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    Talking Roasted Pepper Soup

    This is my dad's recipe for my favourite roasted pepper soup with a few tweaks to make it low-fat! It's really easy to make and so tasty.

    3 Peppers (any colour)
    1 large onion or leek (chopped)
    400g tin chopped tomatoes
    Garlic Granules (or garlic cloves, whatever you prefer)
    Dry mixed herbs
    1 pint vegetable stock
    Fry Light Sunflower Oil Cooking Spray

    Serves 4 and is about 80 calories a portion! (I tend to use a lot of the cooking spray though)

    Chop the peppers and put them in a baking dish, spray on some fry light and sprinkle with mixed herbs and garlic granules (or put in some cloves of garlic.) Place under a high grill for about 20 minutes, or in a high oven (about 200C) for 45-50 mins until they are soft and have slightly charred skin. Then fry the onion or leek in some more cooking spray until soft. Add the tin of tomatoes, stock and roasted peppers, removing the charred skin if you prefer (though I like the taste.) Also, if you used garlic cloves, remove the skin first! Then, blitz with a hand blender until you have removed all the lumps, heat and enjoy!

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    this is super old but just what ive been looking for to use up the peppers in the fridge! thank you, cant wait to try it





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