I used to make a really thick mixture of tomatoes, onion, and chilli – so chunky it was almost a salsa – called it a soup and ate it with Bread. Galit wasn’t so keen on this, preferring a creamy texture, and the recipe got adapted to cater for her taste. It is a great ...
I adapted this from an Israel cookbook, translated from Hebrew. Then tweaked – as I do. The quantity is a meal for 6-8 people. The original recipe used dried beans, but I’m lazy, but not so lazy that I use bought stock – made my own.
This is a bit of a mash up on an Israeli and a couple of New Zealand Pumpkin soup recipes. Seems to work.
Galit loves soup. This one is simple but tasty. Galit calls it a “light” meal.
If I’m on my own I often make a really thick mixture of tomatoes, onion, and chilli. It is chunky it was almost a salsa but I call it a soup and eat it with Bread. It is a 10 minute meal.
When I’m really sick Galit makes me Chicken Soup. Its a cultural thing.
A delicious variation on Pumpkin Soup from a one time flatmate of mine called Ange. Yum.
Apple and pumpkin soup. Sound interesting and Amanda Thomas-Griffiths recommended the recipe highly. I have to admit my attempt wasn’t flash.
Pumpkin soup is very common in New Zealand.