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4 Hearty Gluten-Free Soups to Make Right Now
Elizabeth Barbone - February 17, 2014
4 Hearty Gluten-Free Soups to Make Right Now

Alright, winter. You got me. Usually I try not to complain about the weather but this year? Oh my god, this winter feels endless. So cold! So snowy! So OVER IT.

Since I can't control the weather (darn it!), I can control what I make. And with a winter like this, I want soup. Lots of soup.

Here are four of my favorite hearty winter soups.

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Paleo Sweet Potato Soup (free recipe)
Paleo Sweet Potato Soup (free recipe)

January 27, 2014

Years ago, I ordered a bowl of sweet potato soup in a small bistro in Burlington, Vermont. I expected a sweet, creamy soup. What I got was a sweet, creamy soup with a noticeable spicy kick. I loved it! At home, I recreated the soup and included the recipe in my second cookbook, "How to Cook Gluten-Free." That recipe, like the one served at the bistro, contained dairy. Several readers asked for a dairy-free variation of the recipe. So I created one. . . . keep reading

Copycat Recipe: Panera's Broccoli Cheddar Soup (Free Recipe)
Copycat Recipe: Panera's Broccoli Cheddar Soup (Free Recipe)

January 14, 2014

My version of Panera's Broccoli Cheddar soup--made gluten-free, of course. . . . keep reading

The Best Gluten-Free Corn Chowder
Elizabeth Barbone
The Best Gluten-Free Corn Chowder

August 9, 2011

You know those foods that you just prefer a certain way? I'm like that with chowder. I like my chowder thick but not ultra rich. Sounds like an oxymoron, right? Let me explain.

Often chowder's richness comes from cream. When too much cream is used in the recipes, I find the flavor of the chowder a little blunted. To get around this--and still enjoy a thick consistency--up the amount of flour in the roux to thicken the soup. Instead of a 1:1 ratio of fat to flour, I use a 1:2 ratio and omit the cream altogether. This lends a nicely thick soup without being too rich. If you prefer a thin chowder, add an additional cup of chicken or vegetable broth.

By the way, this chowder has a little spicy kick under the sweetness of the corn. If you'd prefer chowder without the kick, just leave out the hot sauce.

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Gluten-Free Italian Wedding Soup (Free Recipe)
Gluten-Free Italian Wedding Soup (Free Recipe)

Have you ever eaten Italian Wedding Soup at a wedding? Probably not, and there's a good reason why: the name for this dish most likely comes from a mistranslation of the classic Neapolitan soup Minestra Maritato, which translates to "married soup". The soup's name doesn't refer to a marriage between people, but to how well the meat and greens work together in the soup.

Like Minestra Maritata, Italian Wedding Soup combines meat and greens, usually meatballs and spinach. My version is fairly simple to make. Just keep a few things in mind and . . . keep reading

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