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Category Archives: Soups
I’d been meaning to post this up for a while, but following a request on Instagram from @goodoldboney (“Where can I find a recipe for this badboy?”) I was encouraged to get on and do it. Thank you Mr Boney, … Continue reading
For Magali. I know I promised. At last here’s the recipe…. Beetroot, Coconut, Orange and Pomegranate Soup
Beetroot and Cherry Tomato Harrissa Broth with Paneer and Ricotta dumplings A rich yet light soup that feels like it’s doing you good….
Last week I picked some Wild Garlic leaves, (see post) in an urban wood and I promised to make some dumplings with them. Here they are. Use regular garlic if you like. I made a fresh pork stock, (recipe to … Continue reading
I like chowder, and I do a mean one with smoked haddock and leeks, with herring roe spooned on top. But I had mushrooms, cabbage, peas and bacon to use up. So here it is. A filling delicious soup, that … Continue reading
More than a mere soup. This is a main meal. It’s rich, it’s filling, it’s gorgeous. Oh yes and it’s easy…. Lou asked if tofu would work in this for a vegetarian option? Sure does, add it in place of … Continue reading
I had it again and this time I stirred in 75 ml whipping cream into each portion, added some freshly boiled eggs to the top with the crushed cashews. A rich, sweet and filling and a brilliant vegetarian dish that … Continue reading
Delish. Now that’s a colour that sings to me on a winters day. With chicken…………………………………….and without chicken………… More beetroot in the veg box, so scrubbed them all and bunged them in the oven. Easy. Then made this simple curry.