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0pt soup - How do you make yours?

I've noticed that quite a few of us are eating a lot of 0pt soup, so I just though it would be interesting to find out what people use to make theirs?

I just made the nicest one I've ever made! It was absolutely gorgeous!! OH won't usually even taste it when I make it (I don't think he's keen on the idea of homemade soup - I can see why, because I used to be the same - blended vegetables, eww, lol), he just had a mouthful of the one I made today and even he said it was "bloody lovely!" :D

Anyway, enough of my boasting about my beautiful soup :p

I made a big container of it (will do about 4 big bowl fulls) using 2 veg stock cubes, 5 carrots, 5 small red onions, half a butternut squash and LOADS of black pepper.

Yum yum yum yum yum!! Think I'll have some more later (I'm a bit stuffed after the big bowl I've just eaten, otherwise I'd be having some more now, heehee).

So, come on people, share your secrets....
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Living the Life
I make it for my Mother.

1 can tomatoes
1 large onion
2/3 carrots large
1/2 courgettes
1 vegetable stock cube.
Enough water to cover sat and pepper
Simmer until soft then blend. delish.

This makes a large saucepanful.

If I have not got courgettes I use swede.
I love 0points soup!

I use:-

carton of tomato passata
2 veg stock cubes.

When its cooked I split it and blend half then put the blended half back in the chunky bit.




finding my way again !
i buy a veg pack (some supermarkets call it winter warmer pack) & boil it all with a tin of chopped tomatoes, thats yummy, or i get the medeteranean vegetables from iceland & boil with a tin of tomatoes.
I fry lots of onions, carrots & celery in o point spray oil.
Add lots of water and 2 knorr chicken stock cubes (if you have not tried these, then you must, they are THE FUTURE!)
Cook until veg is all soft
Blitz and add lots of white pepper

A variation would be to add tinned tomatoes and coriander.

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