Soup Advice

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  1. AndieG

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    I've just made carrot & coriander soup using one of those ready prepared packs from Asda - so easy & yummy!!

    Anyway I'm currently making potato & leek soup using another ready prepared pack. I'm wanting to make it creamy tasting & have 0% Greek yogurt or Asda GFY natural fromage frais in the fridge - which should I use & also can I then freeze it as I'm wanting to take it to work for lunches.

    Thank you in advance :)
     
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    Anyone, just about to blend up the soup now!!
     
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    Some skimmed milk. That's what I use. The recipes alwas use milk for leek and potato.
     
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    I find that yogurt and fromage frais curdles in soups when I reheat. So I use a couple of tbsp light evaporated milk instead. Its almost like using cream! Only 1.5 syns for 2 tbsp
     
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    Thanks girls, I've blended it & had a taste & actually tastes lovely so I think I'll leave it as it is x
     
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