This pea soup is quite different from most, because it uses fresh peas and is meant to be served chilled.
This recipe is good for the day or two after you cook up asparagus, because it makes a delicious soup out of what we normally cast away — the woody ends and trimmings that we normally break off and toss in the compost bin.
The curry taste really enhances the taste of the parsnip.
A gorgeous, full-flavoured soup.
Smoky bacon is really, really nice with this. You can also use ham.
Stock is the water that vegetables, meat, or seafood have been cooked in. The items are then removed, usually discarded. The savoury water remaining some of the flavour and nutrients from the items making it more than just water — it’s now “Stock.” Stock is used in sauces, soups, stews, and in many other things….
This soup will look beautiful with the contrast between the green of the spinach and the red of the pomegranate seeds sprinkled on top.
A complete meal, absolutely ideal for a winter’s evening, and it doesn’t take forever to get it to the table.
Ever feel like soup, and you have no broth or broth cubes to hand? Here is a quick and easy recipe that is perfect for those cold rainy days.
Don’t be daunted by the lack of measurements. If you want the same chicken soup every time, buy a tin.