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    We also put sweet potato in our pumpkin soup and half a teaspoon of curry powder to make it a little more interesting. Also for another dimension/ texture you could roast some crushed cashews and sprinkle them in top, yum!

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    I made cauli soup today ...

    (the last 2 attempts at soup have been abject failures ) .. so at best I was hoping for something edible.

    I ate it. its a little bland, it needs something more ... but I am scared to add something and ruin it

    anyway - cauliflower, potato, onion, garlic, chicken stock, cream, pepper ... cant remember what else ... but it was nice for lunch

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    I prefer to make soup in a big pot rather than slow cooker.

    I am doing a bacon and lentill soup on the weekend. It's similar to ham and pea but I prefer the taste of red lentils.

    I'll be simmering a smoked ham hock with some stock and red lentils, garlic, onion and veges. I also add in some garam masala.

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    Went on a soup making spree. Didn't have enough containers to pop it all in so ate it for three days straight too!


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    I make a really nice lamb and veg soup
    I don't really use measurements I just chuck it all in but in mine I use
    Beef stock and water equal amounts
    Lamb neck bones( cut up already)
    Potatoes
    Lentils
    Cabbage
    Mushrooms
    Pumpkin
    Broccoli
    Cauliflower
    Carrots
    Peas
    Garlic
    Onion
    Mixed herbs
    Salt
    Pepper
    Chilli flakes
    Plus any veg on special

    Chuck all into a big pot and bring to the boil then cover and simmer for about 2 hours.
    I then get the lamb bones out and remove meat which by then is so easy it just falls apart and then return meat to pot. I keep simmering for another 2 hours and then serve.
    We have it chunky in this house but you could blend it as well
    Oh and if you find it hasn't thickened well which 1out of 5 don't add a little cornflour paste.


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