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I have just made the most vile soup, can it be rescued?

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trixymalixy Sat 25-Jun-11 15:28:17

it's courgette soup. I've made it before, and it's normally lovely, but it has a really bitter aftertaste.

I did chop them up and salt them before cooking as all the courgettes I have had recently have been bitter, but it hasn't helped.

It's a massive pot as well, so would hate to chuck it away.

Can it be rescued?

KatyMac Sat 25-Jun-11 15:30:07




KatyMac Sat 25-Jun-11 15:30:29

Sweet potato might work

rookiemater Sat 25-Jun-11 17:59:21

Do you have any creme fraiche, that might help to smooth it out a bit?

KatyMac Sat 25-Jun-11 20:16:08

What did you try?

trixymalixy Sat 25-Jun-11 20:45:39

I tried sugar, but it didn't help. We're dairy free as DS is allergic so couldn't try cream.

It's sitting in the kitchen still but I think it'll be going down the plug hole as I don't want to waste anymore veg trying to make it edible.

It's the last time I buy courgettes though, they all seem to be vile these days.

trixymalixy Sat 25-Jun-11 20:46:03

Oh, and thank you for your suggestions!!

schmee Sat 25-Jun-11 20:47:02

honey and mint - or the bin!

CharlieCoCo Thu 07-Jul-11 00:19:43

i was going to say yoghurt but read bot being dairy free. what about coconut milk, can he have that? might help-in future, obviously i have come to this party too late lol.

trixymalixy Thu 07-Jul-11 08:36:24

Thanks, I'm afraid it all went down the plughole. I love courgette soup, but I always seem to get really bitter courgettes these days, I'll just stuck to broccoli and carrot next time.

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