A spicy, nutritious and tasty soup from ” A Flash in the Pan ” by John Whaite.
A variation on this traditional Scottish recipe from Georgina Hayden .
A simple but classic Mushroom Soup from New Covent Garden ” Book of Soups”.
A restorative chicken broth, also known as ” Jewish Penicillin” from the New Covent Garden ” Book of Soups”. It is also traditionally eaten on Shabbat. It’s even better the day after you make it and it freezes well. You can also use a chicken carcass to make the soup.
A simple and fresh tasting soup from the New Covent Garden ” Book of Soups”.
Another long standing favourite from the New Covent Garden ” Book of Soups”
Another version of a favourite soup from the New Covent Garden ” Book of Soups”.
A spicy, fragrant and comforting soup from ” The Modern Vegetarian” by Maria Elia. For a change, you can garnish with crumbled feta and crispy onions as an alternative to the yoghurt.
A simple and nutritious soup from ” Two Kitchens” by Rachel Roddy.
A rich soup with a nutty butter from Claire Thomson.
A really good soup from ” Ministry of Food” by Jamie Oliver. He recommends serving it with some crunchy croutons, fried with smoked streaky bacon, scattered over the top.
A warming and vibrant soup from Stephen Harris. Fry the vegetables just as long as the instructions say to retain colour and flavour.
Another very good soup for those chilly nights from Nigel Slater’s ” Greenfeast: autumn, winter”.
A seasonal recipe from ” Greenfeast: Autumn, Winter” by Nigel Slater. Great for using up those leftovers from the Festive season.
A creamy soup with Middle Eastern seasonings from John Gregory- Smith