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Creamy Potato Celeriac Soup

Ever tasted something and though, ‘wow, I have to have that again!’? This soup was one of those items for us. A friend of ours made it, based on recipes she grew up with in Poland. It’s a thick, creamy soup, served with fried onions, roasted diced potatoes and celeriac on top, and a sprinkling of finely chopped chives. Continue reading

Roast Capsicum and Tomato Soup

Delicious, slightly curried roast capsicum & tomato soup. Hearty flavours and great colour.

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Made by kids for kids @ Youth Space, Palmerston North

Roast Capsicum & Tomato Soup with Oat Crackers and Sprouted Chickpea Hummus

Roast Capsicum & Tomato Soup with Oat Crackers and Sprouted Chickpea Hummus

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Roasted Cauliflower and Parsnip Soup

Greetings 🙂 The last couple of weeks we have been very busy kicking off our Wednesday afternoon cooking workshops at Youth Space in Palmerston North. What great fun, with around 10 – 12 teens cooking with us each Wednesday.

Today’s recipe is a thick and tasty roasted cauliflower and parsnip soup garnished with fresh thyme. Continue reading

Beetroot and Carrot Soup with Fresh Herb Drizzle

Wow – this soup tastes as interesting as it looks – but it’s so yummy. The balance of acidity and natural sweetness combined with the rich, hearty flavours and body of the chickpeas make it a favourite.

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Vegan Creamy Celery Soup

Here is a creamy and delicious vegan take on celery soup. The flavours are subtle but well balnanced. Creaminess comes from potato and soy cream – you could also use some cashew topping instead of the soy cream. Continue reading

Vegan Potato & Leek Soup

An all-time winter favourite made creamy with cashews. Quick and easy to make, hearty and delicious. Great served with polenta wedges for a naturally gluten free option. Continue reading

Lentil Mushroom Broth

As the temperature falls (and the leaves do too!) soups seem to be just the thing… this one is really tasty featuring mushrooms and lentils – you can use brown or green lentils, we used a combination of the two. Really easy to make, it is like a flavourful homemade mushroom soup stock, cooked lentils and seared mushrooms added at the plating stage. You can add something creamy if you like (e.g. soy cream, coconut cream, cashew cream) or just enjoy as is with some great chewy bread. I made it yesterday for our kindergarten and they ate it up with great gusto, accompanied with avocado on sourdough rye toast. The little girl next to me asked, “more mushrooms please” each time she emptied her little soup bowl. Continue reading

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