Tagged with smoked paprika

Colourful Couscous Salad

Colourful Couscous Salad

As summer heats up, the idea of turning on my oven or stove becomes less and less enticing. Not only does this recipe only require one burner to be on for approximately 3 minutes, but the entire salad also comes together within minutes. I prefer to use green onions for the contrast against the pepper … Continue reading

Kidney Bean Mélange

Kidney Bean Mélange

One word. Spices, vegetables, beans, and meat simmered    together to form a delicious sauce, and then served over rice. Somewhere in between a chili and a stew, lacking sufficient meat for either, and with insufficient paprika to be a proper goulash. How about mélange, hmm? Given how quickly I threw this together and the … Continue reading

Tomato Soup

I’m pretty sure tomato soup + grilled cheese is the best food combination ever. Savory cheese, crispy bread, and delicious, delicious tomato soup. I’ve made this recipe a couple times now, and each time I change it a bit. I’m still not entirely satisfied with it–next time I think I will add bacon with the … Continue reading

Potato & Leek Soup

If the increasing frequency of soup posts on this blog hasn’t yet made this clear, the nastier it gets outside, the more I make soup. For me, potato & leek soup is a comfort food and the inclusion of milk and cheese reflects that. For a thinner consistency, add less milk/cheese or more chicken broth. … Continue reading

Smoky & Spicy Turnip Soup

This soup is the perfect remedy to a rainy + cold fall evening. I made several changes to A Good Appetite’s recipe, notably subbing half smoked paprika and upping the cayenne. If you are spice-averse, use less cayenne. This soup is SPICY! 2 tablespoons olive oil 3 medium turnips, peeled and diced 1 large onion, … Continue reading