go here This video is worth watching just for Archie’s brazen cheekiness when operating the food mixer!
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وسيط خيار ثنائي دي اندونيسيا Butternut squash and carrot soup
go to link Preparation time 10 minutes, cooking time 30 minutes maximum
This easily served three of us although we regretted not making double quantities as there was none left over after lunch!
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2 carrots, peeled and chopped.
1 red onion
1 chopped garlic clove
1 small cube of fresh ginger, chopped
850ml of good quality vegetable stock. It is rare that I recommend a specific product but, for me, there is no better vegetable stock than Marigold, which is widely available in all supermarkets.
- Gently fry the onion, garlic and ginger until soft.
- Add in the carrots and butternut squash and cook them for a few minutes until they start to soften.
- Pour in the stock, bring to the boil, and simmer until all the vegetables are soft (between 20-30 minutes, depending on the size of your chunks).
- Blend the vegetables and liquid in a food mixer or blender.
- Season if you wish. I only added pepper as I find the Marigold stock gives plenty enough flavour.
- Serve with fresh crusty bread!