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Aromatic Middle Eastern Soup

January/February 1996

Your rating: None Average: 4.8 (6 votes)

Infusing canned broth with spices creates a heady aromatic broth that is the perfect base for this simple soup.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was an extremely delicious. I thought it would be a light and brothy soup but it packed a bold punch and the chickpeas, rice and onions made for a hearty meal. I paired it with a pomegranate spinach salad for a nice balance. "
Aromatic Middle Eastern Soup Recipe

3 Reviews for Aromatic Middle Eastern Soup

07/15/2011
A real favorite!

This soup has a wonderful combination of flavors and textures. It travels well to work and is good either hot or cold. I use bulgher.

Taste, textured, comfort food
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11/12/2009

This was an extremely delicious. I thought it would be a light and brothy soup but it packed a bold punch and the chickpeas, rice and onions made for a hearty meal. I paired it with a pomegranate spinach salad for a nice balance.

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10/30/2009

This is a fairly easy soup to make. It has a nice light, lemony flavor. I added extra chickpeas because 8 oz didn't seem enough. If you are looking for more protein, it would be great with some leftover cut up chicken or turkey.

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