Tomato Spinach Rice Soup

I eat soup in any season, summer included. It’s a quick, filling addition to a meal plus it can tide my family over while I am still working on the main course. Since this soup seemed super quick to make, it was one of the first things I tried from Kosher by Design Short on Time.


Crushed tomatoes, Tomato sauce, soup stock, onion, garlic, fresh spinach, sushi rince, basil, organo, chives

The Process:

As with almost any recipe, you start off by sautéing an onion and garlic. You then quickly add the tomatoes, juice, and other items and then let everything simmer. It really could not be much easier.

The Results:

Everyone loves this soup, everyone! Every time I make it there is not a single drop left. My mother in law repeatedly requests it. It also very filling since the sushi rice is substantial. This is one recipe that is as good as promised. The only time it has not turned out as desired is when I purchased a new brand of tomato sauce that was inferior.

Tomato and Spinach Soup From Kosher By Design Short on Time



Kosher by Design Short on Time promises recipes that are quick, and with a toddler and a full time job, I am all about speed these days. I’ve been making these quesadillas for quite some time now and have been so pleased with the results, they have become a family favorite.


12 large flour tortillas

8-12 ounces shredded cheddar cheese

8-12 ounces shredded mozzarella Cheese

Monterey Jack Cheese, Optional

The Process

This truly was short on time, especially if you buy grated cheese. With grating my own cheese laying out the tortillas and placing the cheese on them took a total of ten minutes. They baked up beautifully, but be careful to watch them closely as they can easily get burnt.

The Results

Delicious cheesy goodness. Actually I have tried this using many different types of cheese and they have all been delicious. This is truly fast, easy to prep, easy to clean and easy to make.STA_0953