Soups/Stews

Soups/Stews

It can be hard to resist a recipe that includes the phrase “lime-scented sour cream” so why even try. Cauliflower is simmered until tender, pureed until smooth, enriched with a scoop of that lime-scented sour cream and then served with crumbles of crisp chorizo and another dollop of that cream.

A velvety-smooth soup spotlighting cauliflower's many delicate flavors, accentuated by sautéed onion and leek.

Fiskesuppe, as it’s called in Norwegian, can be found at nearly every restaurant on the Lofoten Islands of northern Norway.

This is a simple stew that delivers big flavor.

This stew is wonderful on its own, but it is also great spooned over polenta or stirred into a simple risotto.

This fish-enhanced garlic soup is the humblest soup and also one of the most flavorful.

This delicate, mint-scented soup is one of the first recipes we return to when spring arrives in Minnesota each year.

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