“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” Virginia Woolf

Soups

The food promise: a heart on a spoon

Soups can be incredibly satisfying and nutritious, while remaining relatively low in calories. Most of the soups we eat are quick to prepare, with multiple ingredients for a balanced meal. We often make a big pot of soup and then eat it with different combinations of other foods, for example:

  • adding garnishes like cheese, salsas or prawns
  • accompanied by toasted sandwiches or pies
  • accompanied by roast chicken legs
  • accompanied by salads
Blending carrots for soup Thick pumpkin soup A thick chowder

Images above AttributionNoncommercial by sweetbeetandgreenbean

Our soup vocabulary currently contains:

  • minestrone
  • creamed vegetable soups and chowders
  • spicy tomato
  • chicken broths with Asian flavours

If you want to make healthy soups, you might like the following posts!

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