Results 1 to 10 of 10

Thread: Fall is for soup

  1. #1
    New Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2017
    Location
    Harrisburg Pa
    Posts
    17

    Fall is for soup

    Just bought a Lodge 7 qt Dutch oven. Anyone have a recipe they care to share. Most of recipes I found are to make chili. Looking for chicken corn or potato or anything but chili. I like chili but it doesnt like me. Ha Ha
    Last edited by David P Harrisburg; 09-19-2019 at 01:24 PM.

  2. #2
    TVWBB Hall of Fame LMichaels's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Location
    Rockford IL
    Posts
    5,425
    No recipe, though when I do soups I do my stock in my Fagor stove top pressure cookers. I love that I can get a flavorful stock that tastes like an all day cook in 30 minutes

  3. #3
    New Member D Livingston's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2019
    Location
    Indiana
    Posts
    27
    No specific measurements to call it a recipe, but I make beef stew quite frequently in my 9 qt. I kind of eyeball it, but below is roughly what I do.

    Preheat oven to 250F
    Preheat the dutch oven on the stove top (med. high) while cutting ingredients
    Cut about 8-10 red potatoes into ~ 1" pieces
    Cut Carrots into ~1/2 inch pieces. I usually do about half the volume of carrots to potatoes
    Cut stew meat (I usually use sirloin) into small pieces (~3/4")
    Dice about half an onion and sometimes a large jalapeno.

    Saute the onion (and pepper) in the dutch oven
    Add the stew meat and brown
    Add potatoes and carrots
    Add seasoning (salt, pepper, basil, rosemary, garlic)
    Add beef broth to about half the amount of desired liquid
    Add a bottle of stout (such as Guinness)
    Splash in some Worcestershire sauce
    Add bottle of HP Brown Sauce (my family liked the beef stew until I started adding this, now it's their favorite thing I make except maybe gumbo)
    Add more stock if necessary for desired amount of liquid
    Add a little cornstarch (I stir it in a little water first) to thicken the broth
    Bring to a medium boil
    Cover and put in the oven

    I try to leave it in the oven for two hours, but if the family is hungry, I'll check the potatoes for softness after one and may take it out early.
    Serve with a hearty bread.
    Last edited by D Livingston; 09-27-2019 at 08:15 AM.

  4. #4
    TVWBB Hall of Fame Clint's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Salt Lake City, UT
    Posts
    7,421
    Here's one I came up with:

    https://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?762...n-Sausage-Stew

    And another - if you don't like anything hot or green peppers, skip it or use something else:

    https://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?689...li-version-2-0

    If you have access to America's test kitchen, their Beef Stew is worth making.
    https://www.americastestkitchen.com/...best-beef-stew

    My go-to soup cookbook's been the New England Soup Factory Cookbook, starting around ~2007
    Last edited by Clint; 09-20-2019 at 10:45 AM.

  5. #5
    TVWBB Hall of Fame timothy's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Location
    Montgomery, IL
    Posts
    6,816
    Quote Originally Posted by David P Harrisburg View Post
    Just bought a Lodge 7 qt Dutch oven. Anyone have a recipe they care to share. Most of recipes I found are to make chili. Looking for chicken corn or potato or anything but chili. I like chili but it doesnt like me. Ha Ha
    What part about chili don't you like? The spices, or beans (if you add them?)
    I'm with Larry, stocks get made in the pressure cooker and finished in a tall soup pot.
    DO's are better suited IMO to stews, chilis, chowders.
    I love a green or red chili stew in the DO right around anytime, but your right fall is the best.

    Edit: I forgot, I did a Mushroom soup in a DO on a kettle in one of the Throwdowns.
    https://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?382...ushrooms/page2

    Tim
    Last edited by timothy; 09-20-2019 at 03:44 PM.
    Different smokes for different folks. Wish the Dollar Store sold gas!

