Enjoy this sweet and sour stew featuring slowly stewed plantains with cubed pork over a bed of rice.
This substantial and healthy soup is brimming with fresh vegetables, chunks of chicken, and the most flavorful broth you'll ever taste. This easy dinner is great for any night of the week.
I love the flexibility of this recipe. It has so many options, and no single version is objectively better than the other. This meal will warm the belly, soothe the soul, and hug your heart.
Stay healthy with this mouth-watering vegetable soup recipe chock full of antioxidants. Easy to make, and cooks in about 45 minutes. The longer you let this soup simmer, the more flavor it gives.
Chicken broth or stock is usually enhanced with carrot, onion, celery, and seasoning. If you don't have the vegetables, however, it is still possible to make a very acceptable pot of chicken broth. I'm here to reveal my secrets.
This heartwarmingly tasty yet simple stew is quick to prepare. It's perfect when served with pancake, dumplings or beetroot. First, I'll go into a bit of history about my stew; then, we'll proceed to step-by-step instructions.
The weather is getting colder, and my daughter told me she couldn't remember the last time we had tomato soup and grilled cheese. I decided to upgrade this classic combo for a chilly fall day.
Nothing says winter more than cozying up with a bowl of hot soup. The wintertime chill often leaves us susceptible to illness. Fortunately, this plant-based soup is loaded with Vitamins A and C, filled with protein, and of course it is simply delectable.
Cheddar broccoli soup is very popular in many parts of the world, and as a child, it was the only way I'd eat broccoli! This recipe is my version of this delicious soup.
Are you craving the distinct delicious flavors of a real Maryland-Style Crab Soup? This recipe is for you, the connoisseur who wants the real flavors of the Chesapeake Bay.
When I started cooking for my husband and me, it was a struggle to find recipes that we both enjoyed. We need to eat more vegetables, which is not a problem for me, but my husband hates just about every vegetable in existence! This recipe, though, is a game changer.
What better way to prepare for winter than to prepare a hearty stew? Here is a brief history of this nourishing meal and a collection of recipes from the Carb Diva files.
I love duplicating recipes that my mom or grandma made while I was growing up. Here is one you won't want to miss: Ham and Bean Soup with Dumplings.