Tag: soup

Chicken & sweetcorn soup

I know that Winter is almost over but in Sydney August can be the most brutal month, with biting winds and that last ditch cold that sees me in dire need of a warming bowl of something hearty and delicious. And what's better in the winter than a steaming bowl of soup? {Vegan wannabe Ana ...

Roast tomato soup

I know it's definitely not soup weather in November in Sydney, but as I attempted to clean up my photo backup files I realised that the whole past year was a chronicle of what I spent my days cooking in my cafe. In order to upload daily to Instagram and Facebook I tried to snap ...

French Onion Soup

Would you believe that I've had this sitting in drafts folder for SEVEN months? I'm not sure how or why but somehow I completely forgot all about posting this, but the upside is that I found it just in time for the start of the cooler weather. I've always loved onion soup, but ever since ...

Superhero Vegetable Soup

Have you ever seen an uglier dish? You know when a five year old comments that "you won't be blogging that", that presentation wise, there's not much hope for it. Thankfully, and the reason the recipe made it here, the taste is out-of-this-world good. So good that even after a whole raft of omg-how-awful-does-it-look comments, ...

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Gazpacho

With a bumper crop of tomatoes, cucumbers, and capsicum growing in the backyard and the mercury rising, this cold Spanish soup is the perfect meal. There is no cooking involved, actually no effort whatsoever, and the end result is a flavour and nutrient packed meal that is also very low on calories. And if you ...

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Leek & Potato Soup

As the Sydney winter starts to bite we find ourselves turning more and more to ย the comfort that can only be found in a deep bowl of steaming hot goodness. There are as many ideas for soups as there are vegetables available. This is one we enjoy every winter, and is my Husband's own recipe. ...

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Pho

Having driven my family crazy with myย obsession love of Thai food, I thought it was time to venture elsewhere into Asian cuisine. A rainy Sydney day recently gave me the perfect opportunity to make this delicious soup, which both my Husband and I love. I do think it's worth the (small) extra effort of roasting ...

Laksa

Back when I first shared this recipe I was really proud of trying something new that, for so many years, was completely off my taste radar. I had no idea that it would become such a popular and frequently made meal, possibly the go-to dish when we want something hearty and full of flavour. ย I ...

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