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6 soups that are perfect winter warmers

 
 

What better way to banish the winter blues than with a hearty soup? Here are some of our favourites to warm your taste buds when the mercury drops…

Leek and potato

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This soup needs little introduction when it comes to classic winter fayre. An ancient superfood, leeks are packed full of important vitamins making them ideal for boosting your immune system during the cold winter months. The creaminess of the soup makes it a winner with the whole family, and if you serve it cold it becomes the traditional French soup, Vichyssoise.

Chorizo and cannellini

A surprisingly simple soup to create despite the variety of flavours, this is a real warmer and will definitely fill you up. The spiciness of the chorizo complements the smoothness of the beans and the tang of the tomatoes. Serve with some crusty bread and grate over some Manchego cheese for an extra touch of Iberian authenticity.

Pumpkin

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Pumpkins are for winter, not just for Halloween! An easy pumpkin soup is super simple to prepare and makes a great starter for a winter dinner party, doubling up as both light and hearty at the same time. Sprinkle over some pumpkin seeds and add in a swirl of crème fraiche for extra creaminess.

Bacon and cabbage

A traditional Irish recipe, bacon and cabbage soup remains a popular meal on the Emerald Isle and it’s clear to see why. The cabbage and potato make this a healthier option, while the salty bacon adds some bite. Swap in some smoked bacon for an extra flavour kick and serve with traditional Irish soda bread.

Carrot and ginger

If you’re feeling under the weather, then there’s few soups around that will make you feel better than carrot and ginger soup. As well as tasting great, the carrots are packed with vitamins and potassium, while the ginger will help you sweat out toxins from your body — ideal if you’re suffering from a cold or flu. 

Roasted cauliflower and turmeric

Do you still think of cauliflower as being either soggy or covered in cheese? Well, think again. Roasted cauliflower is nutty and delicious, and this soup really showcases its flavour. The turmeric adds just the right amount of warming zing and will leave both you and any guests wanting a second helping. Crumble over some roasted cauliflower as a garnish and serve with a rustic farmhouse loaf. Mmmm.

 

 

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