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    Lalaloula's Simmering Soups and the rolls/scones to go with them

    What could be nicer than a hearty soup on a cold winter's day?! To me simmering soups are pure comfort food!

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    This recipe is very easy and quick to make and yields a soft yet sturdy pita bread that can be used in all sorts of mediterranian recipes. YUM! Note please: The dough needs to rest for 40 minutes.

    Recipe #469658

    These yeat-free bread rolls are super easy to make and taste very yummy. They are kind of like a damper with a slightly sweet taste from the parsnip. The original of the recipe comes from wonderful book "Mon premier dîner végétarien" by Alice Hart. If you feel like it, try using carrot in place of the parsnip or even pumpkin or beetroot.

    Recipe #465977

    My sister is not allowed to eat yeast and sourdough so she can't have regular rolls for breakfast. We were very happy when we found this recipe in a leaflet from "Dr.Oetker". The rolls taste very good and are very versatile. You can either have them with sesame, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds etc. if you want to put something hearty onto them. Or you can add some sugar and raisins to the dough and eat them with honey or jam.

    Recipe #351015

    This is not a french type croissant but more a breadstick in the shape of a croissant. Very easy to make and great for parties of all kinds! If you dont like thyme use any other type of herbs.

    Recipe #353177

    These are wonderful savoury scones, which I got from 99 cents traditional british cooking cookbook. What a great invest I have to say! ;) These are very easy to make and in my opinion have a great flavour, too. Let me know what you think!

    Recipe #362323

    These are very yummy, moist and focaccia like buns. The original recipe comes from a famours German chef (the German Jamie Oliver), called Tim Mälzer. I have modified it slightly to suit my taste. Feel free to sub other herbs and spices for the Italian blend I used. These are great for dinner or lunch perhaps served with a soup or topped with cheese.

    Recipe #371248

    I came up with this recipe myself looking for a whole grain cheese scone recipe with some jazz. You can vary this recipe easily by adding in e.g. sesame seeds, tahini, some herbs, garlic or other add-ins of your choice.

    Recipe #371328

    This is a savoury version of elephant ears. I came up with it when I wanted to bake a simple yet tasty appetiser for my family. The herbs and cheese can be varied to your liking. I hope you enjoy them as much as we do! :) The dough was inspired by this recipe: Recipe #40835

    Recipe #388652

    This recipe comes from the "Wild Wild West Cookbook" I was given by my wonderful friend Tammie in the Bi-Annual Cookbook Swap 2009. Ive adapted it slightly, but will list my changes as options as it would be great otherwise also. This makes for a grainy, only slightly sweet, but super tasty bread, which can be enjoyed either with a savoury meal oron its own spread with butter and jam/honey. This is a very versatile recipe, which can be changed easily to suit the meal youre making. Please feel free to play with it. I could think of adding some vanilla or cinnamon to the batter for a more cakey version or using some chili powder and other spices for a hearty one.

    Recipe #382235

    This recipe for savoury scones come from Ruth Isabelle Ross' Irish Baking Book, which I bought while living in Ireland for a year. I think they are very tasty little things. If you find the basic recipe to plain, feel free to add herbs, cheese or other add-ins of your choice. Note: After Toni's review I went back and corrected my mistake concerning the amount of liquid ingredients. It should be fine now.

    Recipe #378117

    Plain cheese scones that are jazzed up a tad by the addition of some cayenne pepper. Great for a hearty brunch or served along side some soup. My sis and me just threw this together for breakkie some morning, so feel free to use other cheeses or spices according to what you have on hand.

    Recipe #429098

    This is a hearty, filling soup that originally comes from Latin America. It is quick and easy to make and healthy, too. I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #417194

    This recipe also comes from Family Circle's Fast Vegetarian Cookbook and is the perfect stew/soup for a cold night. It is filling, easy to make, tastes super yummy and is healthy, too. What more can you ask for? :) I modified it a little to have it produce a smaller quantity and suite my taste even more. I hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #416179

    This yummy, warming soup is perfect for cold winter days. It has a subtle garlic and thyme flavour and could be jazzed up easily by adding in some cream or serving with a dollop of sour cream and some cilantro or green onions on top. I hope you enjoy! :)

    Recipe #409912

    My sis and me came up with this soup one day, cause we had to use up some fresh basil so that it would not go to waste. Its an unusual combination, but very tasty. Spicy and warming with a fresh green touch from the basil. I hope youll enjoy it! :) You may use any pumpkin/squash you like, but please note that hokkaido squash has an edible peel. If your squash does not, make sure to peel it.

    Recipe #392665

    This is a lovely, spicy soup, which is sure to warm you through on a chilly day. I luv its hot flavour, which does not overpower the zucchini. My sis and me came up with this recipe when I could only eat soup due to having my wisdom teeth pulled. I hope youll enjoy it as much as we did! Feel free to sub any other squash for the zucchini and adjust the spices to your liking.

    Recipe #388012

    This is what I came up with having to use up a big head of savoy cabbage. It's super easy to make and perfect for one of those chilly autumn or winter days when all you want to do is snuggle up on the couch with something hot in your hands.

    Recipe #355152

    My sis and me came up with this recipe when searching for a nice, relatively quick to make and warming dinner dish on one of those cold winter days. This soup is not overly spicy and has a light sweetness coming from the carrots. It makes for a thick soup, so if you like your soup to be less like a puree, you might have to add more broth to it. We served this with Recipe #178020, which was very very tasty!

    Recipe #357609


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