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Soups and Stews

Known for being a comfort food, soup is usually a stock or broth based warm meal. It can include a very large variety of ingrediants, including meats, vegetables, fruits, pastas, and grains.

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Asked in Soups and Stews, Beef and Veal, Serving Sizes

Does beef stock have beef in it?

Yes, as does gravy and other things similar to it. If you wish to stay completely clear of meat you may wish to check the ingredients of products that are meat flavoured(although these don't always contain meat) and sometimes even fizzy drinks such as 7up as they can contain gelatine. ...
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Asked in Food & Cooking, Soups and Stews

Describe the process of cooking a puree of lentil soup?

Soak dry lentils 8hrs in unsalted water, after, remove any irregulars, drain and just cover with heavily salted water, simmer gently until tender (20~30 min.), puree in blender/food processor/food mill, add water to reach consistency as required, season to taste carefully (soup will easily absorb a great deal of seasoning at this point). For non-vegetarians, simmer soaked lentils in ham stock, omitting salt, adding pieces of cooked ham. Just before serving, add large dollop sour cream/yoghurt in centre of bowl. I also enjoy adding Lebanese...
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Asked in Soups and Stews

What goes good with chicken noodle soup?

Not very creative, I know, but good old grilled cheese is the way to go. Any kind of toasted bread would be good for that matter.. ...
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Asked in Chemistry, Soups and Stews, Beef and Veal

What is a homogeneous mixture Brine beef stew sand and water soil or raisin bread?

Brine is homogeneous. Beef stew, sand and water, soil and raisin bread are all heterogeneous. ...
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Asked in Food & Cooking, Soups and Stews

Should you eat tomato soup if you are sick?

If you're nauseated it might make it worse since it's high in acid. If you have a cold or the flu it's fine. ...
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Asked in Soups and Stews

How many noodles are in Campbell chicken noodle soup in cups?

1 million Thank you , DR. Evil , but inaccurate which is a good term to use for this question, since the number can vary due to the way the noodles are added to the soup , and the size of the serving . Maybe contact the maker they usually have taken the time to check on these things . They would prbably give a number -number. ...
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Asked in Food & Cooking, Soups and Stews

Would it be likely that you could buy beef stock at a supermarket?

they do have beef bouillon cubes at the supermarket,in the baking section.but its nothing like homemade. reading the ingredient listing gives a good indication of the quality of the pre-made dried stocks and dried bouillon..in lesser quality stocks and bouillon . Salt is often high on the list, whereas your better quality canned/carton ones will often have meat or fat as a primary ingredient though those usally have to be refrigerated once opened. ...
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Asked in Drinks and Beverages, Soups and Stews

What is soup a food or a drink?

Any beverage that contains protein, carbs, minerals and vitamins, etc. is a food. Soup is served as a beverage in Chinese culture, during the meal--not tea. Soup is versatile. It can be served as a food and is most often classified as one, but it can be drunk as a beverage. Think of it this way, soup is a combination of various sizes, flavors, and types of food floating in a complementative drink, which is why most people do not accompany their soup...
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Asked in Cooking Techniques, Food Spoilage, Soups and Stews

How do you freeze vegetable soup?

Either in a zip lock bag (try to get out as much air as possible). Another way is a plastic tupperware container. ...
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Asked in Soups and Stews

How do you remove the smoky flavor from bacon and vegetable soup?

The smoky flavor cannot be removed from bacon or any other food to which smoke flavor has been added. ...
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Asked in Ingredient Substitutions, Tomatoes, Soups and Stews, Half and Half (dairy)

Can you substitute half and half for milk in canned tomato soup?

I would say yes. My cousins were heating some up and we were out of milk and they used the (last of) half and half. They gave me some and were making faces and smirking. I think they thought it would taste nasty, but it was quite good. ...
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Asked in Food & Cooking, Soups and Stews

Why should stock not be boiled?

because all the water seperates from the seasoning and goes to the bottem. Then you have to wait until it cools off for it to be mixed again. ...
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Asked in Soups and Stews

What is the function of chicken stock in soup?

It gives a great taste and also helps to form the texture.
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Asked in Cooking Techniques, Cooking Times and Temperatures, Soups and Stews

How long to boil carcass for soup?

I assume you are trying to make the stock for the soup first, correct? Don't forget to brown the carcass in the oven for an hour at 350 or 400 degrees first before putting it in the stock pot. This isn't absolutely necessary but ,you will get a richer, better tasting product. And consider adding some canned chicken broth to the stock pot as well, that will also improve the final product. You actually shouldn't BOIL the stock, you just bring it...
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Asked in Food & Cooking, Soups and Stews

How do you get the sweet taste out of soup?

soup of what? tomato are sweet if the are good, even onion, carrots many other vegetable; you need good ingredients ...
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Asked in Food & Cooking, Recipes, Soups and Stews

What is a recipe for tomato base sizzling rice soup?

A restaurant specialty, sizzling rice soup makes crackling sounds when crisp rice is added to the hot broth. Serves 6 Ingredients: 4 large dried black mushrooms, stems removed 1 medium (about 6 ounces) boneless, skinless chicken breast 1 slice ginger 1/4 cup barbequed pork (or cooked ham) 4 ounces shrimp 1/4 cup canned bamboo shoots 1/4 cup canned water chestnuts 5 cups chicken stock or broth 1 cup reserved mushroom soaking liquid 1 TB dark soy sauce 1 1/2 tsp Chinese rice wine or dry sherry Salt and pepper to taste A...
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Asked in Soups and Stews

What happens to tomato soup when it boils?

I think the problem with boiling tomato soup is that a "skin" forms on top when it cools. That can be easily removed and the soup is not ruined at all. ...
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Asked in Food & Cooking, Soups and Stews

What is potage?

It is a thick (often creamy) soup Potage (from Old French pottage; "potted dish") is a category of thick soups, stews, or porridges, in some of which meat and vegetables are boiled together with water until they form into a thick mush. It is a French soup usually pureed and often thickened with cream or egg yolks. ...
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Asked in Soups and Stews

What is a list of the four category of soup and their sub category?

consomme, puree, veloute, broths, miscellaneous
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Asked in Andy Warhol, Tomatoes, Soups and Stews

Did Andy Warhol paint the logo for tomato soup?

no he did not However, he created a famous pop art painting using the Campbell tomato soup label as his inspiration. ...
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Asked in Soups and Stews

What is consume soup?

I think you mean con⋅som⋅mé  [kon-suh-mey, kon-suh-mey] Show IPA –noun a clear soup made by boiling meat or chicken, bones, vegetables, etc., to extract their nutritive properties: served hot or jellied. ...
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Asked in Soups and Stews

Does Campbell's soup company still make golden mushroom soup?

Yes, we can easily buy it in Menlo Park CA..why not contact Campbell??
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