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Souper, fabulous sweetie darling

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Simple comfort food. Easy to make as exact amounts do not matter.

Recipe #184070

Hearty soup to scare away the winter chills. Quinoa (Keen-wah) is a high protein grain making this an ideal dish for vegetarians. Once cooked it can be cooled and frozen for upto a month but if you do you MUST use fresh vegetable mix.

Recipe #192574

Sooper quick *groan* To tart it up a bit thinly slice the reserved stalk and deep fry to make "crisps" to go on top of the soup

Recipe #192580

This makes a really special soup for a christmas meal. If you want to make it look extra special shave a few strips off the parsnips and fry them to make designer crisps. The soup can be frozen for upto a month at the end of step 1

Recipe #192736

A great comfort food, my mum used to make flasks of this up when we went to watch bonfires. If we had it at home she fried slices of the cauli stalk to make cauli crisps to dip in the soup. This can be frozen for upto 1 month

Recipe #192740

Simple method, can be served hot or cold. The yoghurt topping is my suggestion. My brother likes to make fish finger "croutons" to go on top

Recipe #192742

An unusual but very tasty soup. The yoghurt contrasts with the deep ruby soup wonderfully

Recipe #193040

1 Reviews |  By Oolala

A Thai style soup from a new, hip teenage cookbook called Cooking Up a Storm, the teen survival cookbook. This is by Sam Stern. "What's usually hot but always cool? Soup!" This one is served hot.

Recipe #194571


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