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#1011 Mon 02 Jan 12 3:08am

ANN

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Re: Soup's on!!

Frizz,  I am going to deal with our ham bone tomorrow and make some bean soup.   smile

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#1012 Mon 02 Jan 12 4:12am

angedoon

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Re: Soup's on!!

Hello all,

Does anyone have a cream of veg and pancetta soup (beginner proof) recipe??  Any suggestions would be great!!!
Cheers
Ange. help

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#1013 Mon 02 Jan 12 4:45am

frizz1974

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Re: Soup's on!!

Ann - I put loads of celery, carrot & onion, plus some red pepper into the slowcooker with the bone.

After 6 hours I added soaked white beans & green split peas..

Soon I will remove the bone & strip the meat from it to be added back in..

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#1014 Mon 02 Jan 12 5:34pm

Kye

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Re: Soup's on!!

angedoon wrote:

Hello all,

Does anyone have a cream of veg and pancetta soup (beginner proof) recipe??  Any suggestions would be great!!!
Cheers
Ange. help

Hello
http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/brocc … mint_90116

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#1015 Tue 03 Jan 12 5:35am

angedoon

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Re: Soup's on!!

Thanks!!! clap

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#1016 Sat 28 Jan 12 5:10pm

ANN

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From North Carolina
Member since Thu 15 Jul 04

Re: Soup's on!!

frizz1974 wrote:

Ann - I put loads of celery, carrot & onion, plus some red pepper into the slowcooker with the bone.

After 6 hours I added soaked white beans & green split peas..

Soon I will remove the bone & strip the meat from it to be added back in..

Frizz,  That sounds so delicious!!!  I just soaked my lima beans (butter beans) for about 6 hours and then added onion, pepper, tad of salt,  and the ham bone.  It still had lots of ham shavings hanging on.  It made such a good soup.  I ate every drop.   smile

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#1017 Sat 28 Jan 12 9:51pm

frizz1974

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Re: Soup's on!!

Good isnt it? I love beans.

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#1018 Sat 28 Jan 12 11:18pm

mommyof2nc

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Re: Soup's on!!

Just made a big pot of chicken stock this morning - think I'll make tortilla soup with some of it.

That French onion soup looks great, too, but don't have any beef stock in the freezer.  hmm

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#1019 Mon 06 Feb 12 11:59am

nomis5

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Re: Soup's on!!

My favourite soup is leek and potato every time - so simple delicious and warming!

Here's a page with over 50 soup recipes on it, all with pictures which is a great help in deciding which to cook. http://www.cookuk.co.uk/soup-recipes.htm
big_smile

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#1020 Tue 07 Feb 12 9:52am

oliviascotland

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Re: Soup's on!!

My favourite soup at the moment is a spinach and coconut soup - very easy to make, too!  Melt a knob of butter in a deep pan, add a chopped onion, a couple of cloves of chopped garlic, and cook for 5 minutes, then add 500g spinach, a pint of chicken stock, salt, and pepper, and simmer for 2 - 3 minutes.  Add a can of coconut milk (full fat one is best), bring back to the boil whilst stirring, then remove from the heat and blitz until smooth.  Taste, adjust seasoning and serve  dribble

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