King Soba is my favorite and the only manufacturer that I know of that makes gluten free soba noodles. Now, they offer gluten free ramen! And the brown rice variety is amazing; better than gluten ramen, to me. However, it does not include a flavor packet. So, I had fun creating this easy hot & sour soup recipe using their ramen. It’s perfect for those who do not appreciate mushrooms. Also, check out my recipe for Traditional Gluten Free Hot & Sour Soup.
Fall is my favorite time of year. It follows high temperatures, often over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s Central California living. We live about 25 miles south of the south entrance of Yosemite. Today was in the low 90s, but the overcast, gray skies inspired this gluten free lasagna soup. It is a perfect way to use up broken pieces of uncooked lasagna noodles. It is also a wonderful way to use leftover ricotta cheese. I had an entire tub that was about to go bad. Continue reading “Gluten Free Lasagna Soup”
Do you love soup, but the summer heat is just unbearable? Try this cold beet soup recipe instead. It has a little heat as many Thai dishes do, but you don’t have to make it the typical Thai way. I used cream instead of coconut milk. Make it your own. It’s very forgiving and always delicious. Enjoy! Continue reading “Cold Beet Soup with a Kick”
Avocado anything is terrific in my book, but this avocado buttermilk soup is just fantastic. If you’re fortunate enough to live in the San Francisco Bay Area, then you should make this before the end of the Dungenuss crab season, between June and July. Even in Central California, we have access to some. Of course you can make this soup without the crab salad in the center. You can make a chopped vegetable salsa instead. Enjoy! Continue reading “Avocado Buttermilk Soup with Crab Salad (Gluten Free)”
I’ve been on a huge Chinese food kick lately. I don’t quite know what my body’s craving, but we’ve enjoyed it very much. This gluten free wonton soup is part of that craving kick. My husband doesn’t usually like to make a meal out of soup, but he went to town on this one. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Wonton Soup Recipe”
Most soup recipes contain onion or garlic. However, most kids just don’t care for the sight, texture or sometimes flavor of either. What are parents to do besides cook two meals? Well, this gluten free meatball soup does not contain any onion or garlic. However, it does contain basil in the broth and parsley in the meatballs. If your little one is okay on seeing “green things” (my oldest daughter used to call them) in their food, then this recipe should be okay. Continue reading “Gluten Free Meatball Soup”
About three years ago, my father’s lady friend and her daughter bought the ingredients to make my father matzo ball soup. They were going to use a packaged matzao ball mix. They had to leave early because my father became ill. So, they never got a chance to make it. I decided to give it a go. Instead of making their gluten version, I developed this gluten free matzo ball soup recipe and dropped some off at their hotel before they left. They raved about it, though they had to add some additional salt. (My Dad was on a low-sodium diet at the time.) Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Matzo Ball Soup”