Welcome to Home Shalom!
Welcome to Home Shalom and Shalom Farm. We pray your visit here be blessed. We are learning to walk in the Ways (Torah) of our Father YHWH and follow Y'shua, His Messiah until He returns to "set things straight". We call it a "Messi-Life". Our walk is neither tidy nor perfect, but it is filled with passion, devotion and desire to serve our King. We are learning to be humble servants, and to be good stewards of the things that He has entrusted to us: His Word, our marriage, our children, our family, our community, our health, and our farm. Hitch your horse and stay a while--our door is always open!
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Home Shalom's Turkey Tortellini Soup
This soup was a real hit with family and friends. It think it quickly climbed to Ben's top 10 favorite soup list. (I make a lot of soup!) I felt like I cheated because of the "store bought" tortellini (that is something I haven't learned to make from scratch yet). You could also easily substitute ravioli in this soup for the noodle (it just might not hold up as nicely) or Gnocchi would also be quite nice. It is a very fast and easy soup to assemble but it is outstanding! Chicken broth and meat might be more acessible, but turkey will give it more flavor (in my humble opinion). My homemade canned turkey and broth make this a breeze! It is great to have the ingredients on hand for a quick meal for surprise company (or crazy days) it can stretch what you have made by adding another course or be a a meal unto itself and get raves. It is special enough for am Erev Shabbat Meal too. If you want to assemble it ahead for Shabbat it works nicely in a crock pot too. I just put my tortellini in when I turn it on the next day. This soup makes 3 quarts (about 8-10 servings) and multiplies easily for a crowd.
2 quarts of turkey broth (or chicken)
1 can (or pint) of diced tomatoes with juice
1 can (or pint) of collard greens* (or 1-2 cup fresh, steamed and chopped small)
1/4C grated REAL Parmesan cheese
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
10 oz package of cheese tortellini
1 pint of (cooked) canned turkey (or chicken) with broth, cut small (Or you can use left over cooked meat about 2 C chopped)
Dump it all into a pot and heat it up. YUMMO!!
* If buying canned greens, be sure to check the ingredients! Some companies like to put pork in with their greens - which is very common in the southern US. Not to mention preservatives..so shop smart. Mixed greens or turnip greens or kale work nicely too...collards are my favorite though.