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Barb Faulk of Freddy Guys Hazelnuts showed us how to make this soup and we can't stop eating it. Go to www.everydaydish.tv to get this recipe and many more!
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In this episode Chef Billy Parisi helps out Brandi of Saint Louis, Missouri, who has been making a flavorless and lack of Onion Soup. Watch as Chef Billy Parisi "fixes" this recipe for Brandi and if have a recipe you feel needs some "fixing" simply submit is via www.fixmyrecipe**** or email it directly to cheffixmyreicpe**** and it just might be the next featured "Fix of the Day."
A winter season specialty is snake soup, and we go right to the source in Kowloon - Shia Wong Hip. Here you can get ready made soup from non-poisonous snakes, or for the more adventurous, have a deadly cobra (or worse) made to order.
Watch as the owner, plays with the deadly serpents…
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Crock Pot Pea Soup is one of my favorite comfort foods. Here's my simple recipe using a crock pot, you can start the soup and leave it all day. Watch the show and then share your recipes on our viewer forum, The Green House. www.green-house.tv Distributed by Tubemogul.
Brain Igarta uses annatto to color this flavorful and delightful soup! Go to www.everydaydish to get the recipe.
This easy creamed soup is sure to warm you up on a cool evening.
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Today, we corralled Angela Stokes from downstairs to make us some energy soup.
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Thai Hot and Sour Prawn Soup is fast and easy once you learn how it is done. Copy the recipe below then watch the Thai Thai Hot and Sour Prawn Soup video. Hot and Sour Prawn Soup "Tom Yam Goong" Recipe
* 2 cups water or chicken stock or vegetable stock
* 250g uncooked shrimp or prawns, unpeeled
* 1 stalk lemongrass, sliced
* 5 kaffir lime leaves stem removed and torn
* ½ cup straw mushrooms cut in half
* 1 cup pea eggplant (eggplant cubed into small pieces will do)
* 5 kaffir leaves stem removed and torn
* 2 1/2 tbsp Thai fish sauce
* 2 ½ tbsp fresh lime juice
* 3 thin sliced fresh dried or matured galangal
* 3 red bird's eye chilies
* 1 tbsp fresh chopped coriander (cilantro) leaves
Wash, peel and de-vein shrimp or prawns, remove the heads but keep the tails intact. In a sauce pan, boil the water or stock over medium heat. Add lemongrass, mushrooms, galangal, lime leaves and cook a few minutes until fragrant. Then add prawn and simmer until they have just changed color, turn off heat. In the serving bowl add the juice from fresh limes, chilies and fish sauce. If you bruise the chili, the more you do the spicier the soup. Transfer the ingredients from the sauce pan to the serving bowl and mix. The soup should be spicy, sour and salty.
Chicken and Galangal Coconut Cream Soup doesn't take long to cook. You can replace the chicken with any meat or seafood. Copy the recipe below then watch the Thai Chicken and Galangal Coconut Cream Soup video. Thai Chicken and Galangal Coconut Cream Soup "Tom Kha Gai" * ¾ cup chicken stock or plain water * 200g chicken breast (skinned) * 10g thinly sliced fresh young galangal * ½ cup coconut cream * ¾ cup coconut milk * 6g kaffir lime leaves, stem removed and torn * 10g red shallots. peeled * 40g straw mushrooms sliced, substitute with chanterelles or oysters mushrooms torn * 10 grams or 1 stalk of lemon grass bruised and sliced into 1 inch lengths * 1 tbsp coriander or cilantro leaves * 1 coriander root scraped * 1 - 2 tbsp lime juice * 1 - 2 tbsp Thai fish sauce * 10g red bird's eye chilies In a sauce pan, combine stock or water with coconut cream and coconut milk. Boil over high heat. Add the galangal, lemongrass, red shallots, chilies, coriander root and mushrooms. Add the chicken and simmer until tender. Add the kaffir lime leaves, fish sauce and lime juice and continue simmering until fragrant. Remove from heat and transfer to the serving bowl. Garnish with fresh coriander and serve. The soup should be rich and creamy, salty, sour and spicy.
Thai Spicy Seafood Soup is easy if you know the proper way to add the ingredients. Copy the recipe below then watch the cooking Thai Spicy Seafood Soup video. Thai Spicy Seafood Soup "Po Taek" 2 cups of water or chicken stock 50g shrimp or prawns 50g Sea Bass, skinned and cleaned 50g squid and cut into 2cm pieces 50g mussels in their shell cleaned (optional) 50g crab in shell cleaned (optional) 5 kaffir leaves torn 3 this slices of fresh or dried galangal 1 stalk lemongrass cut into 1 -- 2 inch pieces 2 ½ tbsp Thai fish sauce 2 ½ tbsp lime juice ¼ cup sweet basil leaves Pinch of salt 3 green and red birds eye chilies 1 dried red chili, fried slightly and cut into ½ inch pieces Wash, peel and de-vein prawns or shrimp, remove the heads but keep the tails intact. Bring water or stock to boil in a sauce pan over medium heat then add lemongrass, galangal and lime leaves. Cook until fragrant. Add all the seafood except the shrimp or prawns (DO NOT STIR) and wait until they change color then add the shrimp or prawns. Cook a few more minutes then add the sweet basil leaves, swirl gently and turn off heat. In a serving bowl, (Do this while waiting for the sauce pan to boil) combine lime juice, chilies and fish sauce. Add the ingredients from the sauce pan when done to the serving bowl. Mix bottom to top and top with the dried red chilies and sprig of sweet basil. The soup should be spicy, sour and salty with aroma of sweet basil and dried red chilies.