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2012/01/31 17:19:33 (permalink)

My new Soup!

Chicken Bruschetta Soup
The jar of the Bruschetta they sell at Costco, I use 3
an onion thinly sliced then chopped, I use 3
A 49 oz can of Chicken broth, I use 6
Some additional chicken granuels, for the salt
oregano, a few pinches
Thyme
Boneless skinless ckicken breasts cooked on the Flat Top, cut up, I used 10 lbs.
Simmer, adjust seasonings if needed, you shouldn't need.
Oh, a little Parmesean, not too much, the Bruschetta is seriously tasty
This is seriously good soup
post edited by chewingthefat - 2012/01/31 17:21:32
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/01/31 20:20:21 (permalink)
    Isn't bruschetta a little vinegar-y ???
     
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/01/31 20:30:12 (permalink)
    Just out of curiority, as bruschetta is a toasted bread, how do you get it in a jar for soup?
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/01/31 20:47:10 (permalink)
    You can buy the sauce in a jar to put on your bread.  I had some a couple of weeks ago  and it was quite good.
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/01/31 20:48:53 (permalink)
    Ah, but what you put on the bruschetta isn't bruschetta.
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/01/31 20:50:26 (permalink)

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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/01/31 22:02:45 (permalink)
    Sounds like a good soup. I would serve it in a bread bowl, and then perhaps it could live up to its name.....
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 11:46:53 (permalink)
    wheregreggeats.com

    Isn't bruschetta a little vinegar-y ???


    Not at all, at least the stuff at Costco isn't. 

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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 11:49:01 (permalink)
    Michael Hoffman

    Just out of curiority, as bruschetta is a toasted bread, how do you get it in a jar for soup?

    Michael Bruschetta is an Italian Salsa, so to speak, that goes on top of toasted bread. There are a number of recipes for it, all call for bread, but I refer to the tomato toppings as Bruschetta, which is what I use. It's my recipe, I'll call it what I want to, naah, naah, naah , na!

    post edited by chewingthefat - 2012/02/01 11:57:04
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 12:16:55 (permalink)
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    Michael Hoffman

    Just out of curiority, as bruschetta is a toasted bread, how do you get it in a jar for soup?

    Michael Bruschetta is an Italian Salsa, so to speak, that goes on top of toasted bread. There are a number of recipes for it, all call for bread, but I refer to the tomato toppings as Bruschetta, which is what I use. It's my recipe, I'll call it what I want to, naah, naah, naah , na!

    You certainly may call it whatever you wish. However ...
     
    Bruschetta: From the Italian word 'bruscare' meaning ‘to roast over coals‘. The thin slices of this traditional garlic bread are made by rubbing slices of toasted bread with garlic cloves, then drizzling the bread with extra-virgin olive oil. The bread is salted and peppered, then heated and served warm.
     
    Bruschetta: thick slices of bread grilled, rubbed with garlic, drizzled with olive oil, often topped with tomatoes and herbs, and usually served as an appetizer.
     
    Bruschetta: an Italian appetizer recipe made from toasted crusty
    bread rubbed with garlic.


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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 12:29:53 (permalink)
    Bruschetta: Whatever Chewingthefat says it is...per Wikipedia!
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 12:54:32 (permalink)
    This thread reminds me of one of the most memorable meals that I ever had. I was about eight years old . I was sent across the street to an Italian neighbor's house to take then some cucumbers that my grandfather had picked from our garden.
     
    Mrs. Poaini invited me in and told me to sit and have breakfast with them. I, of course, accepted and sat down at the kitchen table with her and her husband. The kitchen smelled wonderful. She put a bowl of eggs scrambled with green peppers down and then handed me a plate with toasted bread and showed me how to rub garlic on it and then instructed me to put olive oil and salt on it.  I asked what it was and her husband said "This is Italian toast". I loved it They both smiled at me and the best part now comes. He got up and got a small tumbler and poured me some of his homemade red wine.
     
