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!
Today’s soup isn’t really a recipe but I thought it was worth sharing to show what can be achieved with leftovers. Actually, it’s a tale of things going wrong whilst using up leftovers and my subsequent determination to avoid food waste. I was making a batch of chili in an attempt to use up a … Continue reading Bean making the most of leftovers