Another Autumnal day calls for the last of the fail-safe and easy soup recipes we use. This time it’s with carrot, orange, coriander, and ginger. The recipe name may sound as if the cooking will be a large production. It isn’t. Especially if you use cheats, as I often do!
It’s also yet another soup that can be suitable for vegans and those with gluten intolerance. Ensure the stocks used are suitable for you and you’re good to go. Continue reading “Easy Carrot, Orange, Coriander and Ginger Soup”
I’ve been craving a hearty and chunky vegetable stew for a couple of weeks now. Something ‘Autumnal’.
I don’t know about you, but Autumn is my favourite season. Yes, there are some downsides, such as:
- Being cold.
- Having increased heating bills.
- Not being able to dry our washing outdoors as fast as usual.
Yet, we can enjoy: Continue reading “Chunky Autumnal Vegetable Stew Slow Cooker Recipe”
On Sunday we had a lovely afternoon that didn’t cost us a penny. We’ve been foraging for food – picking blackberries!
Our car has been stuck in the local garage for over a fortnight now and won’t be coming home. (More on that disaster another time). Even being the hermit that I am, even I was getting a little cabin fever. Continue reading “Foraging For Food – Picking Blackberries”
Are you looking for an easy, homemade, vegan-friendly, frugal tomato soup? Well, you may have found it!
Credit must go to Mr.B for this recipe, which he created last week from a wonderful gift of tomatoes grown by my out-laws.
I’m a pretty good cook but unless it’s something I’ve made many times, then I have to follow a recipe. Mr.B, on the other hand, is a wizard at rustling up delicious meals out of what appears to be nothing in the kitchen (and I’m eternally grateful for this!). Continue reading “Easy Homemade Frugal Tomato Soup”
Wait! Don’t be put off by this recipe title! I know, I know, ‘lentil soup’, even with my strategic inclusion of the word ‘spicy’ (and don’t let that put you off either, as you don’t have to have it spicy) isn’t particularly appealing.
However, even my meat-loving husband gets excited when I serve this, which tells me all I need to know. This is one of the two soups that I make most often and we eat it as a main meal, either with sandwiches or yummy bakery bread.
It’s so quick and easy to make. Try it and let me know! Continue reading “Frugal And Healthy Spicy Lentil Soup”