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!
Quick and easy dish. Best not to have before a date. If serving to guests you need to impress do be aware that someone may need to be on parsley stuck between teeth duty.
This is more or less the recipe from Elisabeth Luard’s Cooking of Sp
A quick and simple starter - had this in a pub in Hartfield
by Rhona Keay
Often I'll have odds and ends in the fridge and the recipe for this Soup came from a moment in time when there wasn't much left but the follow.
From a cookbook my husband & I got as a wedding present from his Swedish aunt & cousin
A typical recipe from BF's Grandma, no measurements! I had fun making it up as I went along!
This is a soup I made up yesterday with vegetables that were lurking in the fridge. Any adaptation goes! I used Marigold swiss vegetable bouillon. You can, of course, make your own vegetable stock. I find that when I use the powder bouillon I don't
A wonderfully warming and filling soup. Takes quite a while to make but makes a lot and freezes well.
This is great as a starter (but only serve one half) or great as a light lunch
This soup is one of my mother's, however, I have changed it a little due to being a vegetarian - my mother adds chicken and bacon in hers.
This soup is a wonderful starter or a small meal when you come in from the freezing winter cold.
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