5 Soups I'm Going to Make Soon


As we move into Autumn, I start thinking about soup. One of my favourite meals, I like my soups to be filling meals-in-a-bowl. Here are five delicious looking recipes I have my eye on:
 

1. Fennel & Pear Soup

 
The Lucillian Delights blog is a treasure trove of simple recipes, including some cracking soups. I've made Ilva's White Bean, Rosemary and Fennel Soup on many occasions and recently spotted this interesting sounding Fennel and Pear Soup recipe.
 

2. Watercress & Almond Soup

 
I'm a big fan of watercress soup. When I've cooked it in the past though I've always added one or two potatoes, to thicken the mixture. So I'm intrigued by this recipe from Mulberry and Pomegranate, which uses cornflower, milk and ground almonds to make a thicker soup. Lovely idea and I'm keen to try it out.
 

3. Caramelised Cauliflower Soup

 
Roasting cauliflower in the oven is, in my opinion, one of the best ways to use this vegetable. And I love Sprouted Kitchen's idea of turning that roasted and caramelised cauliflower into a soup. Even better it's made with fresh thyme and topped with toasted hazelnuts for extra delicious-ness.
 

4. Sweet Potato, Lime & Ginger Soup

 
This lovely recipe on Hushblog was pointed out to me by Sophie from Mostly Eating. It's an easy recipe where sweet potato is coupled with fresh ginger and finished with a squeeze of lime. Sophie recommends increasing the ginger and dropping the creme fraiche - which sounds like a great idea.
 

5. Roast Onion Soup

 
Trawling back through some old bookmarks I was reminded about this Roast Onion Soup recipe from Lucy of Nourish Me.  Unlike the class French onion soup, this one is sparked up with kaffir lime leaves, ginger, chilli and some coconut milk. Absolutely lovely idea.
 

What's your favourite soup?

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