This sweet pepper soup tastes a bit sweet, but very fresh. It is a great soup to make in the winter.
Figuring out Recipe
I first had this in a cafeteria at school. I was a bit skeptical at first, but I gave it a try. See, it pays to try something new once in a while. I liked it so much, I recreated the recipe at home. It did take me a few tries, but i think the recipe I created tastes very similar to what I had and when I do make this sweet pepper soup, it does not last for long. I would bet that even your most picky eater will east this. It is a very satisfying soup.
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Our cold winters here call for soups all winter long. I work long hours so I try to have a soup available for the family to heat up. I don’t have to worry so much about if they have something good to eat. This is much better than grabbing chips or something else similar. There are two types of kettles that I normally make my soups in. Links are provided below.
I like the stainless steel pot a bit more because it is lighter than the dutch oven. But the dutch oven goes into the oven, as well as, the stove top if needed.
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No matter which kettle you choose to use, If you’re like me, you will have a tiny cup of the soup before I serve my family to taste it.
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