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3 Warming Soups for Autumn

Fight off the first chill of autumn with these delicious warming soups – we’ve put together three of our favourite recipes that you can cook ahead and enjoy. 

Pumpkin and Red Pepper Soup

This pumpkin and red pepper soup is a perfect autumnal warmer.  Serve with a big dollop of low fat crème fraiche and some warm crusty bread and make the most of the fruits of the season!

Spiced leek, potato & lentil soup

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Spiced leek, potato & lentil soup

This spiced leek, potato & lentil soup gives a tasty twist on the traditional Vichyssoise and is delicious served with either warm crusty bread, or authentic Indian naan bread too!

Thai Chicken Noodle Soup

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Thai Chicken Noodle Soup

This is a simple recipe for an extremely vibrant, healthy and tasty Thai Chicken Noodle soup that’s a spin on a classic and perfect for a light lunch or supper.

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olddave1
25th Nov 2016
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Thanks for voting!
Looking forward to trying the leek potato soup

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