Ribollita

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

Ribollita is an Italian soup that was traditionally seen as peasant food. The great thing about this soup is that it makes an ideal base for any additional ingredients that you might want to add. Think of it as an opportunity to give a last moment of glory to any miserable veggies left at the bottom of your fridge! I keep leftover Parmesan rinds in my freezer, which I add to sauces and soups like this to give a unique rich flavour. Add a couple while the soup is simmering and simply fish them out before serving.

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From: MasterChef Ireland

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From: MasterChef Ireland

Served with plaintains and pomegranate and avocado garnish

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From: MasterChef Ireland

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From: MasterChef Ireland

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From: Martin & Paul's Surf 'n' Turf

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Roasted Squash, Coconut and Chilli Soup

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

Roasted squash produces wonderful soups with a velvety consistency when blitzed smooth. The addition of coconut milk adds a creamy and exotic flavour, but if you don’t want to use it, you could replace with vegetable stock. This is a warming soup, ideal in autumn and winter. Serves between four and six people.

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A delicious and healthy soup from Rozanne Stevens

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Simple, tasty, figure friendly, family favourite, lunchbox filler, freezes well - this recipe from Rozanne Stevens ticks all the boxes.

Speedy chicken noodle soup

From: Rachel Allen: Easy Meals

A real marrying of international flavours




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