has anyone ever made a mousse with soup?

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  1. 10stonesize10

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    Is it any good ?
    just an idea I had.
     
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    Never heard of anyone doing it:confused:

    Could work with the tomato:rolleyes:

    This is the first thought that springs to mind...
     
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    sumayyah please try again

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    think ill stick with my choc mint mousse
     
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    nuff said ...
     
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    My CDC gave me a recipe leaflet. Three suggestions for using mousse with soup:-

    Chicken Stuffing: Mix to a thick paste, cook in microwave for 10 seconds at a time to the dryness you like.

    Pate: Mix half a scoop of Mix-a-Mousse into half a pack of soup. Give a good shke. Mix with hot water and put in freezer to set. This takes a few hours.

    Crisps: With other half of soup mix, mix into a smooth paste, spread on a plate, microwave for 1.5 - 2 minutes, when it starts to bubble open and let settle for a second. Repeat until golden brown, then let it cool, peel off and enjoy.
    PLEASE NOTE: I HAVE NOT TRIED THESE AND PERSONALLY WOULD NOT WISH TO :)
     
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    yes doesn't seound too nice to be honest but you could always try it:)
     
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    No BUT I have tried making it with cold coffee (left in freezer till crystally) with the toffee and walnut and the butterscotch - I thought id was delish!!:eek:
     
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    I quite like the pate idea now I've read it. Mmmm....
     
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    I was asking a couple of weeks ago if someone would be a guinea pig for the pate but I didn't get any offers! lol.
    Let us know if you give it a try.
     
  11. fingers crossed

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    Not a soups person but I had been wondering if anyone had made crisps with shakes?! I've never been very conventional ,maybe I should just try it myself.
     
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    I have. They taste Ok. (crisps out of shakes)
     
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