Welcome to my ultimate leftover soup in the soup maker. For the month of January the recipe theme is all about soup and more in particular soup in my amazing soup maker. If you have not got a soup maker this is the one we have and here is the US version.
What I love about my soup maker is how quickly and easily I can have ready made soup and with it being January and us all being cold, it felt like the perfect time to get the soup maker out.
For the month of January I will be having a different soup each day, just to show the variety of soup can make, along with some nice crusty bread.
Though I think before I give you this awesome recipe I should wish you all a “Happy New Year” after all today is New Years Day and the diet probably starts tomorrow.
Like many other people I am all for the “everything to excess” over Christmas and then pay the price in the New Year. Its not that I don’t stay healthy it is just that I can’t resist everything else that is available.
When there is chocolate in the house I have to eat it, I have to have all the skin off the turkey, I always have one more roast potato and then before I know it I have gained 4 pounds over Christmas.
So in the new year it is always “lets detox” and because I am not alone in this I thought it would be great fun to incorporate soup into this.
So Happy New Year and here is my leftover vegetable soup recipe.The Ultimate Leftover Soup In the Soup Maker from @recipe_this #soupmakerClick To Tweet
- Chop up your vegetables and add them to your soup maker.
- Add the water and seasoning.
- Mix well so that the water is everywhere
- Put your soup maker on its cook and blend feature for 25 minutes
The idea behind this is making good use of your leftovers. This is perfect after Christmas or before your grocery shop when you are combating food waste. Root vegetables, salad bits and potatoes all do very well in it. Above is the recipe used by us with some of our leftovers before a grocery shop.