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Old 8th February 2011, 14:57   #1 (permalink)
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making soup

decided to make several soups today, roast garlic, carrot and coriander, and potato soup.
got a little mixed up with my recipes though,:

anyone ever tried potato and coriander soup before????????????
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Old 8th February 2011, 15:18   #2 (permalink)
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Re: making soup

Hahaha Arrian - what does it taste like??

I just love home made soup, I have lots of recipes. Current favourite is Tere (Turkish type of watercress).

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Re: making soup

Ooah what about roast garlic and potato is you are mixing things up that sound quite nice, I had homemade scotch broth for dinner and another favourite is pea and ham, I use half frozen peas and half frozen mushy peas, a bit of onion or leek and a ham hock, its really delish and lasts all week, the only problem is, there must be a mushy pea shortage at the mo, I cant find them anywhere and they are so much easier than the dried ones.

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Ooah what about roast garlic and potato is you are mixing things up that sound quite nice, I had homemade scotch broth for dinner and another favourite is pea and ham, I use half frozen peas and half frozen mushy peas, a bit of onion or leek and a ham hock, its really delish and lasts all week, the only problem is, there must be a mushy pea shortage at the mo, I cant find them anywhere and they are so much easier than the dried ones.

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the roast garlic i posted on another thread, and it's really nice, but i found it needs a lot more garlic for my liking!!!

i only make veggie soups for me, but i've gone back to dried peas as they are so much cheaper. 37p a box compared to around 1 a bag!

i have made pea soup using frozen garden peas and onion, veg stock and seasoning to taste, really nice!!!
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Dried peas always remind me of staying with my nan, it was always faggots and peas on a Saturday night and she would let me unwrap the tablet and put it with the peas to soak, then put them in the little net when they were ready to cook, it use to make me laugh as she use to put something similar on her head to go to bed lol.

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they were showing faggots and peas on the One Show with Jay ------? the other night!!
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I love them, a real blast from the past, I buy them occasionally from the local market, even manage to get the kids to eat them.

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Re: making soup

Hi Arrian

Ive been trying my hand at soups and the nicest so far is sweet potato and parsnip, its a doddle to make all you need as well as the veg is a veg stock cubes, and then blend it, it thickens and tastes great.

Also butternut and leek is nice too

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[QUOTE=arrian;530458]the roast garlic i posted on another thread, and it's really nice, but i found it needs a lot more garlic for my liking!!!

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I thought that at the time, I use six to eight bulbs in mine.
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Wow, you did get busy, mass soup making session!

I read somewhere the amount of garlic used wasn't as intense, are you going to use more garlic next time. I was also wondering did you really roast the garlic bulb 1.5 hours? seems a long time but then I could be wrong.


Just to let you know I did make the roasted red pepper & Feta cheese soup same day you did yours, turned out gorgeous.I often make up my recipes as i go along tasting, modifying etc just hope I've noted my mods. down alight. I will be putting a basic recipe up, once I've downloaded the photos, love photographing food its so colourful!
The one thing I cannot replicate online is the wonderful aroma that fills the kitchen when peppers are roasting....
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