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 My Mums Soup

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PostSubject: My Mums Soup   Fri 26 Aug 2011, 05:50

scotch broth mix soaked over night. This swells quite a lot.
diced lamb

strain and rinse the scotch broth mix and add to a large pot

add the diced lamb

bring to the boil and let it boil for about 10 mins

scoop the scummy stuff off the top

let this simmer for about 2 hours.

add the veg and let it simmer till all the veg is cooked.

This is free on green if you count lamb as heb

When I make this soup I just buy packs od Asda's frozen casserole veg. Its quite cheap and very handy to keep in the freezer


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