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Midgey91 Fri 01-Nov-19 16:40:26

After months of wanting a soup maker, I have finally bit the bullet and bought one grin

Please can you share your favourite recipes so I can start getting in the winter spirit with yummy soups?


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Aquamarine1029 Fri 01-Nov-19 16:41:29

What on earth is a soup maker??

Midgey91 Fri 01-Nov-19 17:55:40

It's like a slow cooker but for soup! Makes it within 25 or so minutes!

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BlueCowWonders Sat 02-Nov-19 03:25:23

I find that sweet potato is the magic ingredient. The soup always comes out beautifully smooth if i add sweet potato whatever other veg combinations i use.

salcombebabe Sat 02-Nov-19 04:33:41

2 tins of chopped tomatoes, half a dozen cherry tomatoes, onion, 2 veg stock cubes, salt, pepper, paprika, garlic, mixed herbs - throw it all in then 4 minutes before the end add a dessert spoon of low fat soft cheese (this makes it creamy) and then you have the most delicious home made tomato soup!!

morningdread Sat 02-Nov-19 07:00:58

there's a Nigella butternut squash one, amazing

Midgey91 Sat 02-Nov-19 08:42:28

Thanks everyone! Can't wait to try them today! I didn't think to use sweet potato

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user1469989812 Sun 03-Nov-19 03:34:58

I've tried lots of recipes from this website, all been fab.

I also like a yellow soup. Which is 1 yellow pepper, 1 tin of sweetcorn, 2 green chillis, cumin, coriander, coconut milk and stock. Absolutely delish 😋.

I get loads of grief for my soup maker elsewhere. But I love it and I eat loads more vegetables since I bought one.

Mintjulia Sun 03-Nov-19 04:11:38

Cajun bean soup.
Peppers, celery, onion, fried bacon, chopped tomatoes, Tabasco, white beans, vegetable stock..
Perfect on cold winter evenings.

MustardScreams Sun 03-Nov-19 09:39:12

Isn’t a soup maker just a saucepan?!

My favourite soup currently is black bean:

Sauté 1 chopped red onion, garlic, green pepper, a chopped chilli (jalapeño if you can get them fresh), cumin, smoked paprika and some ginger until soft.
Add can of black beans and some chicken/veg stock and cook until the beans start to break down (45 mins roughly).
Season and serve with sliced avocado, spring onions, grated cheddar and a dollop of sour cream.

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