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French Lentil Soup

Soups like this one are very nostalgic to me.  One bite with its familiar and comforting flavors transports me back to Europe.  I’m biased but I stand by the conviction that some of the best… Continue reading → The post French ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Mar 17, 2016 |  Original Post

Roasted Cauliflower Chowder

This cozy chowder is packed with a myriad of delicious flavors.   The star of the show:  Roasted cauliflower.  This chowder is so good it will even make the cauliflower-haters rethink their position. I’ve traditionally… Continue ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Feb 12, 2016 |  Original Post

Chicken & Couscous Chili

This post is sponsored by Sargento® You already know I enjoy challenges. I have a Make a Request! feature on my blog and I’ve had many readers issue me challenges to make or recreate certain… Continue reading → The post Chicken ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Apr 21, 2015 |  Original Post

Boeuf Bourgignon

Also known as beef bourguignon and beef burgundy, this is the traditional French dish that Julia Child made world famous. While this isn’t Julia’s recipe, I’ve borrowed some of her techniques in my own ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Mar 31, 2015 |  Original Post

Mushroom, Ham and Wild Rice soup

Typically made with chicken, this wild rice soup really benefits from the flavor of smoked ham.  Quite frankly, it’s better than chicken.  This Mushroom, Ham and Wild Rice Soup is super easy to put together… Continue reading ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Mar 21, 2015 |  Original Post

Hungarian Beef & Onion Stew (Marhapörkölt)

Marhapörkölt, Hungarian for “beef stew”, is a prime example of how just a few simple ingredients can render the most delicious flavor.  The basic Hungarian pörkölt consists of onions sauteed in fat, meat and paprika… Continue ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Mar 18, 2015 |  Original Post

Mexican Meatball Soup

If Italy has one, why not Mexico?Continue reading: Mexican Meatball Soup You May Also Like:24 January, 2013 Smoky South of The Border Soup21 June, 2014 Stuffed Mexican Cornbread10 February, 2013 Mexican Meatballs with Roasted Garlic,… Continue ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Feb 06, 2015 |  Original Post

Kusksu (Libyan Couscous with Spicy Beef and Vegetables)

The national dish of Libya is couscous, commonly prepared like this, with stewed beef, sweet potatoes, carrots and garbanzo beans in a spicy hararat tomato sauce.  It’s a warming, hearty, Middle Eastern “comfort couscous” ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Jan 19, 2015 |  Original Post

Old-fashioned Beef Stew

It’s not hard to make an excellent beef stew, but it’s easy to make a mediocre one.  There are a few basics tricks to achieving that depth of flavor that all beef stews strive for… Continue reading → The post Old-fashioned ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Jan 11, 2015 |  Original Post

German Pea Soup with Egg Dumplings (Erbsensuppe mit Eierschwämmchen)

  “Pea soup” is the literal translation of this dish but that doesn’t even begin to do it justice.  There is a TON going on here flavor-wise.  With the flavor of caramelized onions and bacon… Continue reading → The ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Dec 29, 2014 |  Original Post

Beef and Pepper Stew

As much as I love the Summer I’m always ready for the Fall by the time it rolls around with its dip in temperature.  That’s in part because I can start cooking those wonderful cool… Continue reading → The post Beef and ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Oct 20, 2014 |  Original Post

Creamy Cabbage & Kielbasa Soup

This soup starts with a base of delicious homemade cream of celery soup and builds on from there, incorporating ingredients that were simply meant for each other.Continue reading: Creamy Cabbage & Kielbasa Soup You May… Continue reading ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Sep 26, 2014 |  Original Post

Chicken & Asparagus Chowder with Bacon & Roasted Peppers

A creamy chowder packed with chicken, asparagus, bacon, roasted red peppers, potatoes and corn…chowder just doesn’t get any better than this! Your next family favorite!Continue reading: Chicken & Asparagus Chowder with Bacon & ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Jun 14, 2014 |  Original Post

Traditional Hungarian Goulash (Gulyas)

Traditional Hungarian goulash is a prime example of how a few simple ingredients, cooked properly, can yield an incredible flavor.  Though many variations of Hungarian goulash exist, and every cook makes it just a bit… Continue reading ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Mar 18, 2014 |  Original Post

Beef and Vegetable Stew

A rich and hearty beef stew.  The beef, onions, and carrots are all browned, contributing to a deliciously rich flavor.   Served over cauliflower instead of potatoes, this stew cuts down on carbs while providing more healthy veggie ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Mar 06, 2014 |  Original Post

Hachee (Dutch Beef & Onion Stew)

Hachee is a traditional beef and onion stew found in virtually every Dutch home.  It’s a delicious comfort dish to enjoy during the cold winter months.  The long, slow cooking time produce super tender meat and a rich sauce with wonderful ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Jan 06, 2014 |  Original Post

Saag Gosht (Punjabi Beef and Spinach Curry)

This delicious curry from the northwest region of India can be made with beef or lamb.  The rich, complex flavor profile of this Saag Gosht portrays the very best of Indian cuisine.  You’re going to love it! Punjab, a combination of two ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Nov 07, 2013 |  Original Post

Smoky Black-eyed Pea and Ham Soup

Black-eyed peas.  A staple in Southern cuisine, soul food in particular.  Originating in West Africa 5000 years ago and brought to the American colonies in the 17th century, black-eyed peas are rich in history and have long been thought to bring ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Oct 07, 2013 |  Original Post

Doro Wat (Spicy Ethiopian Chicken Stew)

There is a reason why Doro Wat is the national dish of Ethiopia and one of the most famous of all African dishes – it’s fabulous! Doro Wat is one of the most famous of all African dishes.  You will find it in every Ethiopian restaurant ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Aug 27, 2013 |  Original Post

Orange Spice Pancakes? Yes, Please!

Disclosure:  I received product from Numi Tea to facilitate this review.  All opinions are my own. Though the Hubs and almost everyone else I know is heavily into coffee, I truly loathe the stuff.  I absolutely LOVE how it smells, but the taste ...

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Posted on: Jun 10, 2013 |  Original Post

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