|Rachel's Favourite Food|
|by Rachel Allen|
"What am I going to cook tonight?" Anyone who cooks regularly for friends, family or just for themselves will be very familiar with that question.
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Peel and dice potatoes, dice onion then boil potatoes and onion until potatoes are fork tender. Drain half of water and replace with milk. Add some ...
Chop onion and sauté in oil and butter. If you are using the sausages, add them now and brown slightly on both sides. Cut potatoes into small cubes ...
Note: No milk is needed for this broccoli soup. Cook bacon ... and cook on medium-low for 10 to 15 minutes longer, stirring every few minutes. And Enjoy!!
Heat oil in a large soup pot and stir ... for 20 or so minutes until vegetables are tender. Serve in big bowls with warm crusty bread rolls. Serves 6-8
This recipe can be completed in ... need. Allow the soup to simmer for ... add it back into the soup. My family LOVES this soup and its very easy to make.
Mix all in a saucepan and heat until warm or blend in some sort of mixer to make creamy. Serve. Great in the winter time for a quick pick me up. ....
Sauté onion, garlic ... olive oil. Add soup, beans, and 2 soup cans water. Simmer 45 minutes, stirring ... to keep from sticking. Good with Corn Bread.
Combine tomatoes, milk ... allow to boil. Soup is done when ... 457.9mg calcium, 2403.2IU Vitamin A, 24.5mg Vitamin C, 157.4IU Vitamin D, less than 1mg iron.
Heat milk and ... label on the can and do not ... Add milk and remaining ingredients and heat for 20 minutes or so. Taste and adjust seasonings and serve.
Combine all ingredients ... Bring to a boil, then simmer for about 3-4 hours. Easy to freeze and thaw for cold winter days. It's also very healthy for you!
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