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Sunday Roast Soup
Thu 11-Mar-10
7:43 am
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SumpRat
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Have you ever wondered what you could do with the left overs from a Sunday Roast Lunch.

A while back I had some left overs, but not really enough for a second meal and a bit too much for bubble-n-squeak.

Well I had this small brain wave (I only have a small brain, or so I am told Wink)  I used my hand stick liquidiser and reduced the enter meal leftovers, gravy and all, into a rather good soup.

I can't remember if  I passed the soup though a sieve, but I reckon that is up to you, whether you want texture or smooth.

It was very tasty,  can't really describe it, but fully recommend it.

Simon

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Thu 11-Mar-10
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Soups from leftovers are a regular feature of our household, something to do with being unable to get the proportions right after children flitting the nest in quick succession and no chickens to ea the leftovers Doh

Thu 11-Mar-10
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If I ever get a Sunday roast I'll remember that.  Can't recall the last time OH did one.Cry

I'll try that again!

Thu 11-Mar-10
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Nice one, Simon. I reckon the key ingredient of your "meal solution" is the gravy.

It makes sense. Thanks.

Never knowingly underfed

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Imagine how it would taste with suet dumplings in!  Magic

I'll try that again!

Fri 12-Mar-10
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Toffeeapple said: Imagine how it would taste with suet dumplings in!  Magic


Stunning...

S,R.

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