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  • fish chowder

    Fish chowder

    Fish chowder is a hearty and filling soup that will warm you up on a chilly winter evening. Smoked haddock is great source of B vitamins which play an important role in cell metabolism, making this fish chowder good for you as well as delicious. This tasty smoked fish is also a source of lean protein, which helps to keep you feeling fuller for longer. This simple soup only has a handful of ingredients but has such great flavour. To keep costs low, try buying frozen smoked haddock fillets (we love the ones from Iceland) to make this fish chowder, and simply defrost before cooking. Chowder is a creamy soup that is usually made with potatoes, and can come in seafood and vegetarian variations. This thick soup is particularly popular in North America, and the name is thought to originate from the French word Ďchaudroní, meaning cauldron, after the large pot it is made in. This rich and creamy fish chowder is a great way to get kids to eat more fish, as the haddock is broken up through the flavour-packed broth. Serve this fish chowder with some crusty bread for the ultimate simple supper.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Carrot and butternut squash soup

    This easy carrot and butternut squash soup recipe is perfect for the whole family. There are days when only soup will do, when you can have a soothing, veg-packed meal and dunk in hunks of bread slathered in butter. The great thing about soup is that, with just a few cheap ingredients, you can make up a big batch and keep it in the fridge or freezer. For this velvety squash soup recipe, youíll only need nine ingredients that are really cheap and easy to get from the supermarket. This simple sunshine bowl of soup will brighten up any grey day. This soup serves 6 people, so itís enough to feed your family and you can keep leftovers for lunch the next day. Packed with nutrients, this butternut squash soup is a healthy way to up your five-a-day and the best part is that itís also really quick to make. Making this butternut squash soup will only take 40 mins from scratch, but only 10 mins to prepare, so you can leave it to bubble away for half an hour while you carry on with your day. Leftovers can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 days and the rest can be frozen.

    • 3
    (232 ratings)
  • thai soup

    Thai soup with turkey and noodles

    Our Thai soup with turkey and noodles is a fantastic way to use a turkey carcass that you might have leftover after a big roast. Put it in with the coconut milk, 300ml of water and simmer for 20 minutes. This will develop the flavour and remove any small remaining pieces of turkey that are on the carcass. Strain and then continue with the recipe from step 2. This Thai soup will also work well with any left over chicken. You could make your own Thai red curry paste but with so many ready made options in the supermarkets, we wonít tell if you donít! One thing is for sure, once youíve made this Thai soup, a shop bought carton or tin will never do again. The coconut milk is rich and creamy and the Thai red curry paste provides just enough heat to warm you through without blowing you away with spice. Trust us, youíll make this again and again.

    • 5
    (5 ratings)
  • Pea soup recipe

    Pea soup

    Healthy and delicious, this pea soup recipe is nice and easy too. Learn how to make homemade soups with our cheap, quick and easy recipe. Everyone has a bag of frozen peas in their freezer, so why not use them to make this simple but tasty warming pea soup. The lovely green colour and minty flavour of this pea soup is so refreshing and it makes a great dinner party starter. If there is any left over itís also good in a flask for lunch the next day. This recipe serves 4-6 people and takes only 20 mins to prepare and cook.

    • 4
    (31 ratings)
  • Roast tomato soup with beans and basil

    Gordon Ramsay's spiced tomato and coconut soup

    Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has made this spiced tomato and coconut soup recipe, a wonderful version of a spicy South Indian tomato soup. Originally featured in his book accompanying the Channel 4 series, Gordon's Great Escape, this tomato and coconut soup is really tasty and easy to make infused with sweet tomatoes and warmed with a hint of ginger. We recommend using whole coconut milk rather than low-fat for the ultimate taste. Serve with a garnish of coriander leaves and toasted almonds. This recipe serves 4 people and will take 1hr to prepare and cook. This soup is best served on the day its made but leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Reheat thoroughly before serving.

    • 4
    (11 ratings)
  • Mushroom soup

    Mushroom soup is a really easy and simple soup recipe to make and can be on the table in under an hour. You can make this homemade mushroom soup recipe in just three steps. This creamy mushroom soup will take around 35 mins to prepare and cook and serves 2 people. Look out for value packs of mushrooms to use if you're planning to prepare this mushroom soup Ė they donít need to be perfect looking or all the same shape. Large open cup or brown cap mushrooms will give the best flavour, simply wipe with a damp piece of kitchen paper to remove any bits of earth before frying Ė there is no need to wash them. Double or triple the quantities if you're feeding more people with this creamy mushroom soup recipe. Leftovers can be frozen or stored in a sealed container in the fridge for up to 2 days. This mushroom soup recipe is also a healthy option for dinner or lunch, with plenty of vitamins and minerals that are great for your health like selenium and iron. Serve with thick slices of sourdough bread so you can dunk them in this tasty soup.

