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!
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.
This cures the worst of winter 'flus and sniffles, but you don't have to be ill to enjoy this!!
A lovely easy soup.
A different version of cheese on toast!! I use green olives....
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