This is really a French recipe but it is from ” Rhodes Around Britain” by Gary Rhodes. It should be served with Garlic Toasts with Rouille. To make the garlic toast cut a french stick into 1 cm slices and spread with some garlic butter. Toast the slices then top with Rouille.
A rich creamy Scottish soup for a cold night from the excellent ” Lobster &Chips ” by Trish Hilferty.
Another soup from Angela Hartnett.
A recipe from Angela Hartnett.
A recipe from Diana Henry- you can replace the prawns with cooked chicken or salmon if you like, and add noodles to the soup at the same time as the prawns for a more substantial soup.
A recipe from Sally Butcher which i found in ” Soup for Syria”. If you ever find yourself visiting Peckham in south London then Sally has a little shop and vegetarian cafe which i highly recommend visiting.
A favourite from ” Leon: Naturally Fast Food” by Henry Dimbleby and John Vincent.
An easy, low cost and delicious soup from Claire Thomson’s ” Home Cookery Year”.
An Ethiopian recipe from Thomasina Miers.
A hot and sour prawn soup from Thailand. This easy version is from “Nigella Bites” by Nigella Lawson.
Another version of a soup made with Cauliflower and cheese, this time from Diana Henry.
A seasonal recipe from ” The Abel and Cole Cookbook” which also works well with other varieties of winter squash.
Another simple crab soup from the Caribbean which i found in ” Soup” by Nick Sandler and Johnny Acton.
This version of Crab Soup is from Barbados and can be found in ” Caribbean Cooking ” by Elizabeth Lambert Ortiz.
Diana Henry’s version of a soup from Trout Point Lodge in Nova Scotia which combines the Cajun flavours found in New Orleans with local ingredients.