Sunday, February 10, 2008


How many soup posts can be made? Apparently thousands during the winter months.
A couple of weeks ago I started by making soups of every color, red, orange, yellow and green. I lost the majority of the photos and wasn't able to complete my project of going after purple, brown, and blue. Without completing my project, I show you two soups.

Green Kale Soup:
This soup used boiled chard and steamed broccoli, pureed it all with lots of spices and my green soup was done, and damn tasty.

Corn Chowder:
When I created this soup I had already created my yellow corn soup, so I went for a twist to my corn chowder. Caramelized onions, carrots, corn, tarragon and potatoes in a creamy soy and vegetable broth.
It was nice to have a stew-like meal with creamy potatoes.


the vegan blog tracker said...

I could see omnis being weary of the green kale soup (it's green!) but the corn chowder looks incredible - even my parents would be all over it.

Melisser; the Urban Housewife said...

Mmm, I love soup! I had split pea tonight.

Melody Polakow said...

those look amazing! Are those capers on the green soup?

Webly said...

The green soup is a bit odd looking, but it was so great!

The Kale soup has black salt on top. I should note that.

VeganFabulous said...

I need some desperate help making soup. Every time I made one, no matter where the recipe came from, it turns out bland. I know this is a very general question but what am I doing wrong?

Webly said...

Megan - I think good soups are all about a good base. I use a powdered vegetable broth I am fond of. Find a bullion you like.
I'm into fancy salts and I think they also add to the flavor after the soup is complete. yum.

Anonymous said...

There are never enough soup posts...I love soup! Yours look amazingly good!


Urban Vegan said...

Kale soup? That sounds right up my alley.