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Apr 27th, 2016, 16:56 PM  
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Syn free recipes for soup?

Hi does anyone have any simple recipes for home made soups please?
I regularly make the SW tomato soup and am seeking inspiration.
Thanks x
Apr 28th, 2016, 05:10 AM  
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Location: Denmark
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Hi Jessie

There are quite a few soup recipes on the SW website (which you can access without logging in) http://www.slimmingworld.co.uk/healt...arch-term=soup

This is one of our favourites:

Chinese Chicken Noodle Soup


8 Chicken drumsticks skin removed. (if you don't like faffing about removing the meat once it's cooked you can pop in a chicken breast or two)
Bunch of Spring Onions (sliced)
2 carrots - finely sliced into sticks (if you can be bothered, otherwise just thin)
tub of mushrooms - diced
2 chicken stock cubes
2 tbsp Soy Sauce
1 tbsp Ginger
1 garlic clove - crushed
Pinch of 5 spice (optional)
Teaspoon of chilli powder or a fresh chilli or two depending on your taste - again optional.
Baby fresh sweetcorn
Dried noodles


1. Pop the chicken, stock cubes, around a litre of boiling water, 2 tbsp soy sauce (or however much you'd like) the ginger, garlic, 5 spice and chilli into a big pan. Set it simmering for around 15-20 minutes or until the chicken is cooked.
2. Remove the chicken from the liquid and shred it into little pieces.
3. Pop your chopped spring onions and finely diced carrot into the liquid and cook for a couple of minutes, you can also add your noodles at this point. Let the noodles nearly cook and then add your mushrooms, sweetcorn and shredded chicken towards the end for a minute or two.
Apr 28th, 2016, 07:34 AM  
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that sounds lovely. got the flu at moment going to make this later on. comfort food in a bowl.
Apr 28th, 2016, 07:35 AM  
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Hi MariaDK that sounds gorgeous, I'll try it today. Thank you
I'm not an actually SW member so didn't realise I would be able to access the offical site, I'll have a look.
Thanks again.
Apr 28th, 2016, 09:09 AM  
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Location: Denmark
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It's really nice you can still access the recipes without joining up, I haven't renewed my online membership yet (waiting till my losses slow a bit haha)

The soup recipe I posted is an enormous pan full, as all my family eat it, but you could easily half/quarter it if there's only you.
Apr 28th, 2016, 09:15 AM  
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Location: Manchester
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I always favour a bog standard veg soup recipe - throw loads of veg in a pan, cook it, add some seasoning and then blend it.
So simple and full of speed foods
Apr 28th, 2016, 10:51 AM  
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Hi I've had a good browse around the SW site & got some great inspiration I'm off to the shops now I'll stock up on fresh veg too and make a good warming hearty soup too, Who'd have thought that the weather at this time of year would call for warming hearty soup? 😠 thanks for the advice and suggestions, always appreciated x
May 6th, 2018, 10:35 AM  
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Location: Spain
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Quote by Jessie View Post
Hi does anyone have any simple recipes for home made soups please?
I regularly make the SW tomato soup and am seeking inspiration.
Thanks x

Sorry I am new to this site and dont know if i am replying in the right box, but red pepper and lime soup is delicious. 1 onion, 3 red peppers, let the onions and red pepper cook until soft, then add tomatoe puree, juice and rind of a lime, chicken stock with two cubes and 1pt of water. two or 3 drops of a hot sauce. then blend it all together, taste for seasoning, then serve with another good swirl of fresh lime juice.
May 23rd, 2018, 06:57 AM  
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looks like a delicious recipe!
Jul 4th, 2022, 12:32 PM  
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Location: USA, WA
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1 sheet of thin pita bread
200 grams of crab sticks
2 eggs
2 cucumbers
100 g mayonnaise
2 sprigs of basil

Step 1
Lavash roll with crab sticks, egg and cucumber, prepare the filling
Boil hard-boiled eggs for 8 minutes. Cool in cold water, peel the shell and grate the eggs. Finely chop crab sticks. Chop the basil leaves. Combine all ingredients in a bowl, add mayonnaise and mix.
Step 2
Lavash roll with crab sticks, egg and cucumber, wrapping
Spread a sheet of pita on a work surface and evenly distribute the filling. Using a vegetable peeler, slice cucumbers into thin ribbons and spread on top. Roll up tightly, wrap in clingfilm and leave for 20 minutes in the fridge.
Step 3
Lavash roll with crab sticks, egg and cucumber, cutting the roll
Remove the foil, cut the roll into 2-3 cm wide slices and arrange on a serving plate.
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