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Instead of potato in a watercress soup, could I substitute, er...

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MiraArte Mon 29-Nov-10 12:02:58

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sethstarkaddersmum Mon 29-Nov-10 12:04:41

yes. though would taste a bit, you know, Smashy.

mazzystartled Mon 29-Nov-10 12:06:01

no it will go gloopy

do you have any canned chickpeas? or some courgettes?

MiraArte Mon 29-Nov-10 12:06:23

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MiraArte Mon 29-Nov-10 12:07:13

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KurriKurri Mon 29-Nov-10 13:06:03

I wouldn't add anything, just loads of watercress cooked in its own juice, blitzed and then add some milk. Yum

taffetacat Mon 29-Nov-10 14:07:48

Agree with Kurri.


Assume you are softening an onion first? Add a little more onion and then finish at the end once blitzed with some cream if you have any. Any other veg added will take away from the vibrant watercress flavour and colour.

MiraArte Mon 29-Nov-10 15:47:34

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nickeldonkeyonadustyroad Mon 29-Nov-10 15:52:05

jsut make it up and eat it yourself from a bowl.

what's wrong!!!!

i love it as a bit of crap junk food, especially when it's cold grin

Hardandsleazy Mon 29-Nov-10 15:57:23

I never put potato in- add two heaped spoons of flour after you have softened the onion (assuming you are using a litre of milk/stock) like kurri says

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