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Mushroom Soup

Alternative title: I had a fridge full of mushrooms…And when life gives you mushrooms, you make mushroom-ade…What do you mean that’s not the proverb?

 

“Are these mushrooms that special funky kind of mushroom?” My brain queried.

“Sorry?” I mutter while slicing the vegetables.

“These mushrooms…Are they going to make you all peculiar like when your friend S took them in that weird caravan she was stopping in?” S had called me that particular day to explain how the toaster had suddenly started laughing maniacally at her. That toaster was, apparently, a bit of a prick.

“No, they aren’t magic mushrooms…They are just normal mushrooms…The bathroom walls won’t start melting, grains of rice won’t become sentient and a giant wooden fish won’t suddenly start reciting Shakespeare” I explained with a sigh.

“So…What’s the point in them?”

“Lunch. That’s the point. A nice, nutritious lunch”.

“I’d rather be compared to a Summer’s day by a salmon made of oak”

This is such a simple and quick soup to make, it’s ideal for when you’re totally rushed off your feet (which seems to be my life at the moment!).

Serves 4-5

1 tbsp olive oil

900g mushrooms

1 x onion

3 x cloves of garlic

1 1/2 pints of vegetable stock

 

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Heat the oil in a pan (over a medium heat) and add the sliced onion…

 

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So many mushrooms….

 

Once the onion has started to soften add the crushed garlic and mushrooms…Then cook for another 5 minutes (or until the mushrooms and onion are tender).

 

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…So much bloody slicing!

 

Add the stock and bring to the boil…

Once it has done this reduce the heat and simmer for 5-10 minutes.

Then blend and serve!

See, quick and easy.

 

Mushroom soup

I bloody love oatcakes…Should really learn how to make my own…A recipe for another day maybe? In the meantime I will probably carry on stuffing my face with Nairn’s…Please don’t tell me I’m the only one with a bit of an oatcake obsession!

I portioned this soup out and froze it to use for a week’s worth of lunches at work…Means I don’t give in to a giant greasy egg and bacon sandwich with brown sauce from the butty van.

R x

PS – It’s ‘Fortitude‘ episode 5 tonight…And things are about to get real interesting if episode 4 is anything to go by! How exciting!

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2 Comments

  1. No, you’re not the only one who loves oatcakes. I DO TOO!!! I do make my own though- they’re bloody delicious if I do say so myself! XX

    • Ruebi

      You make your own oatcakes?! My word! You’re my new hero! 🙂 x

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