Herbed Zucchini Soup

August/September 2005, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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This is one of the few soups that make the cut in summer. Serve it chilled to take the edge off a hot August night.

"This soup was very bland. Followed the recipe as written not looking forward to eating it over the next few days since I don't want to waste food. "
Herbed Zucchini Soup

32 Reviews for Herbed Zucchini Soup

Delicious taste of summer

I make this soup often, in fact I crave it:)

It's light but satisfying
I hate Zucchini but I LOVE this soup

I did not have a blender, so I just ate it as is. I think it is better when it is not blended because the zucchini adds texture. Yum-o!

Butter Favor, tasty, easy to make
Not Bland tatse

I saw the comment the soup is bland, So I added garlic 1/2t since I love garlic and 1/8t of sage while the zucchini was cooking to tender. I substitute reduce fat cheddar cheese with a white cheese, shredded reduce fat Parmesan, since that was the only cheese in my frig. IT WAS AMAZING!!! The cheese, garlic, and zucchini mixed so well. Next time I am gonna add 1/2t of onion. Hope this is helpful.

Easy, Fast, Tasty, Easy to substitute ingredients.

This soup was lovely. I added mixed herbs and parsley instead as I don't like tarragon or dill and didn't want to ruin it by adding them. I found I didn't need to add pepper as I found it quite peppery as it was. But full of flavour, will definitely be making this over over again.

This is a keeper!

I used two large Italian zuccini's and tarragon and it turned out great. My 2 year old daughter liked it too which is a bonus! This one is definitely a keeper!

Easy and quick to make
Comments (1)


Nita_39 wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

Zucchini is abundant here &

Zucchini is abundant here & just wondering what to do with it. This recipe came just in time. I agree! I added my personal favorite herb, basil; Easy & delicious!

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