Know that feeling. I'm a confirmed soup addict whatever the time of year but there's something about this crisp weather that demands soup.
Leek + Potato's one of my faves.
I made a curried roasted cauli one recently - very good indeed if I say so myself. Must put the recipe on the blog, not done so yet! Adapted it from one online so pleased with myself.
Nanny Cook said:
Just made a large pot of Leek and Potato Soup! Must be the cold weather that made me do it!
Try it with just a hint of chilli powder....really good for keeping out the cold....
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I looked up a pea-pod soup recipe, here is one from the Telegraph. Shame that I don't have any pea-pods¦
Peapod soup (serves 2-3)
Shell the peas and use all but a cupful in another recipe. Wash the pods and snip off the stalks. Boil, together with the lettuce leaves, in the water or stock until the pods are soft. Puree in a liquidiser and sieve. Season with sugar and salt. Cook the peas and add to the soup. Serve with yogurt and croutons.
I'll try that again!
Those all sound great! I love pumpkin soup too.
TA- I can't get your link to work.
Made a big vat of pumpkin soup the other day- been enjoying it every evening...just downed the last mugfull. I love pumpkin soup, especially with a little touch of chilli..
1st time I've done it but it really was lovely and simple too. Just adapt to your taste of curry like TA says. Do try roast cauli on it's own though - YUM!!
Smoked paprika... hmmm... Guess what I'll be adding to my next squash soup.
My favourite is lentil and ham, made with one of the supercheap ham hocks from the butcher. If only G was more a fan of soup teas. I've even done them with home made crusty bread, or sandwiches, and he still feels he's missing his meat & spuds.
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