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Marrow Soup

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Serves 6

Tastey , good for kids , you can use as a starter or as a main course.

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Ingredients

  • 2 Kilos marrows
  • 2 carrots
  • 2 potatoes
  • 2 onions
  • few lettuce leaves if you wish
  • 2 chicken stock cubes
  • 1/2 tsp mild curry
  • 2l water

Method

    1. Peel and wash all the vegetables . Cut the ends of the marrows.
    2. Quarter all the vegetables and put in a pot.Add the chicken cubes , curry and water.
    3. Put on cooker and leave it on high flame until it boils then simmer until all the vegetables are tender.
    4. Liquidize the soup in a liquidizer or hand blender .You can garnish with Crotons .

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pmd123's picture
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I did de-seed my marrow. but wow, the lot has been demolished by the kids and wife. Very succesful

jackieperry's picture
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Great soup, easy to make and good for using up marrows from the allotment.

misstickle's picture

This was lovely worth making

voodoo333's picture

Great soup!I have add a little more curry and carrots.My 3 years old love it!

carolynjill's picture
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Lovely. My nine year old son made this with his home-grown marrow (and some help). We fried the onion first and used a little more curry powder. It tasted great and all the children ate it happily.

yvonnewallace's picture

I was given a huge homegrown marrow by a friend & didn't know what to make with it. This recipe is really nice. Can freeze it too.

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