughly chopped yellow onion, 3 small-medium red potatoes, a large carrot, a head of broccoli (with the top part of the stalks), 2-3 large zucchini and two tomatoes and cook covered
  • when potatos and carrot are starting to get soft, add your veggie broth, 1/2 a bag of spinach (or more, whatevs), bring to a simmer
  • blend and serve!

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