Thursday, January 24, 2013

Recipe: Easy Spinach Soup Made with Fresh Spinach


This tasty, healthy, dairy-free, gluten-free, low fat soup is packed with fresh spinach and cooks up in about 40 minutes (recipe here).

I originally shared this recipe for Super Spinach Soup Made with Fresh Spinach back in 2006, and it's been tucked quietly away in the recipe archives ever since. I've continued to make it all these years, and for the last six weeks it's been one of the most popular posts on Farmgirl Fare, so I dusted it off, spiffed it up, and finally added some photos, along with a printer-friendly version of the recipe.

What's so super about this simple spinach soup? It's super fast and easy to make, super delicious, and super good for you. It's rich and satisfying and yet contains no milk or cream. The secret to its thickness is a little uncooked rice tossed in. Enjoy!

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1 comment:

  1. What a lovely soup and I like the idea of using rice to thicken it! I read some of the comments from before and since there is plenty of Swiss chard and kale at the Farmer's Market right now, I think I'll try it with one of those! :)

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