Soy Curl Tortilla Soup

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It’s fall. Verano! Fall is my favorite season. The leaves are already changing colors and floating to the ground. Every day Tom brings me in a beautiful leaf or two that he finds on his walks with Benny.

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It’s getting colder too and lately I’ve been craving soup. I’m loving the combination of tomatoes and black beans in soup and I got it in my head to make a tortilla soup. And since I’m on a quest to make 100 recipes with Butler Foods Soy Curls, I decided to make a soy curls tortilla soup.

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Soup is magical. The payout is always so big compared to what you put into it. Rápido, easy and then you have a big pot of delicious comfort.

This tortilla soup has onions, pimientos, chile peppers, jalapeno and lots of my favorite spices like cumin, paprika, chile powder and coriander. Y el ajo. Por supuesto, ajo.

It’s tomato-y, spicy and so colorful – the red of the tomatoes, the purple onions, the yellow corn, the black beans and the green celery. Even without the toppings, it’s a beautiful soup.

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The soy curls get added in as is and they soak up all the spices and flavors like tender strips of chicken – but without the killing chickens part.

For toppings, I cut up some avocado, cal, red onion and scallions. I cut corn tortillas into thin strips and fried them up until they were crisp. You can bake them too if you prefer. Vegan sour cream and/or vegan cheddar would be good too.

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This soup is warm, spicy and packed with flavors. All the different veggies, soy curls and tortilla strips give it lots of different textures. This is not just a bowl of soup; it’s a meal. Disfrutar!

Soy Curl Tortilla Soup

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GF

2 tsp. + 2 Tbs. aceite vegetal

1 cebolla grande, picado

3 apio tallos, picado

2 pimientos rojos, picado

1-4 oz. puede chiles verdes

1 chile jalapeño, sin semillas y cortado en cubitos

4 dientes de ajo, picado

4 oz. Butler Foods Soy Curls

2 Tbs. comino molido

2 Tbs. Chile rojo en polvo

1 Tbs. cilantro molido

1 Tbs. poultry seasoning

1 Tbs. paprika

2 tsp. pimienta negro

2 cubos de caldo de verduras

¼ cup tomato paste

1-15 oz. pueden tomates cortados en cubitos

2-15 oz. de frijoles negros

3 Tbs. harina de maíz + ¼ cup water

1 ½ cups corn kernels

8 tortillas de maíz

Sal Kosher

Lime

Toppings: Aguacate, cebolla roja, crema agria vegana, cilantro, perejil, cebolletas, queso vegano

Calor 2 tsp. oil in a large soup pot. Sofría la cebolla, celery and bell peppers for 3 acta. Stir in the green chiles, jalapeno and garlic. Deje cocinar por 2 acta. Add the soy curls and mix to coat in the aromatics. Mix in the seasoning and bouillon cubes. Break up the cubes with a wooden spoon. Add the tomato paste and mix to coat the veggies and soy curls. Cocine por 2 acta. Add the tomatoes and 6-8 tazas de agua. Lleve la sopa a ebullición.

Reduce the heat to low and add the black beans. En una taza, mix the cornmeal and water and add that mixture to the pot. Let the soup simmer for at least 30 acta. Add the corn shortly before serving. Add kosher salt to taste.

En una sartén, calor 2 Tbs. aceite vegetal. Thinly slice the tortillas into strips and add them to the skillet. Season if you want with paprika, garlic powder or chile powder. Fry until crisp. Transfer to a paper towel-lined plate and sprinkle with kosher salt.

Test the soup for any seasoning adjustments. Ladle into bowls and top with crispy tortilla strips, cal, aguacate, cebolla roja, sour cream or whatever toppings you like.

