For my final contribution to soup month I've actually decided to do something a bit different. While I was sent a variety of soup recipes that were great I decided that this idea would be fun after becoming inspired online.
BBC Good Food calls it a "Versatile Vegetable Soup", basically it is a formula for making a soup out of whatever veggies you have left over in the fridge. I have always been hesitant to try and make soup from scratch without a recipe because I never really knew what the vegetable to potato to stock ratio was.
This week I'll be using these exact measurements to create a soup out of whatever veggies I have in the fridge!
I love the idea of being able to whip up a soup with whatever I have around and actually being able to follow through because of this generic recipe. This soup is a blank canvas which makes it fun to also play around with herbs and spices.
Hopefully this turns out to be a hit !
Check out the recipe below at BBC Good Food' and try it out yourself. If you get to it before me I'd love to know if this ratio of ingredients was right !
Hey y'all! I'm Jonathan, and I'm the creator of the Happy Veg blog! I've been cooking now for about 8 years, and I'm obsessed with creating vegetarian recipes that everyone can make and love. I'm also obsessed with animals & travel. Thanks for visiting the blog and have a great day xo