Chickpea and Chorizo Soup

"This soup is low in fat, but will fill you up at the same time. I got the recipe from a supermarket magazine and have posted it her for future use and safe keeping. If you try it before I'll get around to it, please let me know what you think!"
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
13
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Heat the oil in a stock pot and cook the onion until soft and translucent.
  • Add the stock, tomatoes, carrots, celery, potato and chickpeas. Cover and simmer for approximately 25 minutes or until all vegetables are tender.
  • Add the chorizo and heat through.
  • Just before serving, sprinkle with parsley and croutons.

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Reviews

  1. myrydythg_4985533
    Made this today and it came out sooo good, i added edamamme for some color, beats the can any day!
     
  2. TasteTester
    This is a great soup! The broth is so tasty and I liked the fact that you used such light and healthy vegetables in your recipe, as the chorizo is very rich. I added 2 cloves of minced garlic to the pan with the onions, and sauteed them for 2 minutes when the onions were done. We really loved this soup; thanks so much, Sylvie, for posting.
     
  3. IAMLORDVOLDEMORT
    I love this recipe. I'm a sucker for chorizo, and all the flavors complemented each other well. Turns out great everytime!
     
  4. Chabear01
    Believe it or not I went to the market 3 times today, each time thinking I WILL remember to pick up some celery...good ol old timers disease, and no celery. Soooo, I made this with some celery seed instead. Not only is this an easy recipe, I do believe it could be done in the crockpot by working moms and college students, it is also very delicious. One heck of a good comfort food. Thank You for the GREAT recipe.
     
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Hi, I'm 31 and cooking and living in England. I was born in Germany and that's where I grew up and lived until I came to the UK to go to University in 1998. I never went back to live in Germany, even though all my family is still there.
 
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