Zero point soup!

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    Just made two lots of my 'free soup' ready for the next two days! Now it's made I'll have to have it, I never look forward to it but usually enjoy it when I eat it! Oh the things we do!!!
    If anyone has any suggestions for no point soup I'd be very grateful.
    I've just made butternut squash, red pepper and onion soup :)
     
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    I usually get one of those stew packs you can get and whack it all in a pan with some veggie stock. Works a treat and really simple. In fact, I'm going to make some tomorrow!
     
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    Jem, how do you make you butternut squash one?

    I normally make a chunky mexican veg soup... Recipe is:

    1 onion, diced
    1 large courgette, cubed
    1 small pack sugar snap peas, cut into bitesized pieces
    1 red or green pepper diced
    2 red or green chillis, de-seeded and chopped
    1 clove garlic, crushed
    1 pint veg stock
    1 tin chopped tomatoes
    1 teaspoon cumin
    1 teaspoon oregano
    1 lime

    Bung it all in a pan together, except for the lime, cook for about 15 mins or until vege's are at a texture you like, squeeze in the lime juice and serve! The above makes up about 4-5 portions of soup and it can be frozen. Very filling, especially if you toast a tortilla wrap and serve that with it.
     
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    Roast the squash first and the peppers with a little balsamic vinegar and spray oil ... Makes a nice change :)
     
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