March 20, 2008

Soup on a cold rainy day...

Here in New Jersey, Wednesday was a cold, rainy day. The kind of day where if you had a plan for dinner, it probably doesn't sound so good by the time you get home and need to get cooking. Needless to say that was true for me last night. After running around after work to get both boys from school, then my Oldest to his karate class I just didn't have the motivation or desire to cook. Luckily for me, my Husband came to the rescue! He made the perfect cure for that kind of day... Japanese Chicken Udon Soup. I've posted about it before, but this time managed to get a picture of it. It's really a perfect soup that just warms you down to your toes. The Napa cabbage has a bit of a pepper flavor to it and if you are a bit congested it will clear things up for you. One bowl of this soup, and you'll be ready for relaxing under a cozy blanket with your loved ones.
Chicken Udon Soup

7 comments:

Steph said...

The soup looks amazing! Wonderful flavors, I want to try this soon!

Happy cook said...

Here too it is really bad weather.
This soup looks so delicious.
Oh i woudn't mind rushing back home if i knew there was such a delicious soup waiting for me

Patsyk said...

Steph - this is one of our favorite soups. I am so happy my Husband makes it for us throughout the winter... always makes you feel so good.

Happy Cook - Yes, when I know he's making this for dinner I look forward to getting home!

swirlingnotions said...

I'm so impressed your husband makes udon soup . . . even with the egg! Fabulous.

Deborah said...

This does sound like a warm and comforting soup!

Patsyk said...

Lia - I know I'm lucky he makes the soup for me... he just throws it together so quickly that I can't even jump in to help!

Deborah - do give this a try sometimes, it is such a perfect soup!

Mark by Chocolate said...

The soup looks just beautiful. Well done. Especially needed on a cold day in NJ. ;-)

Parsipanny is right by where I go to train, that's in East Hanover. Any health food stores in Parsippany?

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