my green cheesy mish mash soup. with a video!

Posted on June 25th, 2012

I’ve posted a few of my recipes with videos lately. If you’re new to this neighbourhood, you might like to check out my avocado and coconut water popsicles, and my bacon and egg cupcakes.

But today, we’re going to whip up my green cheesy mish mash soup. From my I Quit Sugar Cookbook.

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This is a recipe you can make using a normal soup-making method (that is, fry up ingredients, add stock, and then puree). But just as I was putting together my I Quit Sugar Cookbook, I was introduced to the Tefal Soup & Co soup maker. I had a play with it as I was testing my recipes and found it made my stupidly simple and efficient recipes even more so. So, in this video, I show how you can make it with this soup maker. It basically takes one step (after putting all ingredients in the soup maker, press a button and 30 minutes later it’s cooked AND blended for you…seriously!).

This soup recipe, by the way, is deceptively tasty. It’s so good with the cheese, but I also cook it without. It’s my Meal For When I Need a Serious Injection of Goodness.

If you haven’t bought the cookbook yet, you can get hold of it by clicking on the button below.

And if you’d like to find out more about the Soup & Co, and try some of their recipes, have a browse here.

Have you tried this soup yet? How’d it go?

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  • http://www.livehealthysimply.com Jessica Nazarali (@JessicaNazarali)

    I’ve heard soup makers are fantastic! It looks so easy to use.

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  • http://www.healthywholeholly.wordpress.com Holly McBride

    A soup maker?! How novel.

    I love the comment ‘this isn’t really cooking’ . Goes to show how easy it is to prepare nutritious food, regardless of time/budget restrictions.

    Keep up the ‘non cooking’ recipes!

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  • Talitha

    Soup looks fab! i’m curious to know more about how it cooks in 30 thirty seconds…Is safe to use? I mean in the way that Sarah has mentioned the negative effects that using a micorwave can have on food and our bodies…

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    maryanne Reply:

    Tabitha, it’s 35 minutes not 30 seconds :)

    I do love the idea of a soup maker but can’t justify another appliance for one purpose. Recipe sounds yum, have never thought to add cheese which would make it much more satisfying.

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  • Talitha

    Whoops! Thank you. :)

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  • Maryann

    I have tried this recipe. In fact I had some for lunch today. I did’t have any cheese but added some yoghurt. I enjoyed the soup and it is so easy to make. I did in the traditional method on the stove top. It also freezes well.

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  • Kate Cadd

    Yummy Sarah, just wondering your thoughts on thermomixs?

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    seeker Reply:

    I love mine! Soup making’s a breeze! ;)

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  • Simran

    Hi Sarah
    I think garlic, onion & peas contain fructose. and does your recipes contain all these ingredients?

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  • mein

    can you please fix the annoying search button on your blog it’s so irritating and doesn’t work.

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    Naz Reply:

    Works just fine for me…

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  • Kristobel

    Search also works for me.

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  • Eve

    Hi Sarah,

    Is the soup maker made of stainless steel or other?

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