  6. #6
    TVWBB Olympian JimK's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2008
    Location
    N. VA
    Posts
    7,768
    Perfect time of year to throw a beer can chicken (or two) on the grill and use the carcass to make stock.
    ; ; ;

  7. #7
    TVWBB Super Fan
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Location
    SE Iowa
    Posts
    346
    Quote Originally Posted by JimK View Post
    Perfect time of year to throw a beer can chicken (or two) on the grill and use the carcass to make stock.
    We do this every time I cook whole birds. Vacuum sealer bags in the freezer work great for stock. And, it's a good reason to sit around for a couple hours in the evening sipping cocktails and making the whole house smell great.

  8. #8
    TVWBB Pro ~Mark~'s Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2013
    Location
    Poland, Ohio
    Posts
    771
    Rust Belt Chicken Chowder.

    Ingredients:
    Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs – One pack
    Chicken Broth – 32 Oz
    2 Cans Creamed Corn
    1 Bag Frozen Whole Kernel Corn
    1/2 Stick Butter (Unsalted)
    1/2 pound Bacon Chopped
    2 Medium Potatoes chopped into about 1/2” cubes
    1 Quart Heavy Cream
    1/4 Cup All Purpose Flour
    1 Teaspoon Black Pepper
    Sprinkle of Smoked Paprika
    Dutch Oven 4 quart
    I used a gas grill, but you could also use charcoal, or a side burner, or even in the house if you had to.

    The Cook:
    Fire up the grill and set it up for direct grilling. If you are using charcoal leave an area where you can remove the Dutch oven from the heat to control temperatures.
    Take your chicken and grill it direct until the internal temperature is 160 degrees F
    Put the Dutch oven over the heat and add your bacon.
    Sweat the bacon to render the fat.
    Now add your butter and melt.
    Once the butter is melted sprinkle the flower over the melted butter and stir.
    Continue stirring the flower for a couple of minutes to cook the flower taste out of it.
    Add the chicken stalk and stir in.
    Bring this to a boil and then add your chopped potatoes.
    Lower the heat to bring to a simmer.
    Let this simmer for about 20 minutes stirring every once in a while.
    This would be the perfect time to add the cream and the 2 cans of creamed corn.
    Cut your grilled chicken into bite sized chunks, and add this to the Dutch oven.
    When that comes back to a summer add your whole kernel corn and black pepper.
    At this point your chowder is done. To make it a Rust Belt chowder garnish with a light sprinkle of Smoked Paprika.

    This is a hardy stick to your ribs dinner. You can serve it with oyster crackers, but I didn’t think it needed any.
    210 18" 26" 21" 2~18" 14" 6" a Go Anywhere Gas KBB Love them all

  9. #9
    TVWBB Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2019
    Location
    New Jersey
    Posts
    44
    I do a corn potage but add some grilled leeks to the party. Grill the corn before to get a little char and throw them in. https://www.justonecookbook.com/corn-potage/ Nothing better than corn soup during the best time to have corn.

  10. #10
    TVWBB Guru CaseT's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2014
    Location
    Bend Oregon
    Posts
    2,402
    I just posted this chicken tortilla soup recipe:

    https://tvwbb.com/showthread.php?789...a-Chicken-Soup

    Its not overly spicy and if you leave out the jalapeno out its even less spicy. Can serve on the side for those that may want it.

    If you smoke or grill a chicken using the carcass, neck etc to make stock adds a nice subtle smokey flavor to any soup. Same goes for beef soup, stews or carbonnade. Smoke or grill the meat prior to making the soup. Veggie stock too. smoke or grill veggies.

    Here's a few other things for you try out.

    Chicken and Dumplings

    Shepards pie

    Bottom Round Carbonnade

    Seven bone pot roast

    Cast Iron Chicken

    Dutch oven bread

    Dutch oven bread #2

    Mississippi pot Roast
    14.5" WSM, (4) Mini-wsms, Mini-Za Oven, Minitisserie, GOSM Big Block, 1967 Casa Q

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •