|Little Caribbean Cookbook|
|by Jill Hamilton|
Drawn from cuisines around the world, the essence of traditional Caribbean cuisine lies in its seasonings of fresh herbs, spices, and hot peppers.
1 - 10 of 126 for spanish soups
Pour olive oil ... this can be added to bowls of soup if you like. Serves about 12. If a blender is available, it is better to use than to grind things up.
To electric blender container add vegetables and 1 c. tomato juice, blend until smooth. Transfer mixture to large bowl and add remaining ingredients. ...
Remove skin from ... blender jar with soup in refrigerator for ... seconds. Serve in chilled bowls, sprinkle with garlic and flavored croutons if desired.
In large pot, saute green pepper, onion and garlic in olive oil. Add washed beans and water to cover, then add bay leaf, oregano, hot pepper and ...
Put all above ingredients in blender or processor and process until smooth. Chill several hours. Serve in ice cold bowls and garnish with chopped ...
Blend well in blender. Chill.
Saute whole garlic ... bread, or place one egg each in six (1) cup ramekins. Ladle in soup over eggs and bake at 350 degrees 15 minutes or until eggs set.
Combine garlic, seasonings, ... simmer for 30 minutes. Crumble bread into the soup and return to a boil. Serve as or topped with grated cheese. 4 servings.
Put all ingredients into a blender. Blend for 3 seconds, chill. Serve with croutons or sour cream.
The boat recipe is quicker and easier than the home one. Put it together and simmer for a while. Serve with fresh bread and butter and a green ...
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