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Carrot Soup

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Serves 6

An easy, yet very tasty soup to make. Even if you dont like carrots, you will love this

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  • 2 large potatoes, peeled and chopped
  • 1 large onion, quartered
  • 4 very large carrots
  • Chicken stock
  • Seasoning


    Add all the ingredients to a stock pot and cover by about 2 inches with the chicken stock. Cook until the potatoes and carrots are soft and puree in a blender or food processor. Serve with lots of freshly ground black pepper, spoon of creme fraiche and some crusty bread.

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2nd Aug, 2019
Very pleased with this simple recipe. I added some tomatoes which needed using up but I removed the skins and the onion was treated to a wee sweat in a drizzle of rape seed oil before I added the other ingredients. Very creamy. Thanks.
30th Jan, 2012
loved this recipe as it was quick, easy, full of flavour and as im following the slimming world diet it is totally free xx
21st Nov, 2010
Brilliantly simple!
18th Sep, 2009
This is a great simple recipe and really helpful for people who are new to making soups. I made this and added a heaped teaspoon of curry powder and a sprinkle of thyme and it was lovely.
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