I haven’t posted a recipe from Soup Sunday in quite a while. So, it’s about that time to share another delicious and easy recipe for a soup I love. Now, I’ve posted a couple other soups that may seem similar to this one. However, I promise this soup is really different. I have made a couple tomato soups before, and both were great successes. This soup combines a wonderful tomato flavor with the interesting texture of quinoa.
Soup Sunday has come and gone once again this week. This time, it swept through with a new recipe. I love trying new soups, and this one was no exception. Normally I make a smoother type of soup. However, this chowder really appealed to me for some reason. Chowders always seemed filling and comforting. This chowder is definitely both.
My favorite food is pizza. If I had to eat the same type of food every day, I would easily choose pizza. This post comes with something I’ve been waiting a little while to experiment with. It’s a twist on traditional pizza. I know, I know. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Well, pizza tends to be a little high in calories, therefore it is a little broke for me. So, I wanted to try something a little different and lower calorie. I’ve seen cauliflower crust pizzas, which I will eventually try. However, this is a pizza I haven’t seen around much in the social scene.