Starters are an important part of any meal as they set the scene for the culinary delights to come, and get the appetite going! You've submitted some real corkers - all well worth a look!
This is a lovely warm soup which I make with the leftovers from carving pumpkins. It is tasty and low fat! I have this on cold days with a seeded roll for lunch.
This quantity will make 4-6 portions.
by sam from worthing
by Helen Bunker
This is an adaptation of a recipe from the Divertimenti cookbook which I used when I had surplus vegi box vegetables rattling around. The original recipe uses parsnips, carrots and tomatoes but set out below is what I made and can be adapted to suit
by Mustard Comms
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- A lovely warming Autumn soup, very easy to make.
- You can adjust the spices to your liking if you don't like it to spicy add less or if you liike a big spice kick you cou
Serves 6 - 8 Soups are very welcome most of the year, but this one will put a warm smile inside and out with its bright colour and thick texture. It can be blended to a puree or as we like it, half blended and half mashed.
I had this soup at a one day Philip Dixon Cookery School at Fawsley Hall, near Daventry... A lovely place to go to be pampered and for lunch afterwards if ever you're in the area. The chef gave us the recipe. He was a lovely man.
A quick and easy starter and a good way of getting oily fish into your diet.
This nutritious soup uses split red lentils and carrots as the two main ingredients and includes a selection of spices to give it a kick. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION Calories 173 Sugars 11g Protein.9g Fat 5g Carbohydrate.24g Saturates .1g
An easy starter using store cupboard ingredients. The ingredients look a little odd at first glance, but taste great together and it's just so quick to make.
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