You might think I’m crazy for even so much as suggesting soup as a viable dinner option right now, but this Green Goddess Soup is worth the mere fifteen minutes of eat it takes to make it! And it pairs perfect with this pesto mozzarella grilled cheese sandwich.  For the recipe, check out my post on Marcus Samuelsson’s blog!

I am also submitting this to Deb over at Kahakai Kitchen for Souper Sundays!

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48 Responses to Green Goddess Soup and Pesto Mozzarella Grilled Cheese

  1. Ruth Daniels says:

    The soup looks so wonderful, it might even get me to love zucchini.

  2. Simply Life says:

    oh this looks like SUCH a good combination! off to check it out!

  3. This sounds so great!! The recipe calls for all sorts of my favorite summer produce. Love.

  4. The soup looks fresh and summery, so it is OK to eat in July! 🙂

  5. I could never stop eating soup, even in the warmer months. This looks wonderful!

  6. Holy yum! Life Alivein Cambridge has a Green Goddess dish – I just feel like you can’t go wrong with a name like that!!

  7. I know it’s hot out right now, but I’d love some of this soup in my freezing cold office right now!

  8. I’m all for good soups…even in this crazy heat! This sounds amazing!!

  9. Saguna says:

    Wow. Pesto mozza sandwhich equals insanely good cheesiness. That sounds perfect. Nice looking lovely green soup too, even possibly as a cold soup…like gazpacho?

  10. Lynn says:

    I wish I had that right now!

  11. That grilled cheese looks incredible- and I don’t eat much gluten or dairy. This is definitely one of those “well, just this once” times.

  12. Dining Alone says:

    I am checking it out, I can eat soup whenever 🙂 I had some ham and bean soup for dinner just last night.

  13. Erica says:

    That sandwich looks delicious…I am going to check the soup recipe! I eat soups all summer 🙂

  14. Eileen says:

    I don’t think you’re crazy to make soup! (Then again, it is currently 64F at my house in Silicon Valley. THAT is kind of crazy.) I think I would go for that sandwich, first, though–it looks amazing!

  15. I’m totally up for soup in the summer…plus I bet this would even be tasty cold! Love all the flavors you have going on. Sounds super simple.

  16. I am a soup year-round person so I definitley do not think you are crazy. And man, that roll is gorgeous. I just got really hungry! Off to check it out…

  17. Katie says:

    What a gorgeous combination to pair together! Sounds delicious. I’ll save this for a day when I’m not dripping in sweat.

  18. That Girl says:

    We had soup 3 times last week! But it’s not especially warm here.

  19. Guru Uru says:

    I’m feeling very green that you got to taste this deliciousness 😉

    Choc Chip Uru

  20. daphne says:

    summer or winter- i want my soups and this one looks perfect for it.

  21. Seriously loving this combo! Best of all, I always have a huge bunch of basil in the fridge!

  22. JasmyneTea says:

    An original take on the soup and grilled cheese sandwich – I love it!

  23. Blond Duck says:

    Even though it’s 100 degrees, sounds good.

  24. Hotly Spiced says:

    I love a soup you can make in less than 15 minutes. And that’s a fabulous looking sandwich to go with it! xx

  25. I’ve never heard of green goddess soup but it sounds fantastic! The pesto mozzarella would be great as a smaller toast or open faced sandwich too, or with some tomatoes added in – yum!

  26. Christine says:

    What a heavenly combination. A tribute to summer’s bounty! Am bookmarking it as I write!

  27. Gloria says:

    This look delicious Joanne:))

  28. bellini says:

    Definitely my kind of meal Joanne!

  29. Tandy says:

    A perfect name for a soup 🙂

  30. Johanna GGG says:

    It is winter here so yes please to soup – but I will eat soup at any time of year – and same with sandwiches – that pesto looks amazing

  31. Katerina says:

    The soup looks great Joanne but since here we are facing a really hot summer I am going to stick with this beautiful sandwich and save the soup for the cold winter days ahead of us!

  32. Geni says:

    Oh, both of these things are screaming for me to eat them for lunch today. There’s nothing better in the world than pesto and grilled cheese…except maybe tomato jam. 😉 I am having a very weird and unhealthy relationship with tomato jam these days.

  33. This is a rustic BEAUT!!! Lovely summer flavors that I’m craaaaving now =D

  34. Rosa says:

    oh man, i just made this and it is soooooo good. it used up 3 veggies from my CSA share this week! (yay thunderstorms for cooling it down enough to make soup!)

  35. Esi says:

    Honestly, making soup seems loads easier than attempting to turn on the oven. That grilled cheese is mouthwatering!

  36. did you eat that whole thing?
    god I love your appetite

  37. Deborah says:

    15 minutes to soup? Love it!!

  38. Oh my goodness, I’ve been making pesto mozzarella grilled cheese sandwiches and they are amazing! Yummmmm!

  39. Catherine says:

    Dear Joanne, This is what I call soup and sandwich. Blessings dearest. Catherine xo

  40. Wishing this meal to be my lunch tomorrow. Both dishes look healthy, hearty, and absolutely delish. I rather want to spend 30 minutes cooking this than any take out food!

  41. Chris says:

    That looks so good, much wilder than my momma’s grilled cheese.

    Are you having any comments about your left margin cutting into the body of your posts? I’m seeing some clipping on Firefox.

  42. They both look amazing! Heading over to see the recipes. The grilled cheese looks so good with the pesto!

  43. I made a cold green soup this week–this warm version looks even more enticing, as well as that sandwich. Thanks for sharing with Souper Sundays. 😉

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