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Ideas for soups.
Sat 9-Nov-13
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Toffeeapple
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Here.  

I'll try that again!

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wave Looks a great site. I am looking for different soup recipes now!  Thanks Toni! big_hug

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I hope it is useful to you Danuta.  I am pleased that I found it as I am getting a bit bored with my usual veggie soup.  I was taken with the potato and greens one as I have some potatoes and some leaves of Cavolo Nero.  I didn't think I would try the apple and parsnip one, thinking it would be too sweet for me.

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Ooh, lovely. Soup time!

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It's definitely soup weather now. I tend to do either chicken, veg or tomato soups so hopefully I'll get inspiration from some of those recipes. Although today's lunch will be a veg soup I defrosted, along with some fresh soda bread which I'll make later this morning.

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Last week I played around with the typical ingredients for a chilli con carne and it made a fantastic beef chilli soup.

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bookmarked for future use, thanks TA. If I want something filling I make one called cabbage patch stew I found when I was doing south beach diet.

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Great link, Toni, but where do you start ?  big_laugh   big_laugh

I guess with the ingredients you have to hand! laugh  ok

 

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Just remembered, I've brought back some large gorgeous red peppers - I guess that's where I'll be starting! smile

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Thanks Toni, the Carrot, Pumpkin and Coconut looks like my kind of thing. My current favourite is sweet potato and peanut or a Caribbean flavoured black bean soup. Good comfort food.

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Tue 12-Nov-13
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Ruth, I am pleased that you will find it useful.  Would you care to offer up the recipes for the two soups that you have  mentioned please?  I bought a can of Black Beans recently and have no idea how to use them to make something interesting.

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The other week a soup caught my eye in Waitrose, beetroot and mint! decided to buy it and have on my fasting days! it's lovely! it think it would also be lovely as an iced soup in summer. Think it would be an easy one to have a go at making. Bought some beetroot and roasted it the other day with the aim of making it, but ate the beetroot instead.

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Terrier said
Bought some beetroot and roasted it the other day with the aim of making it, but ate the beetroot instead.

 

 

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That is the sort of thing that I would do, I cannot resist beetroot.  I am at this moment eating beetroot crisps...

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Ooh TA, should you be eating crisps before bed...

however I love those bags of beetroot and parsnip crisps

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Terrier said
Ooh TA, should you be eating crisps before bed...

however I love those bags of beetroot and parsnip crisps

 

 

......... as long as you clean your teeth afterwards, Toni. laugh 

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