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    Potato and Leek Soup

    Roughly chop a leek in a large saucepan/soup pot (take off green part and throw away) and fry in butter on low heat until soft but not brown. Add 4-6 peeled and chopped potatoes in small pieces. Add several litres of water with a few chicken stock cubes and a few vege stock cubes. Boil until the potatoes are quite soft.

    Pour into a food processor, including stock and pulse until all is smooth. Add a small container of cream.

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    These are some of my favourites
    Cauliflower and Parmesan soup
    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/2719...h+crispy+bacon

    Chicken and vegetable soup - I add whatever veggies I have in the fridge and sometimes some soup pasta as well
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    Beef, veggie and barley soup
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    My made it up chicken/veg/noodle soup

    fry an onion in oil till soft in a soup pot, add a litre of bought chicken stock, add 2 chicken breasts and poach for 10-15 min and remove. Add to liquid stock chopped veg - zucchini, carrot, red capsicum, cauliflower, frozen peas and corn, whatever you want. Shred or chop chicken breast when cooled and put back in pot, add broken spaghetti and cook till spaghetti is done. Will cure any illness!

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    Default Soup soup and more soup!!!!

    Pea and ham soup

    1 ham hock - I use smoked
    1 or 2 carrots, chopped,
    1 onion chopped
    3 cloves garlic, sliced
    1 celery stick including leaves if you have them, chopped
    400g yellow split peas
    3 L water
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    Bung it all in a pot and simmer 1.5 hours. Pull out hock and shred meat. Return to pan.

    Cauliflower soup


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    I loooooooooove soup.
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    Making soup tomorrow and no idea which to do.

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    Subbing as well. Love soup!

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    Subbing. I don't really like soup but I am determined to change that this winter!

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