Quinoa and Vegetable Soup - Review by carina
Very good soup. The family was doubtful when I said I was making "quinoa and cabbage soup" but it turned out very well. I didn't have the Italian seasonings on hand, so I tried different spices that I did have - smoked paprika, cayenne, a little creole seasoning, & black pepper, and I also bumped up the amount of garlic by about 3 times the amount. I used the full amount of low-sodium chicken broth indicated, and didn't feel that it was too soupy at all. I used manchego cheese instead of the parm, only because that was what I had. I thought that the smoked paprika and manchego complimented the cabbage & beans very well. I served it with quick homemade biscuits, and it was a warm comforting meal on a cold night.
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