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Soup that doesn't need blending?

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MoonChimes Wed 19-Jun-19 16:03:53

I like chunky soups but have only ever found recipes that involve blending. Also I can't be bothered to muck around with a blender grin Do any non-blend recipes exist? I know they must but I can't find any! Would appreciate any pointing in the right direction. Tia

Blondie1984 Wed 19-Jun-19 18:30:44

French onion
Chicken noodle

CoolHonda Wed 19-Jun-19 18:35:20

Scotch Broth
Leek and Potato

noenergy Wed 19-Jun-19 18:35:54

Vegetable soup.

Made with barley, potato, carrots and leek.

villamariavintrapp Wed 19-Jun-19 18:41:23

Lentil-if you cut the onion small.

ShakeYourTailFeathers Wed 19-Jun-19 18:42:25

Tom Kerridge does a lovely morrocan veg soup that's lumpy

thenightsky Wed 19-Jun-19 18:46:03

Leek and potato
Cullen Skink

MoonChimes Wed 19-Jun-19 18:50:44

Ooh thanks!

midgeland Wed 19-Jun-19 18:53:28

We do an Italian thing with rice and potatoes and sometimes butter beans, sort of a very wet risotto. Gorgeous with lots of grated parmesan on top.

Aquamarine1029 Wed 19-Jun-19 18:54:25

Ham and bean soup. Hearty and delicious.

MoonChimes Wed 19-Jun-19 18:56:32

I'll google some of these and get some recipes. Hurrah!

cdtaylornats Thu 20-Jun-19 07:41:45

Daffodil2018 Thu 20-Jun-19 07:54:38


SpiderPlant38 Thu 20-Jun-19 08:33:44

A clear-ish soup with vegetables. (And shredded chicken/prawns if you like)
I do a quick version with with either Miso paste or vegetable stock, (fresh or Marigold) and then just add some ginger, spring onion, shredded greens, finely sliced or julienne carrot/peppers/fennel/celery - whatever I have. Sometimes I add some frozen peas and/or timmed sweetcorn. Maybe a bit of chilli or a squeeze of limejuice for extra zing. Takes about five minutes. (Not hearty though - light)

Footle Thu 20-Jun-19 08:51:26

I use a stick blender if I do want the soup smushed or part-smushed.

PaintingOwls Thu 20-Jun-19 08:52:20


Seeline Thu 20-Jun-19 08:53:27

Just don't blend the soup at the end?

Cut things up a bit smaller and just leave it.

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