This mixed vegetable soup is one of those recipes that I prepare whenever I need to cook something really quickly. The whole “thing” is ready in under 1 hour and since the soup is very thick (because of the dumplings), it can easily replace a light dinner too. I have […]
I totally love soups and stews! I’m pretty sure I could survive just by eating these, especially during the cold months of the year. This section will contain all kinds of soup recipes, starting with some classics such as this Thick Bean soup or Frankfurter soup… but also some less traditional ones, for example a Lettuce soup or my favorite Sauerkraut soup. Give some of them a try!
Tomato soup with cabbage, potatoes and pork shoulder used to be my grandmother’s favorite soup. Whenever we came for a visit, she would cook the “Red Cabbage Soup” as she used to call it, for us. I have to admit there were times we wished she would cook something else, […]
I have mentioned this here on the blog a few times already, but lemme repeat myself 🙂 I simply love soups! Thick, thin, vegetable, meat based… all of them 🙂 And today, I would like to show you how I prepare one of my favorite ones. It’s a thick and […]
I’ve been in love with this soup for as long as I remember 🙂 The intense flavor of quality sauerkraut combined with the smoked sausages and pork knuckle gives this soup a very specific flavor that’s impossible to substitute with anything else. Proper sauerkraut soup must be thick, it’s basically […]
Today I would like to show you how to to cook a lettuce soup called Salota. It’s a traditional, maybe a 100 years old recipe coming from the Goral region, that you can find around the border between the Slovak Republic and Poland. This region used to be quite poor […]
Hungarian Style Goulash is one of those dishes that I really love to prepare and I do that pretty often. It’s fairly easy to make, all the magic happens in one pot and you can cook it in larger quantities without making any compromise when it comes to the quality. […]
Let’s cook the Frankfurter soup today, shall we? It’s a traditional German soup type that became popular all over the world. A bowl of hot soup is something I’d eat anytime, even as a breakfast, and I’m not kidding. To be honest, I believe I could survive on soup alone […]