With a little creativity, you can enjoy a "homespun" and comforting bowl of warmth
The other day, I was pondering how spoiled we’ve become by the ability to find nearly everything online. Like recipes.
Through the years, I’ve collected a ton, the old-school way, by clipping them from magazines and organizing them in folders.
Flipping through one, I found an easy, yummy soup recipe using…once again…canned tomato soup.
If you like Thai flavors, you’ll love this.
Dump soup in a pot. Add half a can of water and half coconut milk. Stir in a teaspoon of Thai green curry paste (or more) and warm through.
Garnish with several squeezes of lime juice, Siracha, and fresh cilantro.
Now here’s my own take: I added a couple of tablespoons of chunky peanut butter and some fresh, cooked shrimp. Fabulous!
Creamy. Spicy. Warming. And, fast!
Hope you like it.
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Sherry McGuinn is a longtime Chicago-area writer and award-winning screenwriter. She is currently pitching her newest screenplay, “The Month We Fell Apart,” a drama with dark, comedic overtones inspired by a true story, as well as “DEAD TIRED,” a female-driven, erotic thriller.