Soups | Vegetarian

Broccoli, Cavolo Nero and Spinach Soup

This  simple but very delicious soup is perfect for a Monday when you feel like you’ve over indulged at the weekend and need a healthy bowl of goodness to make you feel better and nourish your body. Broccoli, cavolo nero and spinach – a very good combination, but other greens would work well too. My […]

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Fish and Seafood | Soups

Miso Soup with Prawns and Pak Choi

It only takes 15 minutes to make miso soup – quicker than you would think! This week, I have already made this soup three times (and it’s only Thursday)… A while ago I heard about miso, which is a traditional Japanese seasoning produced by fermenting soya beans and sometimes rice, barley and other ingredients. A […]

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Parsnip and Butter Bean Soup

Soup is not usually a first choice in summer unless there’s a bit of a cold snap.  Sometimes you might want to pull out the woolly socks in the middle of summer … then this soup might be just what you need. But usually, I prefer this soup in autumn or winter when it’s cold and miserable outdoors and […]

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Fish and Seafood | Soups

Salmon and Prawn Chowder

Salmon and prawn chowder – another favourite in our family, especially my husband’s 🙂 It’s really tasty and filling. After a big bowl of this soup, a main course is not usually needed. There are a variety of options for this soup. You can use smoked haddock instead of the salmon or use another favourite fish.  Prawns could be completely omitted. It is […]

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Butternut Squash Soup

  This is another of my family’s favourite soups (especially my daughter’s).  I always make more than usual because I know that at least one person will want a second bowl.  The soup is good for freezing and is a great option when you’re after some nourishment in a hurry.   Serves 4 2 tablespoons of coconut oil 500 […]

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Sweet Potato and Kale Soup

In the past I couldn’t imagine soup without potatoes. Maybe it’s the Lithuanian tradition or I inherited it from my mother, who can not survive a single day without potatoes …  However, nowadays I rarely use ordinary potatoes for my soups. There is now such a large choice of vegetables, so I want to try and  experiment with different options. […]

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