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April 12, 2015


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Deb in Hawaii

I love how healthy and green this soup looks and it is complimented well by the cranberry bread. (Pretty napkin too!) ;-)

Thanks for sharing it with Souper Sundays this week.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Deb: glad you like the whole ensemble ;) Always a pleasure to contribute.


La molokhia sarà la ricetta per il ns altro futuro progetto... volevo farla ma non l'ho trovata ...la mia amica sposata con egiziana la compra surgelata in un negozio etnico locale ma deve ancora arrivare! appena arriva la prendo e la preparo!
L'avevo provata, sempre grazie all'amica, con la molokhia secca ma come lei dice con quella fresca è molto meglio!
ti farò sapere!.... grazie per il tuo contributo ...smack!

Johanna GGG

I cannot say I am tempted by "mucilaginous broth" whatever it might be but I do love the sound of your fresh spinach leaves and it sounds lovely to eat them in a simple soup with good bread


Alla faccia del brodo mucillaginoso, io la trovo deliziosa! Un bascione


Such a refreshing soup with all the baby spinach available at the market these days Simone.

Simona Carini

Hi Johanna. Some say that moloukhiya soup is an acquired taste — another reason to stay with spinach and get a soup everybody can enjoy. (I am still curious to taste the original.)

Grazie Patti. Una buona ragione per usare gli spinaci è proprio che il brodo rimane fluido e la zuppa è davvero semplice da preparare e deliziosa :)

Simona Carini

Si' si' Terry, fammi sapere che cosa ne pensi :)

P.S. Una delle ricette che ho letto raccomanda di usare quella surgelata tagliata, piuttosto che a foglie intere, non ho capito bene perche'.

Simona Carini

Indeed, this is the right time for this soup, Val, making great use of the fresh spinach coming to markets.

Rachel (Rachel's Kitchen NZ)

I adore spinach and this soup looks wonderful - just writing the list now - well there is only spinach on the list:-) just know this is going to be lovely - thanks Simona.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Rachel :)


I love the idea of this spinach soup and I love that the ingredients are so simple. Just right for me! :-)

Simona Carini

I hope you give it a try, Paz. Simple and nourishing :)


What vibrant color in this soup, it's lovely. I clicked on your audio file to hear how it sounds in Italian, I like that feature on your website.

Thanks for your comment on my post The House at Riverton. I am honored to be with you on Book Bytes.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Tina. Likewise :)

Frank @Memorie di Angelina

This sounds like just the kind of thing I should be eating right now! Trying to 'cleanse' after two weeks' holiday and overeating—but I don't want to sacrifice flavor. :-)

Simona Carini

Oh yes, Frank! It's light and flavorful.


Well, I want to say that your article is so informative for me because I love spinach soup so I will must try to make this soup. Thanks for shared stuff.

Simona Carini

You are welcome, Abihu :)

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