I first tasted this as a masterpiece of my father-in-law one dinner time and can't help falling in love <add background music here> with it. If only paprika and tomatoes are not expensive here, I'll have this every minute every second of the day <add background music here> .
It is called autumn soup because of the colors; but you're welcome to try this out on winter, spring summer or fall <add background music here> . Sorry guys, this dish is too lovely to stop me from singing while thinking about it. ^_~ check it out for yourselves!
This is another one of those dishes that will frustrate you if you cooked one serving for everybody. What I mean is, you'll end up with a table of depressed diners who didn't get a second or third serving of this. So, borrow a witch's cauldron and fill it up to the brim enough to sip while counting down to welcome the happy new year!
A vegetarian for 12 years and a kitchen warrior since I moved in to Japan, my favorite battle has been winning over my husband's interestingly complicated taste buds.