Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Tried and Tasted on Tuesday's (3T's) : Nov 9th 2010

Dear Readers , today I am sharing with you all a simple,delicious and healthy soup recipe that I tried from Martha Stewart's Everyday Food.I wanted to make something nice and warm for the cold and rainy evening and ended up making this soup.

Here is the tried and tasted recipe for the day----------------

1) Curried - Zucchini Soup from Martha Stewart's Everyday Food.

While I was googling for a simple and healthy recipe for zucchini soup, I came across this delicious recipe.As we are not much of sweet lovers,the addition of curry-powder to the soup got my attention ,and immediately tried this recipe.It was not mentioned as to what kind of curry-powder to be used in the recipe,so I used the homemade curry-powder that I had handy.

I followed the entire recipe as is.This soup was very tasty and just right for the cold and rainy evening.In the recipe, it was mentioned to serve the soup with toasted almonds.I did not garnish the soup with almonds as there were allergy concerns.If you like to, you can definitely add toasted almonds.

Please go to http://www.marthastewart.com/ for the recipe I posted here today.Try it and you will love it.Will be back with more tried and tasted recipes next Tuesday.


  1. Very healthy and yummy, lovely color too!

  2. Very interesting and delicious soup..

  3. I am a big fan of Everyday Food too.Good to hear your review of your soup.

  4. Dear Kiran
    How are you?
    I liked the narrative and the recipe too...I would like to try it soon
    Have a nice week


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