    • 4
    (226 ratings)
  • Broccoli and stilton soup recipe

    Broccoli and Stilton soup

    Broccoli and Stilton soup is a classic creamy soup that's just the perfect dish for a cold day. This classic vegetarian soup is a delicious winter warmer - and freezable too - making it ideal for storing away to use as a delicious lunch or dinner days when you're too tired to cook. This tasty Broccoli and stilton soup recipe works out at only 366 calories per serving, which for a rich and indulgently flavoured soup is pretty good we think! This broccoli and Stilton soup serves 4-5 people and will take only 35 mins in total to make, so itís a quick soup recipe too. If you're feeling really hungry, you can serve this broccoli and Stilton soup up with fresh crusty bread to help you fill up. And don't worry about anyone who finds Stilton a bit overpowering - paired with the creamy broccoli, this soup is mild and mellow, so even those who think they don't like blue cheese will absolutely love it. The two ingredients work really well together, so this a creamy soup that youíll want to make time and time again. If you love Stilton, feel free to crumble more in, but just be aware that you might up the calories if you do that. This delicious broccoli and Stilton soup can be made in well under an hour with this fab recipe that works just as well as a dinner party starter as it does as a stand alone meal!

    • 3
    (274 ratings)
  • Ham and pea soup

    Pea and ham soup

    Pea and ham soup is a delicious winter warmer that will definitely put a smile on your face on a cold day. We all know how easy it is to make pea soup, a mid-week staple that doesn't blow the shopping budget or the calorie counter. But sometimes our family can feel a little disheartened by a bowl of green soup, so we suggest adding a delicious ham hock (packaged supermarket ham works too) for this pea and ham soup. Especially if you have some cold cuts leftover from a Sunday lunch. This pea and ham soup recipe is easy to make, simple and perfect to store in tupperware for a light work lunch. This pea and ham soup recipe serves 4 people and will take only 20 mins to make. Leftovers of this pea and ham soup can be stored in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 2 days or you can freeze a portion or two in the freezer for up to 1 month. Make sure you defrost and reheat thoroughly before re-serving.

    • 3
    (31 ratings)
  • Tomato soup

    This classic tomato soup recipe is the perfect recipe to whip up on a cold winter's evening, for a starter at a dinner party or special occasion. This delicious tomato soup would also be ideal if you maybe just fancy a lighter dinner than usual but still want lots of nutrients. Packed with fresh tomatoes, this soup is great way to make sure you're getting your 5-a-day. Not only is this tomato soup recipe a quick soup recipe, it's healthy and filling too. The kids are guaranteed to love it too - who doesn't like a classic tomato soup? This healthy tomato soup is so easy to make that we dare say you'll never buy tinned tomato soup again. Unlike canned tomato soup, you know exactly what you're putting in to your soup, so it makes it a much healthier option. Top off with a dollop of creme fraiche, a sprinkle of black pepper and some garnish if you have any to hand. Serve with a chunk of warm fresh bread, to make it a more filling meal or just have it on its own.

    • 4
    (100 ratings)
  • leek and potato soup

    Leek and potato soup with peas

    Leek and potato soup is a classic recipe but we've given it a modern twist with the addition of sweet peas and a crunchy garnish of saffron leek rings. Our leek and potato soup with peas is perfect make ahead and take for packed lunches or to keep in the freezer for days when youíre short on time. Leek and potato is always delicious simply served with crusty bread and butter for dunking. This soup only takes 30 mins to cook and works out at only 134 calories per serving. It's great for making for a family as it serves a big group and if you wanted to freeze it, you can do so once it's chilled and simply reheat whenever you want to enjoy it.

    • 3
    (64 ratings)
  • Sweet potato, red onion and chilli soup

    A super easy soup to make, this hearty and healthy dish has a very distinctive flavor that your family will love. This sweet but savoury dish is packed with flavour and is a great alternative to simply roasting your sweet potatoes. Perfect for a winter evenings and an ideal dish to serve for fireworks night!

    • 3
    (135 ratings)
  • Pumpkin and Sweet Potato soup alpro

    Pumpkin soup

    Pumpkin soup is a warming, low-fat soup recipe that's perfect for Halloween and for Bonfire Night too served with breadstick 'broomsticks'. This pumpkin soup is so easy to make, serving 4 people. And the best part? This delicious pumpkin soup only takes 20 mins to prep. This thick and creamy soup is a great way for using up leftover pumpkin in the winter months. Infused with onion and garlic, this flavoured-packed soup is a real winner. Serve with a crusty white loaf or healthy seeded bread rolls and enjoy. This recipe shows you how to make breadstick 'broomsticks' too which are a great side when serving for Halloween - the kids will love them.

    • 3
    (105 ratings)

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