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    Default What's you most delicious soup recipe!

    Well pretty much what the title says lol, I wanna make some yummy soup to warm my soul through out winter, also any soups that a toddler would enjoy also, thanks in advance!!

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    Simple and boring, but delicious and easy - pumpkin soup!

    I use a standard recipe of pre- baked butternut pumpkin, onion, carrots, stock, herbs/spices (curry powder etc) and sometimes bacon.

    Serve with a dollop of cream or low fat natural yoghurt.

    So quick & easy to make and DD loves it.

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    Super easy chicken and corn soup

    1/2 kg chicken, diced
    1 can corn kernels - don't drain
    1 can creamed corn
    3 eggs

    Cook chicken in large saucepan, add corn and creamed corn and one extra 'can' of water. Boil for about 10 ish mind. Lightly beat an egg and 'swirl' it in. Leave for a min and mix in. Repeat with the other eggs

    Done!

    I'm fussy and can't stand soups but I will eat this one lol

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    I get a heap of veggies, veggie stock in the slow cooker, add some paprika and cayenne pepper and it spices you up.

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    Hard choice

    No 1 my pumpkin and bacon

    No 2 beef and veg

    No 3 slow cooked very thick chicken and corn

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    How do you cook them in the slow cooker??? Is it simply chop everything add to stock and let it be???

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    Pea and ham

    Ham hock
    500-750 grams dried split peas
    1 or 2 large onions chopped
    2 cloves garlic chopped / crushed
    3 large grated carrots
    2 grated potatoes
    Water

    Chuck it all in the slow cooker for 5-7 hours

    Easy and delicious

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    My girls like orange soups LOL.

    They like Pumkpin soup and chicken & veggie soup.

    Chicken one is:

    1 leek
    1 onion
    1 clove garlic
    About 6 cups chicken stock
    about 2 tblspns oil
    chicken breast
    3 red capsicum
    3 tomatoes
    500g sweet potato

    Just chop everything up roughly. I boil the chicken breast seperately.

    Then in a big pot throw in oil, leek, garlic & onion for a few minutes. Add tomatoes, capsicum & sweet potato and cook for another cpouple of minutes.

    Add stock, bring to boil and reduce heat. Simmer for 25-30 minutes. Let cool a bit. Then add roughly chopped up chicken and process in a blender until pureed.

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    1 kent pumpkin
    1 sweet potato
    1 onion
    1/2 yellow capsicum
    1 cup of chives

    Chop it all up, toss it in the slow cooker, add water then walk away for 6 hours. Come back, put a stick blender through it all then serve. (goes well with sour cream and fresh chopped herbs added to each bowl after serving)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waitingfordaisy View Post
    How do you cook them in the slow cooker??? Is it simply chop everything add to stock and let it be???
    Yes.


 

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