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What's your most favourite soup recipe?

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HeinzEVILSight Wed 15-Oct-08 21:15:27

Think mine is Parsnip soup

platypussy Wed 15-Oct-08 21:29:06

I have three favourites - Lentil, Cauliflower and Leek and Potato. All really simple - no faffing about.

pickie Wed 15-Oct-08 21:40:20

garlic and jerusalem artichokes (but the farting is unbelievable but worth it). Curried parsnip soup and carrot and ginger soup

notnowbernard Wed 15-Oct-08 21:41:10

Pumpkin and bacon

NotDoingTheHousework Wed 15-Oct-08 21:45:45

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pinkandbluespottywellies Wed 15-Oct-08 21:48:39

I made a lovely roasted butternut squash (with an apple and the slightest hint of chilli) soup yesterday. Also another vote for curried parsnip and my next one to try is leek and potato with bacon. (My dsis was making it tonight and I thought it sounded lovely!)

pinkandbluespottywellies Wed 15-Oct-08 21:50:04

Oh yes and broccoli and cheese. Lentil made with bacon stock was always my fave that my mum used to make.

asdmumandteacher Wed 15-Oct-08 21:50:38

Heinz Tomato Soup!

Am too bloody busy teaching all day to be poncing around with soup grin wink

kiltycoldbum Wed 15-Oct-08 21:54:40

stilton and broccoli soup and it must have cream in it and lots of stilton and be stringy <drool>

NotDoingTheHousework Wed 15-Oct-08 21:55:15

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BreevandercampLGJ Wed 15-Oct-08 21:56:15

Roasted butternut squash and garlic soup.


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BreevandercampLGJ Wed 15-Oct-08 21:57:04

I had Covent Garden Plum Tomato soup the other was very sweet. hmm

HeinzEVILSight Wed 15-Oct-08 21:57:49

notdoing, thanks for the headsup about the Tesco offer, will have a look tomorrow.

Talking of Tesco, I bought a slow cooker from them a few days about for less that a tenner, and made some fab lentil soup yesterday!

HeinzEVILSight Thu 16-Oct-08 16:53:35

am thinking about trying butternut squash with carrots. Was wondering whether to put some bacon in too. Suggestions..... would it work?

Raindog Thu 16-Oct-08 16:59:05

Pea and coconut. It sounds weird but is delicious. I used to work above a buddhist cafe in Bethnal Green and they made it there. If anyone has a recipe I'd be very grateful!

HeinzEVILSight Thu 16-Oct-08 17:00:36

sounds lovely raindog!

NoNickname Thu 16-Oct-08 17:01:09

Courgette. Needs nothing except veg stock and onions and courgettes. Blended, it goes all creamy and lovely.

Raindog Thu 16-Oct-08 17:01:57

It was gorgeous. I've never managed to get it right though. I think they used frozen peas, and the coconut was probably dessicated. It would be good for Halloween - it was a great bright green!

MorticiaAnnSpookington Thu 16-Oct-08 17:03:51

dh makes an Argentinian soup (has minced beef in it) - lovely ! think it was from Lindsay Bareham's Soup book...
We also love hippipotami's Dutch pea soup..yum !

MadameCheese Thu 16-Oct-08 17:04:46

Chickpea and leek or sweet potato and red pepper - yumsk!

shootfromthehip Thu 16-Oct-08 17:05:22

Curried parsnip and apple, butternut squash, parsip and red onion, mushroom garlic and brandy, mushroom and brie.

God I'm hungry

bogie Thu 16-Oct-08 17:06:01

An old friend of dp cooked us a chilli soup once and it was delish!
I wish I got the recipie because we have lost contact with them now

BlingLovin Thu 16-Oct-08 17:07:32

I'm not convinced about the bacon with butternut soup personally - although a few chunks floating loose wouldn't do any harm I guess.

lulumama Thu 16-Oct-08 17:09:40

chicken , followed by leek and potato and then roasted red pepper and tomato

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