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    Default Whats your fave Soup Recipes?

    I'll be honest that I'm crap at cooking but I've been wanting to make soup this winter. I have no idea where to start or what to try making. Inspire me with your recipes!

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    We love crab meat and sweet corn soup-I use this Kylie Kwong recipe, DS loves it!

    http://www.lifestylefood.com.au/reci...-crabmeat-soup

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    Broccoli and Stilton soup is my absolute favourite! Will type up the recipe when I get home

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    Chicken and Sweet corn in the slow cooker. It is so thick and yummy.

    Beef and veg (use up veg at end of the week soup)

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Chicken and Sweet corn in the slow cooker. It is so thick and yummy.

    Beef and veg (use up veg at end of the week soup)

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    Could you please share both of those please :-)

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    I have cooked this for many dinner parties and everyone goes wild over it. Highly recommended recipe!!

    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/2372...up+with+prawns

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    Miso is a regular here. So easy to make too. 1-2 heaped dessert spoons of miso paste, 1 stock cube (or equivilant), what ever veg you want ( tend to do carrot, broccoli, bok choy sh!take mushrooms and whatever else we have), protein of choice (we use Japanese style marinated tofu) and noodles. Throw everything but the noodles in a big pot and cover it with water making sure you have enough to add the noodles later. Once the veg are tender throw in the noodles and cook until they're ready.

    There is also this one http://recipes.coles.com.au/recipes/...l-tomato-soup/ I add a little bit of chilli to it too.

    Or there is the usual pumpkin soup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    Miso is a regular here. So easy to make too. 1-2 heaped dessert spoons of miso paste, 1 stock cube (or equivilant), what ever veg you want ( tend to do carrot, broccoli, bok choy sh!take mushrooms and whatever else we have), protein of choice (we use Japanese style marinated tofu) and noodles. Throw everything but the noodles in a big pot and cover it with water making sure you have enough to add the noodles later. Once the veg are tender throw in the noodles and cook until they're ready.

    There is also this one http://recipes.coles.com.au/recipes/...l-tomato-soup/ I add a little bit of chilli to it too.

    Or there is the usual pumpkin soup.
    Add the miso paste right at the end and don't let it boil. That's the proper way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by our3boys View Post
    Could you please share both of those please :-)
    Chicken sweet corn
    2 chicken breast diced
    2 tins of created corn
    2 pkts of 2 min noodles crushed
    2 lts of chicken stock
    1 diced onion opt
    Chuck it in the slow cooker on low 6 to 8 hrs


    End of the week soup
    300 to 400 grams of diced beef ( i often just chop a steak or two)
    2 tins of diced tomatoes
    Mixed herbs
    Garlic
    2 ltrs of beef stock.
    Whatever veg you have leftover
    I like carrot, cabbage, zucchini, squash and onion.
    Cook in a large pot.

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