Deliciously nutritious recipes for satisfying homemade soups
During the warmer months I’ll always make sure to have salads for my lunch as much as possible, but when those colder months hit I find myself craving warmer lunches as well so I make myself a nice homemade soup every Sunday evening, so I can enjoy some nice soup at work at the start of the week.
So far I’ve made butternut squash & carrot soup, roasted tomato soup, white asparagus soup, cauliflower soup and broccoli soup, all with similar techniques and all quite basic (no matter how delicious they are). When I came across this Souped Up book by Ryland, Peeters and Small I was absolutely delighted as I knew it would help me expand my range of soups so I ordered it right away.
The book is filled with some really interesting soups that I’ve never tried before but look and sound delicious! I’m really looking forward to trying the Squash, Chickpea & Chorizo, Mushroom soup with garlic croutons, Dashi Broth and many more. There’s over 60 recipes in the book, with chapters being: Basic stocks, smooth soups, light soups, hearty soups and luxurious soups so there’s for sure something for everyone in this book. It also doesn’t stick to European soups but ventures into the world with Thai soups, Moroccan soups and so on.
Simple to make, easy to serve and full of flavor possibilities, soup is a great way to eat any time of the day, from a light lunch to a satisfying supper.
Lighter recipes include fresh ideas from Green Tomato & Sorrel Broth to Thai Gazpacho. Healthy while heartier recipes include Squash, Chickpea, & Chorizo and Spiced Lentil Dhal. Finally, luxurious soups provide a hug in a bowl, from a rich Goulash to a creamy Broccoli and Stilton, the recipe to satisfy even the largest of appetites is here.
Hardcover: 144 pages
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small (11 Sept. 2018)
Product Dimensions: 17 x 1.8 x 21 cm
You can buy this book on Amazon UK or on the Ryland Peeters & Small website