    This was my first introduction to bruschetta!
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 13:09:28 (permalink)
    Nice memory. And a glass of red, too? Wow!
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 13:29:00 (permalink)
    Italians and Greeks, great cooks, great foods, many successful restauranteers...Then there's this Irish guy who bangs out wonderful grub.....
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 14:36:49 (permalink)
    Chewingthfat, the nonprofit my wife is involved with has a fundraiser called The Soup Challenge. It benefits area animal rescue groups. If you were to enter a soup in such an event, what soup would be your winning recipe.
    post edited by jajarino68 - 2012/02/01 14:46:28
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 14:45:51 (permalink)
    Nice picture, looks yummy...............
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 15:55:05 (permalink)
    chewingthefat

    Italians and Greeks, great cooks, great foods, many successful restauranteers...Then there's this Irish guy who bangs out wonderful grub.....
        ... Serve your soup with a thick crusty toast on top or a triangle sticking into & on the lip of the bowl.  ... A person needs something to sop the bowl with anyway.
     
     
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 17:00:36 (permalink)
    jajarino68

    Chewingthfat, the nonprofit my wife is involved with has a fundraiser called The Soup Challenge. It benefits area animal rescue groups. If you were to enter a soup in such an event, what soup would be your winning recipe.

    Steak and Cheese French Onion Soup, hands down as good as it gets.

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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 17:03:58 (permalink)
    PNWCHEF

    Nice picture, looks yummy...............

    Scratch and smell, good pic, but nothing close to your Philippe's pics, again, thank you, thank you Bill, outstanding effort!

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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 17:08:16 (permalink)
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    chewingthefat

    Italians and Greeks, great cooks, great foods, many successful restauranteers...Then there's this Irish guy who bangs out wonderful grub.....
        ... Serve your soup with a thick crusty toast on top or a triangle sticking into & on the lip of the bowl.  ... A person needs something to sop the bowl with anyway.



    Actually I serve it with garlic parmesean toast, all my soups get the toast!
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 17:57:54 (permalink)
    Sounds pretty tasty.
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 19:31:41 (permalink)
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    PNWCHEF

    Nice picture, looks yummy...............

    Scratch and smell, good pic, but nothing close to your Philippe's pics, again, thank you, thank you Bill, outstanding effort!

    Chewy, I invited Mar out for a Knotts Chicken dinner, I bet I could get a few pictures of the back end of the Chicken for you.
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 20:08:58 (permalink)
    How'd I get involved?
     
     
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 22:11:02 (permalink)
    Nice pic of soup?????????? Missed that.....
     
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/01 23:19:03 (permalink)
     
     
     
    From the description, that soup sounds great! 
     
    Whether the "bruschetta" is the bread or the topping, I learned something new a few years ago.   I had always pronounced it  "brew-sheh-tuh".  Then, a few years ago, I learned that the real (Italian) pronunciation is "brew-skeh-tuh". 
    The "sch" in bruschetta gets an "sk" pronunciation .
     
     
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/02 13:02:11 (permalink)
    How big is that jar of bruschetta?
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/02 13:28:55 (permalink)
    Also... you could toast up some Italian bread cubes, or maybe a round,  and float them/it on top, maybe sprinkle a little cheese on top and run the bowl under the broiler right before serving. Make it more bruschetta-y.
     
    Edit: I'm making this soup today. I'll cut the recipe by 2/3, using one jar of bruschetta topping (they're 39oz, by the Costco website). I plan to toss in some orzo, and maybe do the bread thing. Maybe with buffalo mozzarella, or sharp provolone, or both, or whatever, maybe not.
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    Re:My new Soup! 2012/02/02 15:20:35 (permalink)
    Mosca

    How big is that jar of bruschetta?

    Good size Tom, probably 26-28 ozs. Not sure, the beand name is Hanna!

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