This post originally published on a previously-owned blog and was imported here to simplify my life. My family eats much healthier than this nowadays, but I include this post for memories and history. I hope you enjoy the content!
It’s a rare day in the Drinkwater Kitchen for me to ever repeat recipes. There are just too many out there to try with too few days in my whole life! So the same recipe twice in 8 days puts a pretty big gold star on this recipe.
Another cool thing is how little time it takes to make. The majority of soups taste better after they’ve been cooking all day or overnight, but this one is great within an hour or so. Last week I cooked it for much longer and there wasn’t really a difference…
Some of you have asked me why all this gluten-free business suddenly? Well, no big health reason – it’s just when I buy a new cookbook I want to use it as much as possible to make the money spent worth it! So I’ll get focused on one book and it won’t go back on the shelf for weeks!
Yes, there are hundreds of thousands of blogs and websites out there with recipes, but this is one thing I love to have in hand. I love flipping through pages, reading recipes and being able to just have it in the kitchen without having to print all the time…
Last week, when I made this for friends, they brought over warm, wonderful French bread. It was the perfect thing to slather with “water butter,” as my family calls Brummel & Brown, but it certainly eliminated the possibility of calling this meal gluten-free. 🙂 Pair it with whatever you want, maybe even grill up the classic cheese sandwiches!
Print the recipe here.
P.S. Don’t forget this recipe for making your own bread crumbs!