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homefromworklate Fri 20-Oct-17 20:22:04

Thanks everyone, I'll give some ago at the weekend.

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roloisking Fri 20-Oct-17 18:58:26

This leek and potato is delicious

I also make carrot and lentil - soften some onions and garlic, add some chopped carrots, 1 tin of toms and some vegetable stock, then add red lentils and italian herbs. Simmer for about 30 mins. Then blend till smooth.

We also have a "bottom of the fridge" soup - soften onion and garlic, throw in any veg that needs using up, add vegetable stock, simmer for 30 mins. Blend till smooth

wellyclad Fri 20-Oct-17 18:51:28

Agree with the above poster on the red lentil and coconut soup! Also this one is amazing:

happylass Fri 20-Oct-17 18:38:39

This one packs a punch. Works well in the slow cooker too.

LauriLoo1 Fri 20-Oct-17 18:22:44

This is one of my current favourite. Easy to make and gets lots of conpliments. I add a sweet potato or a Couple of carrots.

scurryfunge Fri 20-Oct-17 18:04:46

My favourites are Cullen Skink, leek and potato, carrot and coriander. If you use home made stock from a roast they are always tasty.

Chocolatear Fri 20-Oct-17 18:01:48

Roasted tomato soup.
Buy the misshapen (cheap) tomatoes from the supermarkets. Cut them into quarters. Slice thinly a couple of red onions and mix with tomatoes and a couple of cloves of garlic - lightly bruised. Mix everything with some olive oil, salt and pepper.
Roast in a hot oven until the tomatoes/onions char slightly. Then place everything in a large pan with some basil. Cover with chicken or veg stock. Bring to the boil, then simmer for about 10 minutes. Whizz everything up with a stick blender or in a processor and adjust seasoning. Serve with some crumbled up crispy bacon.

homefromworklate Fri 20-Oct-17 17:55:47

Anyone? smile

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homefromworklate Fri 20-Oct-17 14:00:05

Does anybody have any tasty soup recipes ?
I have made soups in the past but they always turned out a bit meh!

I'm looking for recipes that aren't too fussy but have lots of taste.


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