I made Vegetable soup yesterday

warmest May on record … say the climate change experts.

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Well done with the soup @Bretrick

Personally I’d have drawn the line:

2 Large Onions
1 Green Capsicum
2 Large Celery Stalks

Saute above for 20 minutes in Olive Oil

Add 1 Litre Vegetable Stock
1 cup dried split peas - pre soaked

Simmer further 20 minutes

after that. I like it simple.

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Winter here now in Australia. Perth is finally receiving some decent rain.

Rather tasty. It does freeze well.
I will consume all of it this week.
4 litres, 8 serves. Work lunch.

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I added the broccoli and cabbage to assist with my Diabetes.

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All good nourishing stuff, just thinking I would have done another dish, maybe par boiled greens with cheese sauce. :icon_cool:

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Cheese sauce? Oh I’m sorry, no…couldn’t possibly :nauseated_face:

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Parsley sauce???

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Hmm, it takes some persuading. Not really a saucy person… :laughing:

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the sauciest

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I make my own sauce…I don’t like it ready made. Fresh natural sauce is the best, not cheesy…

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It’s the only way I know.

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Angry (arrabiata) sauce :drooling_face: :tomato::hot_pepper::hot_pepper::hot_pepper::radioactive:

chilli to boot

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Exactly! :+1:

Any for export to uk ? Sounds very tasty

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I have two serves left, so not this time round.
Next batch will be made on Sunday.
I will add one cup of chopped raw cashew nuts.
You will need to pick up from here. Too expensive to send to Merseyside :grinning:

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I have two serves left, so not this time round.
Next batch will be made on Sunday.
I will add one cup of chopped raw cashew nuts.
You will need to pick up from here. Too expensive to send

Mmmmm let me check bank balance b4 I commit

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Time for another batch of soup.
Same recipe because it was scrumptious.
With half a cauliflower added.