Saved By Soup: More Than 100 Delicious Low-Fat Soups To Eat And Enjoy Every Day

Saved By Soup: More Than 100 Delicious Low-Fat Soups To Eat And Enjoy Every Day

by Judith Barrett
     
 

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There is no better way to tap into today's soup craze than with this glorious cookbook, filled with more than 100 deliciously low-fat soup recipes. Author Judith Barrett lost pounds and inches using these mouthwatering recipes, each of which contains less than three grams of fat per serving. And cutting the fat posed no bar to creating soups with incredible flavor --… See more details below

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There is no better way to tap into today's soup craze than with this glorious cookbook, filled with more than 100 deliciously low-fat soup recipes. Author Judith Barrett lost pounds and inches using these mouthwatering recipes, each of which contains less than three grams of fat per serving. And cutting the fat posed no bar to creating soups with incredible flavor -- Black Mushroom and Spinach Wonton Soup and Creamy Fennel Soup with Shrimp both contain only one gram of fat.

Barrett offers soups to be savored for every season. In the fall, Creamy Carrot Soup or Roasted Beet Borscht will delight you. Winter Squash Soup with Thyme or Real Gumbo with Okra and Chicken is sure to take the edge off the cold during the snowy months. Come springtime, there is Vidalia Onion Soup or Arugula Vichyssoise, and to beat the summertime heat, make a batch of Cool Cucumber and Yogurt Soup or Creamy Tomato Bisque with Shallots and Tarragon. You have a veritable calendar full of soup's pleasures at your fingertips. Soups "from the sea," like Mediterranean Fish Stew and New York Red Clam Chowder, will leave a briny tingle on your palate. If it's legumes you crave, try one of the unbeatable bean soups: Lentil and Portobello Mushroom Soup, Miami Black Bean Soup, Lemony Chickpea and Escarole Soup. Or experiment with the variety of international soup recipes that are offered, from Japanese Dashi with Soba and Scallions to Chinese Cabbage Soup with Cellophane Noodles to Italian Minestra of Swiss Chard and Rice.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780062118394
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
12/06/2011
Sold by:
HARPERCOLLINS
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
1,004,448
File size:
3 MB

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LOW-FAT CHICKEN BROTH

1 whole chicken (about 3 pounds) or
parts such as wings, backs, and necks
1 medium-size onion
4 medium-size carrots, cut into 2-inch pieces
4 ribs celery, trimmed and cut into 2-inch pieces
1 small bunch fresh parsley, rinsed
4 quarts cold water
Salt to taste

This flavorful, basic chicken broth is a good base for most soups. You'll find it has a mild chicken flavor with no other strong defining flavors to compete with the taste of the soup you are preparing.

Combine all the ingredients in an 8-quart stockpot and place over high heat. When the liquid comes to a boil, reduce the heat to medium-low, cover the pot, and simmer, skimming the surface occasionally, until the chicken is falling-off-the-bone tender, 1-1/2 to 2 hours. Allow to stand and cool to room temperature.

Strain the broth through a large sieve or colander into a bowl or plastic container. Use a wooden spoon to press the chicken and vegetables against the sieve to extract as much of the broth as possible. (Reserve the chicken and vegetables to eat separately, if desired.) Cover the container and place in the refrigerator until thoroughly chilled and the fat has hardened on the surface, at least 8 hours or preferably overnight. Use a slotted metal spoon or spatula to remove all of the fat from the broth.

Divide the broth into two or three smaller containers and store in the refrigerator for up to five days or freeze for up to three months.

MAKES ABOUT 3 QUARTS. SERVING SIZE 1 CUP

Nutritional information
18 calories.70 grams offat

Copyright ) 1999 by Judith Barrett

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