January 30, 2012

Mediterranean Soup from Cooking Light

I love me some good soup and this recipe is one I always fall back on during the cooler months.

It is from a decade old Cooking Light magazine and is called Mediterranean Chickpea, Tomato and Pasta Soup.

Ingredients:Recipe:The smell of this soup from the cinnamon is so fragrant and this soup is so comforting.Some changes I made to the recipe are as follows:
1 - Instead of ditalini, I used elbow macaroni.
2 - I eliminated parsley.
3 - Very important - I used two cans of chicken broth because if you don't, this won't be a soup but more like a stew.

I really love this soup and hope you do too.

What are some soups that you love to make?

"Anyone who tells a lie has not a pure heart,
and cannot make a good soup."
- Ludwig van Beethoven

13 comments:

Jenny said...

Thank you for this recipe! I will try it. I'll substitute vegan vegetable stock for the chicken stock, and perhaps crushed tomato rather than diced. But it sounds delicious and hearty and comforting indeed!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I have everything that's needed and will give this a try-thanks:@)

NanaDiana said...

Good recipe. We like winter soups here. My go to soup is always Chicken and Wild Rice soup. Yours looks good! xo Diana

Leslie said...

Ummmmmm. I could sure use a bowl of that!!

MamaJB said...

This looks so yummy, I am definitely going to make it. Thanks for sharing!

Maria said...

Sounds like my kinda soup! Mmmm it looks very comforting, perfect for winter!

Calypso In The Country said...

Looks delicious! This cold weather is making me crave soup! Have a great week!
-Shelley

AaReAn said...

There is seriously something so "homey" about a good vegetable soup...this sounds so YUMMY!

p.s. the answer to your questions (i replied on my blog but I never know if people read that part) I would have to say duck tape hehe.

MrsJenB said...

Oh, yum. That's pretty much all I have to say. :)

Jane Anne said...

This reminds me a bit of a recipe I tried out recently (a pasta fazool recipe) and 2 out of my 4 kids only liked it when I added more broth to theirs. They liked it more like a soup. I'd like to try this recipe out.

I posted a recipe today for WFMW, too: Sweet Bacon Chicken

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Miz Helen said...

What a fabulous Soup for a cold winters night. We will just love this soup! Hope you are having a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
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The Crunchy Mamacita said...

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