Thursday, 12 February 2009

Vegetable soup.

This evening I decided to make some vegetable soup, which is very filling and tasty, and you can keep what you don't eat for several days in the fridge and just heat up when you feel like it.
Here is how I made my vegetable soup.

1. Peel and cut potatoes in squares and let boil.
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2. Add carrots
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3. Then add some pre-boiled green lentils to the soup after the potatoes and carrots have boiled for a little bit.
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4. Add some vegetable broth.
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5. Throw some bean sprouts in if you want.
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6. Fry garlic and onion and then add to soup.
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7. Add paprika.
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8. And voilá! I put some parsley on my soup too to make it look nicer.
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Delicious.

30 comments:

Raquel said...

yummy! so tasty! i want o eat that now!!
the weather is great yes, but the meteorologists are saying it will end next week. but it's so nice to have this sunshine, it was 2 months of raining and gloomy days something not normal for such a long time here, even in winter, with cold, we are used to have sun! but I can't wait for spring either.
I really hope your experience there is going great!
xx

Pretty Little Pictures said...

Yum, you are making me want soup now :)

Bianca said...

mmmmm that soup looks so yummy!!!
I like your blog a lot
i like your oxfords from a few posts down. very cute!

Jordan said...

aw you are so cute!
this recipe is still too complicated for me! haha

milk said...

That soup looks extra good!

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July Girl said...

Yummy! The soup looks delicious!

mesh and lace said...

wow, you make it seem so simple...hmmm, even i can make this!! you've inspired me to try my hand at veggie soup now!

-Amanda
http://meshandlace.typepad.com

Emily said...

Yum! I just had some vegetable soup last night. I like your recipe - I'm going to have to try it out next time :)

Dooder City said...

love it. i am so hungry right now..looking at this is making my stomach talk.

Britney said...

that looks so good!

beckylou said...

Oh thank you, I'm gonna try out that recepy this weekend!

regine. said...

an old boyfriends mum used to make soup just like that for us. except for the lentils.

sooo yummy.

ingvild e said...

looks good!

Mo said...

adorable ;-)

emily said...

it must be yummy :D :D

jukejka said...

looks yummy ;)

Amalie her said...

åh tusen takk :-D
koselig at du er innom bloggen min når du har så sykt bra blogg selv, den er så søt!

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Indie.Tea said...

So cozy and colorful looking. It sounds delicious :)

chaoskontrolowany said...

Yummy! So delicious... ;))

Couture Carrie said...

Great work and pics! Yum!

xoxox,
CC

Kay said...

Thank you! I was approached about modelling once before but I was 15 at the time so not surprisingly my mum said no. And the heritage originates a few generations ago so sadly I do not ): I think it's still fairly prominent aesthetically though.

What a great post! It looks quite simple to make but very tasty, I will have to try it some time.

Ester said...

lovely post! =)

She's Dressing Up said...

I really should learn how to be a better cook =]

yiqin; said...

My fave is veggie soup too! So great to see how you did it!

caiushia said...

mmm looks delicious! My mom often makes such soups and I really love them. (I'm crap at cooking myself, but someday I'll give it a try and follow your instructions exactly so that nothing bad should happen:D)

muchlove said...

This has seriously made me crave for soup!

David K said...

Will you feed me, blonde girl? :)

Demi said...

mmmm, that looks delicious!!

hope you are settling into your new house well dear and that your teaching work experience goes fabulous!

xx