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2006/10/16 18:56:14 (permalink)

Looking for some spicy soups....

...with jalapenos or habaneros in them. Got any recipes?
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/16 19:59:21 (permalink)
    Sure. Campbell's chicken rice soup or bean and bacon soup with jalapenos or habaneros tossed in
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/16 20:10:06 (permalink)
    I'm lible to put pickled jalapenos, and some of the juice, in any bowl or pot of soup. I also like those canned chapoltes.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/16 20:10:07 (permalink)
    I was thinking more along the lines of a homemeade soup, I've had a green chile soup that was really good, with sour cream on top. Just looking for recipes.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/16 20:36:58 (permalink)
    THP, that chiliforum site linked on anouther thread, oh "chili lovers uninte" has a good sounding green chili recipe.

    My list of soups to make has gotten so long, from all the great sounding recipes at this site, that I may never get to make them all. I will probably spice up most of them.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/16 21:09:21 (permalink)
    I'll have to find that, thanks.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/16 21:50:45 (permalink)
    I couldn't find my recipe but this one is very similar; you need the habanero or scotch bonnet but its up to you how much to use:

    JAMAICAN PUMPKIN SOUP
    Serves: 8

    2 pounds peeled pumpkin (about 6 cups)
    6 cups chicken broth
    1 cup light coconut milk
    4 ounce piece pickled or salt pork (I use ham and sometimes some bacon)
    1 large onion, chopped
    1 clove garlic, minced
    2 teaspoons minced fresh ginger
    1 bay leaf large
    1 sprig thyme
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1/4 teaspoon black pepper
    1/4 teaspoon ground allspice
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    hot chile pepper to taste (Scotch bonnet/habanero)

    In large pot, combine all ingredients . Bring to boil; reduce heat, cover and simmer for about 30 minutes or until pumpkin is very soft.
    Remove pork, thyme sprig and bay leaf.
    In blender, purée soup until smooth. Return to pot and reheat. Add salt and pepper if needed

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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/16 21:54:37 (permalink)
    Wow! That sounds great. Can I share that on my site? I'll give you credit, do you have a site, or i can put your name.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/16 21:59:01 (permalink)
    Oh never mind, I see you said that is not yours, but yours is similar. Sounds great! Those are the kinds of recipes I'm looking for. I will try this one when it gets colder :)
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/16 23:30:50 (permalink)
    Mr.Hoffman, I like your style!!!
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/16 23:44:40 (permalink)
    Zesty Snapper Chowder

    4 Medium Boiling Potatoes
    3 Saffron Threads (Optional)
    3 TBSP Olive Oil
    2 Large Onions, chopped
    5 Cloves Garlic, minced
    1 (28 oz) Can Diced Tomatoes, undrained
    1 tsp Chili Powder
    1/2 tsp chipoltle powder
    1 1/2 Cups Tomato Sauce
    8 Cups Fish Stock or water
    2 Pounds Red Snapper, cut into chunks
    salt and pepper
    pickled Jalepeno

    Put potatoes in medium pot and add cold salted water to cover

    Bring the water to boil, and cook until tender

    Remove from water, let cool slightly

    peel and cut into 1 inch cubes

    place the saffron in a small bowl with 2 TBSP warm water, stir and set aside.

    While the potatoes cook, warm the oil in a larege saucepan over medium high heat

    Add onion saute until translucent, add garlic and tomatoes saute for 5 minutes longer.

    Stir in the chili powders and cook for 1 minute.

    Pour the stock over the vegetables for about 15 minutes

    add the fish, potatoes, and the saffron with liquid

    Simmer covered for 10 minutes

    season with salt and pepper

    serve hot garnished with the pickled jalapenos

    Enjoy
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/17 13:48:23 (permalink)
    The link for the chiliforum site I mentioned above is in a thread Roossy sarted in the chili section called "chili lovers unite". I would mess the link up for sure as it is kinda long. There is a good sounding green chili recipe in the "not red" section there, and lotsa other neat recipes.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/17 13:55:10 (permalink)
    Thanks Papa, I'll check it out.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/17 14:40:17 (permalink)
    I have wanted to make a hot wing type/ spicy chicken soup, maybe with rice. I have Googled some but none of the recipes sound just right to me. I make hot chicken breasts, or legs, just cooked in hot sauce and butter, and served over white rice, that my familly likes. Just not sure what to add to make it into a soup. Would be good if done right I think.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/17 14:53:06 (permalink)
    Since hot wing sauces have vinegar, you may want to make it a sweet and sour soup.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/17 14:58:56 (permalink)
    A sweet and sour hot wing soup, hmmm, might be great. I would have no clue how to start. Hot wing sauce, or hot sauce and butter, chicken and......
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/17 15:03:12 (permalink)
    A good way to start might be to look up a recipe for sweet and sour soup, add hot wing sauce to this soup, fry some wings up until crispy, drop them in the soup and cook one more hour to soak up the sweet, sour, and hot!
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/17 15:43:49 (permalink)
    Maybe some chicken part other than the wing? The wings might be hard to eat in a soup. Kinda hard to de bone. Interesting idea though THP!

