Ree Drummond Collard Green Soup

Ree Drummond’s Collard Green Soup

Ree Drummond has a number of best selling cookbooks, and is the host of the Food Network show The Pioneer Woman. She also is an award winning writer and photographer, and has published a number of articles and blogs on food and cooking. During the fall season, she focuses on comfort food, which is a great time to cook. Soups and stews are popular in the fall.

One of her signature soups is a simple yet elegant butternut squash soup. This is a delicious combination of winter squash, garlic, onions, and spices. To top it off, the soup is dairy free. You’ll definitely want to try it.

The other soups in her repertoire are equally easy to make, and offer up a nice mix of vegetables and protein. Aside from the usual suspects, she’s got a few newer recipes in her rolodex, including a quinoa and lentils version and a vegan butternut squash soup. These are all savory, though, and are well worth the effort.

If you’re in the mood for a healthy, nutritious, and nourishing meal, there’s nothing better than a bowl of this soup. Serve it up with a crusty baguette for maximum effect. Or, serve it up with a dollop of coconut milk for a truly decadent meal.

The most important part of any soup is a good broth, and you can find some excellent stocks at your local supermarket. Make sure you don’t skimp on the liquid, as this will affect the consistency of your final product. For best results, you’ll want a medium pot with at least two inches of water in it.

The crockpot, the dutch oven, or the slow cooker are all excellent options. They’ll give you a hearty soup that is perfect for those cold and dreary days of winter. And if you really aren’t into the whole home cooking thing, you can get the same tummy satisfying results by letting the pot simmer away on low.

The most impressive thing about this soup is that it is relatively easy to make. The key is in knowing how to assemble the ingredients, and in getting them all to cook at the same time. Also, don’t forget the little things: use the correct measuring cups, stir often, and remove the pot from the heat as soon as it’s done. Depending on your stove, the soup may take up to a couple of hours to complete. Once it’s done, it’s time to taste test and adjust your spices and seasonings to your liking. That’s the only way to know that you’ve created a truly delectable bowl of soup.

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