This recipe is a bit of a bonus. I hadn't planned on sharing a new recipe today but was so excited about this one, I just had to try it. It comes courtesy of my friend Alison. We were at a party on Saturday night and started talking soup. I know, I know! We did … Continue reading Broccoli and Coconut Soup
I realise some people are slightly sceptical about beetroot soup. I was a bit of a latecomer to it too but I'm not really sure why - it's delicious. Perhaps it's because most of the beetroot I had as a child was pickled and it is the pickled variety that springs to mind whenever beetroot … Continue reading Roast Beetroot Soup
Such a quick and easy make, with pretty impressive results! I'm not sure I should really call this a recipe. It's really a tale of a solitary supermarket soup pack and some assembled bits and pieces I had in my kitchen. I do love a good shortcut, so occasionally turn to a soup pack when … Continue reading Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Soup: a super-pimped soup pack!
The weather is definitely more autumnal now which is great for soup lovers like me! I must confess that I look forward to Autumn every year, just because the food is so good. This is another recipe that was given to me by the Hospitality lecturers at Perth College UHI. Thank you! I was dying … Continue reading Spanish Style Three Bean Soup
My recipe for 'cheesy' cannellini bean soup came about on a very dull, miserable, wet day. I knew I needed to do some grocery shopping, but preferred the thought of staying put and catching up with some reading. I didn't even have enough fresh veg to make 'Fridge soup' but a quick look in my … Continue reading ‘Cheesy’ bean soup
It is still summer but the weather has cooled slightly so I thought a warm soup was in order. I plumped for this broccoli and almond recipe as it provides a perfect example of the way in which recipes evolve to become your own. We each take a recipe, make our own adaptations and pass … Continue reading Rosie’s Broccoli and Almond Soup (pass it on)
When I started my blog I asked some friends for their own soup recipe - either their absolute favourite or one that means something to them. Emilia from Food Notes (@FoodNotesGla) instantly came up trumps with this recipe for Bean Soup, a traditional Bulgarian soup served on Christmas Eve. Emilia explains more about this Bulgarian … Continue reading Emilia’s Bulgarian Bean Soup
Burns Night is coming up on the 25 January so I think it is time to share my recipe for Scotch Broth, a staple dish at many a Burns Supper. I realise this is one recipe that almost all Scots will have mastered but I do have blog followers from all around the world and … Continue reading Scotch Broth
My Asian style broth is an old favourite that I come back to year after year. I just realised that this has become a real January staple in my house. I assume that’s because it is full of fresh tastes and textures, low in fat, low in carbs and still has a lovely warmth to … Continue reading Asian style broth
My latest soup really isn’t much of a looker, I know. It lacks the pizazz of some of its more glamorous contemporaries but I’ve chosen to focus on cauliflower and broccoli soup just now for a few reasons. This is a good, basic recipe that is really easy to adapt and modify to your own … Continue reading Cauliflower and broccoli soup – as you like it!