hearty & healthy cold wether soup I substituted Andouille Sausage because I couldn't find Chorizo. I substituted White Beans for the Chickpeas because I prefer them. My Leeks were huge & I think the onion flavor is a bit over powering but all in all this is a soup I enjoyed and will make again with further tweaks. Pros: easy & flavorful Cons: too much onion (Leeks)
I thought I was making a soup but this turned out to be a great chickpea stew. Very hearty and delicious. I followed the recipe. The only exception would be that it doesn't specify how many ounces of crushed tomatoes. Did I miss something? Otherwise service it with crusty bread and red wine. Nice dinner.
Great easy soup This turned out great as written! The only change I made was to use a chicken chorizo sausage instead of a regular chorizo sausage since. Paired well with the Whole wheat irish soda bread rolls as suggested in the magazine. Next time will have to try the recommended wine pairing.
Really different nice smooth flavor I was iffy about this tasting like all the other tomato-based soups I make -- which end up tasting like a variation of minestrone. This was different and really really good. I used the soft Mexican style sausage they warned against -- in fact I used chicken chorizo from the Whole Foods counter. I just used one link for the whole soup and that was all it needed. I didn't want it to be super greasy from the sausage. Also I used canned tomato sauce not crushed tomatoes. That worked very well. Highly recommend the recipe! Pros: Comfort food smooth textury not too thin and brothy but not thick or creamy either
Delicious flavors I made this last night. Used an onion because I had no leeks. This soup is slightly spicy I doubled the smoked paprika and it was not overly spicy. The combination of flavors and textures was unique and worked beautifully. This would be a quick weeknight supper. Pros: Easy short ingredient list. Cons: None