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Here's my illustrated recipe for FolioFocus. This is a perfect soup to get rid of your overload of courgettes during summer months! It's a delicious, but easy-to-make soup. Eat a lot of it with some fresh baked ciabatta or a bit less of it as a starter or lunch meal. Enjoy!
I'm submitting this recipe as part of a Folio Focus brief from Natalie Williamson of Rise, Design, and Shine. It's for my absolute favorite summer soup - a family recipe that is made in some form by Lithuanians the world over :) The best part about this soup - besides its scrumptiousness - is that using fresh beets gives it a gorgeous hot pink color.
If you visit Madeira.. don't forget to try this 2 dishes and the beverage.. Espetada is about cow roasted meat in a laurel stick. Our tomato soup has an egg.. And don't forget to drink the poncha, my favorite is the lemon one but you can find poncha from a variety of fruits.. passionfruit, tangerine, strawberry..This was a Foliofocus assignment.
My maternal grandparents were from the Madeira Islands, which has inspired me to explore the cuisine of the islands and of Portugal. Canja de Galinha, a Portuguese soup thickened with egg and flavored with lemon, has many variations. You may use rice instead of small pasta and you can use a good commercial chicken stock (although I tailored the homemade stock to this soup's flavors and because my grandmother's "secret" chicken soup recipe included cloves). The illustration includes a Towle spoon in the "Madeira" pattern, and the recipe is strewn with red camellia blossoms, a tribute to Madeira's fame as a land of beautiful flowers with their very own festival. Enjoy!
This main-course soup is ideal for winter evenings. It originated in Portugal's Ribatejo province, famed for its horses, bulls and bullfighters. The soup gets its name from the kidney beans, which are referred to as "stones" by the Portuguese.