    I make a spicy cabbage stew/ soup.

    1 head cabbage

    2 lbs ground beef

    1 lb Itialian, or regular pork sausage, the ground kind

    chopped onion and bell pepper, maybe some garlic

    1 jar pasta sauce, you pick

    1 can tomato soup

    1 can rotell tomatos

    chopped pickled jalapenos, the more the spicier. I rense out the seeds.

    any other seasonings you think sound good but it won't need much

    Boil the cabbage till not to done. Brown the meat w/ the onions and pepper. Pour almost all the water off the cabbage. Add the all the stuff together and simmer.

    I'm sure there would be lots of good variations on this. I make it kinda different every time. Not bad on a cold day.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/17 16:10:17 (permalink)
    You said hot wing soup, so it should have wings in it. I think that would actually be cool. Otherwise, call it buffalo chicken soup, and use shredded or diced chicken.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/17 16:23:52 (permalink)
    Blenderize 1 jalapeno or habanero with some onion, garlic, tomato, salt, cilantro/parsley so that you have a little bowl of fresh salsa.

    Take a spoon or two of that and stir in into your favorite soup, right at the table.

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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/17 16:33:23 (permalink)
    Ok Ok, now that I think about it more, those wings might be kinda fun to chase down and suck the meat off of. Everyone would need a little bone plate, cool!

    I think diced breast might make a good spicy chicken soup also. Hmmm, maybe hot sauce, butter, chicken and broth, sour cream or ranch or blue cheese, and ???
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/18 14:14:58 (permalink)
    Soup you can eat with your fingers, you gotta love this place!!!
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/18 16:44:18 (permalink)
    I don't have any handy recipes but you can tweak any basic soup recipe. Some ideas I have are tomato, cream of potato, meatball, black bean and corn. Another is some type of soup with Italian sausage. I like the idea of sweet and heat, the contrast of the jalapeno and fennel.

    For the meatball soup you could add the peppers to the broth/ the meatballs.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/18 17:04:50 (permalink)
    Had this in Bermuda and it was fiery and great.

    Bermuda Fish Chowder Recipe courtesy Suzanne Somers





    3 tablespoons olive oil
    1 cup finely chopped onion
    1 cup finely chopped celery
    I cup finely chopped carrot
    1 1/2 cups peeled chopped tomato
    1 teaspoon finely chopped garlic
    4 ounces flour
    1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
    1/2 teaspoon marjoram
    1/2 teaspoon oregano
    4 pints fish stock
    2 cups cooked, flaked white fish meat
    1-ounce black rum (goslings, if available)
    1-ounce Worcestershire sauce
    1/2-ounce hot sauce
    Salt and pepper, to taste

    Heat up the olive oil in a thick heavy bottomed pan. Add all the chopped vegetables, tomato and garlic and sweat off for 5 minutes, stirring continuously. Add the flour, cinnamon and herbs and continue to cook for 2 minutes. Add the fish stock and bring to a boil, then crumble the fish into the pan with the rum, Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce. Let simmer for 1 hour, stirring occasionally. Add salt and pepper, to taste.




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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/18 17:18:52 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by PapaJoe8

    Ok Ok, now that I think about it more, those wings might be kinda fun to chase down and suck the meat off of. Everyone would need a little bone plate, cool!

    Now you're talkin'!
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/21 14:17:41 (permalink)
    Take any quality hot salsa,add a quart of half and half, a can of beef broth,simmer and add jalapeno cheddar cheese, a few minutes before serving, enjoy!
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/21 15:47:21 (permalink)
    Spicy Black-eyed Pea soup

    Bacon drippings
    1 medium onion grated, with juice
    2 C cooked black-eyed peas
    1 can Rotel style tomatoes and peppers
    1 C beef broth
    flour tortillas, toasted in a skillet
    grated cheese
    S&P to taste (I think it doesn't really need it).

    Wilt onions in bacon fat. Add onion juice, peas, tomatoes and peppers and broth and heat through.

    Toast tortillas in a skillet and cut in 1/2" strips.

    Ladle soup in warm bowls, add grated cheese and some tortilla strips and serve. I always have extra buttered tortillas on the side.

    Cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese works for me.

    In a hurry? Use canned black-eyed peas, drain or not, your preference. Want more heat? Use black-eyed peas and jalapenos or jalapeno jack cheese or both.

    If you want the soup thicker, puree some of the peas before adding, or add some of the toasted tortillas, crumbled up, while still on the stove and stir to dissolve.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/21 15:59:00 (permalink)
    ^
    Sounds greasy.
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/21 16:02:30 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by littlebites

    Take any quality hot salsa,add a quart of half and half, a can of beef broth,simmer and add jalapeno cheddar cheese, a few minutes before serving, enjoy!

    No thanks, I'll save my salsa for chips. :)

    PS - Ew! Milk and salsa!
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    RE: Looking for some spicy soups.... 2006/10/21 17:57:47 (permalink)
    I am not sure why you would say the spicy black eyed pea soup sounds greasy-I am sure you use just a touch of bacon grease to wilt the onions-sounds divine to me!
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