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Old 5th September 2014, 19:31   #1 (permalink)
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Soup.

It's that time when I want to start to make some home-made soups, I do love the Chunky Winter Vegetable Soup that I make, but want some of your suggestions as to what to do, for a change, I also do a Stilton & Broccoli soup, so any mouth watering suggestions ready for the winter months ahead to keep us fueled.

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Old 5th September 2014, 19:35   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Soup.

ıve got thıck chıcken stew tonıght,very tomatoey and ı put lentıls and salša ın ıt as well and ıve had ıt wıth some buttery garlıc mash mmmmmmmmm---ps what about some home made oxtaıl soup? or ı lıke bolognese soup wıth grated cheese or theres chınese style chıcken and sweetcorn,hot and sour soup or good old fashıoned pea and ham.

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Re: Soup.

Carrot, coriander and orange is one of my favourites.

Jerusalem artichoke with or without Gorgonzola depending on availability. Warning: with or without it is very farty.

Spinach stem soup with loads of garlic is good too.
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ıve got thıck chıcken stew tonıght,very tomatoey and ı put lentıls and salša ın ıt as well and ıve had ıt wıth some buttery garlıc mash mmmmmmmmm---ps what about some home made oxtaıl soup? or ı lıke bolognese soup wıth grated cheese or theres chınese style chıcken and sweetcorn,hot and sour soup or good old fashıoned pea and ham.
Next time what about chicken and leek stew. Maybe a lot of black pepper or even a bit of chilli. Love Chicken and leek soup too.
You are getting that important lycophene (?)with your cooked tomatoes. Forgot to to tell you you can now get it in tablet form LOL! Maybe shows how good it is.
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Re: Soup.

A nice fish/ shell fish chowder.
Made nice and thick with some potatoes in.
It never lasts long in our house.
Make some fish stock with fish bones and bits, make 1 pint at least
A stick of celery
A small onion / shallot
A couple of good floury spuds cut into 1in cubes.
Whatever fish you fancy but a nice fillet of salmon about 12 oz is good cut into slices.
Small wine glass white wine.
4oz cooked prawns.
100 ml double cream.
2tbsp plain flour.
A good knob of butter.
1 bay leaf
Melt butter add celery, onion and bay leaf fry gently until soft.
Stir in flour and cook for a couple of minutes.
Pour in fish stock gradually, stirring all the time, add white wine and cook until liquid has thickened a bit. Add potatoes and turn down heat and simmer for 15mins.
Season your fish with sea salt and some white pepper. Put fish into the pan cover and turn heat right down cook fish for about 4 minutes. Pour and stir in the cream, put prawns on top and turn off heat ( prawns are cooked ) leave to stand 3/4 minutes sprinkle some chopped parsley over and serve with some nice crusty bread or croutons.

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I make spicy tomato soup, you can make it as spicy as you like.
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Re: Soup.

Mmmmmm, all of these sound good. I haven't made a fish soup/stew for ages Bill, yours sounds delicious, I tend to make a Fish Pie. Anyone got a recipe for a chicken soup, but, not cream based thanks.
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A nice fish/ shell fish chowder.
Made nice and thick with some potatoes in.
It never lasts long in our house.
Make some fish stock with fish bones and bits, make 1 pint at least
A stick of celery
A small onion / shallot
A couple of good floury spuds cut into 1in cubes.
Whatever fish you fancy but a nice fillet of salmon about 12 oz is good cut into slices.
Small wine glass white wine.
4oz cooked prawns.
100 ml double cream.
2tbsp plain flour.
A good knob of butter.
1 bay leaf
Melt butter add celery, onion and bay leaf fry gently until soft.
Stir in flour and cook for a couple of minutes.
Pour in fish stock gradually, stirring all the time, add white wine and cook until liquid has thickened a bit. Add potatoes and turn down heat and simmer for 15mins.
Season your fish with sea salt and some white pepper. Put fish into the pan cover and turn heat right down cook fish for about 4 minutes. Pour and stir in the cream, put prawns on top and turn off heat ( prawns are cooked ) leave to stand 3/4 minutes sprinkle some chopped parsley over and serve with some nice crusty bread or croutons.

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Mmmmmm, all of these sound good. I haven't made a fish soup/stew for ages Bill, yours sounds delicious, I tend to make a Fish Pie. Anyone got a recipe for a chicken soup, but, not cream based thanks.
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Re: Soup.

I do love me chicken soup I make it all year round
After a nice chicken dinner
Put the left overs carcass in pressure cooker 1/2 hour
The stock and chicken is the base for the soup
Every time I put what ever is in the fridge
Cellery carrot onion peas parsnip chicken ham stock
Pressure cook for an hour
Add salt and pepper at the end
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