Parsnip Soup for 10p a head.

I love a bargain, shoes, clothes, bags, they’re all good, but I must admit one of the bargain that excites me the most is food. I love rooting round the reduced food section of the shops and pulling out random items then concocting a hopefully delicious meal based around my beautiful bargains.

But what can you do if all that’s in the reduced section is a pile of worse for wear veggies? Do you pass those slightly sad specimens and ignore them? They may not be in their prime but if you take them home and use them quickly (on the day preferably) then you can knock up a scrummy meal for a cost saving price.

This week I picked up a couple of large bags of parsnips, reduced right down, so today we have made parsnip soup. Here’s what I did:

Parsnips peeled and chopped, put into a pan and cover with some stock (either a stock cube and water or homemade stock), simmer until parsnips are soft (10-15 mins). Then blitz with a blender until it’s smooth and creamy. I then added in come curry powder, black pepper and milk plus some grated nutmeg. And that’s it! I made enough soup for 6 people for about 60p.

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4 Responses to “Parsnip Soup for 10p a head.”

  1. 9 December, 2011 at 08:40 #

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    • 9 December, 2011 at 09:19 #

      Hi, thanks for asking yes the Dietitian UK facebook page is here.

  2. Rosemary
    30 November, 2012 at 12:22 #

    wow That is super easy gonna have to try this for sure xxx Rose

    • 30 November, 2012 at 15:46 #

      Very easy, all my soups are. Great for the winter cold!

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