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Soy Curl Tortilla Soup
Autor: 
Tipo de receta: Sopa
Cocina: Mexicano
 
Ingredientes
  • 2 tsp. + 2 Tbs. aceite vegetal
  • 1 cebolla grande, picado
  • 3 apio tallos, picado
  • 2 pimientos rojos, picado
  • 1-4 oz. puede chiles verdes
  • 1 chile jalapeño, sin semillas y cortado en cubitos
  • 4 dientes de ajo, picado
  • 4 oz. Mayordomo de soja Rizos
  • 2 Tbs. comino molido
  • 2 Tbs. Chile rojo en polvo
  • 1 Tbs. cilantro molido
  • 1 Tbs. poultry seasoning
  • 1 Tbs. paprika
  • 2 tsp. pimienta negro
  • 2 cubos de caldo de verduras
  • ¼ cup tomato paste
  • 1-15 oz. pueden tomates cortados en cubitos
  • 2-15 oz. de frijoles negros
  • 3 Tbs. harina de maíz + ¼ cup water
  • 1 ½ cups corn kernels
  • 8 tortillas de maíz
  • Sal Kosher
  • Lime
  • Toppings: Aguacate, cebolla roja, crema agria vegana, cilantro, perejil, cebolletas, queso vegano
Instrucciones
  1. Calor 2 tsp. oil in a large soup pot. Sofría la cebolla, celery and bell peppers for 3 acta. Stir in the green chiles, jalapeno and garlic. Deje cocinar por 2 acta. Add the soy curls and mix to coat in the aromatics. Mix in the seasoning and bouillon cubes. Break up the cubes with a wooden spoon. Add the tomato paste and mix to coat the veggies and soy curls. Cocine por 2 acta. Add the tomatoes and 6-8 tazas de agua. Lleve la sopa a ebullición.
  2. Reduce the heat to low and add the black beans. En una taza, mix the cornmeal and water and add that mixture to the pot. Let the soup simmer for at least 30 acta. Add the corn shortly before serving. Add kosher salt to taste.
  3. En una sartén, calor 2 Tbs. aceite vegetal. Thinly slice the tortillas into strips and add them to the skillet. Season if you want with paprika, garlic powder or chile powder. Fry until crisp. Transfer to a paper towel-lined plate and sprinkle with kosher salt.
  4. Test the soup for any seasoning adjustments. Ladle into bowls and top with crispy tortilla strips, cal, aguacate, cebolla roja, sour cream or whatever toppings you like.

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7 Las respuestas a Soy Curl Tortilla Soup

  1. Linda Enero 21, 2016 en 12:58 pm #

    Una de las preguntas…no, 2 preguntas! Do you rehydrate the soy curls first?? What brand of bouillon cubes do you use?? I bought some soy curls but I haven’t used them much. They are a little intimidating to me because it’s a little hard to get flavor into them. Any help would be appreciated. 🙂

    • Ñandú Enero 21, 2016 en 1:04 pm #

      Hi Linda, you don’t have to rehydrate soy curls for soup since they’ll be sitting in liquid the whole time. They’ll soak up the yummy soup. Usually I have Edward and Sons bouillon but if I can’t get that, whatever veggie bouillon cubes the store has. Para “pollo” o “carne de res” sazonado, Edward and Sons and Imagine both have those cubes.

      No se deje intimidar. Soy curls are just like tofu. Use marinades to rehydrate them, spice blends to flavor them. They’re so good. Look at all my other soy curl recipes to see how I cook with them. xoxo

      • Linda Enero 21, 2016 en 1:26 pm #

        Hola Rhea!! Thank you so much for your help!! I am going to give it a try and I will let you know how I do.

  2. marty6546 Septiembre 25, 2015 en 8:11 pm #

    I hope so. I search through you site to find them.

  3. marty6546 Septiembre 25, 2015 en 5:16 pm #

    I am making this soup this week! I love soup and I LOVE SOY CURLS. I wish you would publish a soy curls cook book.

    • Ñandú Septiembre 25, 2015 en 5:45 pm #

      Thanks Marty! I love soy curls too. Maybe that cookbook will happen 😉

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