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    I do a really, super simple pumpkin soup where you just roast the pumpkin and onion, then add into chicken stock, throw in some mustard and honey and blend. It really is too easy for how tasty it is!

    We also love corn & bacon chowder.

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    I do a really super quick pumpkin soup thats healthy.

    About 2kg of pumpkin, chop it up into chunks, bring to the boil in about 2cups chicken stock and a cup of water, once soft blend it up with a stick blender. Then add about 200ml cooking cream and salt/pepper. So easy yet really tasty

    If you want to go even healthier replace the cooking cream with natural yoghurt.

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    I love pumpkin soup with red lentils and carrots in it, topped with crispy pancetta.

    Or lentil soup - brown lentils, bacon, potato, carrots, celery, chicken stock with a few spoonfuls of brown sugar and vinegar.

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    Potato, leek and bacon soup!

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    Pea and ham soup

    Cauliflower soup

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    I love pumpkin soup. Cauliflower soup. I make an awesome Marocan carrot and chickpea soup!

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    Women's weekly mushroom and pancetta soup, clam chowder, pea and ham soup are the three favourites in our house.

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    Regulars in our house are
    Potato and Leek
    Pumpkin
    Beef, barley and vegetable
    Chicken and veg with noodles.
    Pea and Ham.

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    I made an amazing minestrone today with plenty of left overs for weekly lunch. It's part of the healthy eating plan I'm on..

    2 L vegetable stock
    4 tomatoes
    3 tbs tomato paste
    1 stick celery
    1 zucchini
    400g can cannellini beans
    400g can red kidney beans
    2 carrots
    2 onions
    1 red capsicum
    1/2 cup pasta

    I put some dried Italian herbs but can't remember how much

    Salt pepper to taste
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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Add the miso paste right at the end and don't let it boil. That's the proper way.
    I don't let it boil. When I was looking at different recipes most I found never said when to add the miso so I just threw it all in together. I've never had complaints about the flavour so I'm guessing what might be "proper" to some is just "different" to others.


 

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