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Frozen Veg Soup

Published by Si Bax

quick and easy veg soup

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Ingredients

  • 1 bag of mixed frozen veg
  • 2 tins chopped tomatoes
  • Basil
  • Tomato Puree
  • Garlic Puree
  • 3 Veg Stock Cubes
  • Ketchup
  • 1 onion
  • salt
  • pepper
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Water

Method

First chop the onion into eights, they don’t need to be equal as they will be blended later. Empty the frozen veg into a stock pot, or just a massive pan and add all the ingredients in with it. With the puree, Worcestershire Sauce, and ketchup, you only need a bit so only a squirt of each will do. Sprinkle about a half a hand full of basil in and season with the salt and pepper. You may want to crumble in the stock cubes but it doesn’t really make any difference. Once all the ingredients are in, cover with water until there is about 5cm of water above the ingredients. Put on a stove and heat on a medium temperature for about an hour-hour and half. After this time blend the soup together using a hand held blender, or you can use a normal blender. Your soup is now done. You can add cream if you like or eat it like that. It will last for about 2 days on the stove and then another 2 days in the fridge.

Comments

  • Jay 1 year ago

    I followed this recipe to the letter and it was delicious, thank you. Very simple to make too, as well as being low calorie.

  • RABASS 4 years ago

    Hello:
    great recipe. I just cook it with some changes, i did not put the worcester sauce, cream, stock, basil, tomato puree and ketchup.
    instead of using garlic puree i used garlic powder and dry mixed herbs.
    its amazing and cheap, add some bread and butter and ideal for lunch and supper.
    my colleage called it colon cleanser so make sure you got paper in the loo

  • Fish 6 years ago

    How many portions do you get from one bag of veg?

  • a 8 years ago

    Argos sell blenders for a fiver, im sure you can scrape that together.

  • t 10 years ago

    what if you dont have a blender.. this is meant to be for poor students remember!

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