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For a smoother cup of tea or coffee
With the robust and versatile XL1500 Food Processor
Grilled to perfection with our contact toaster
These simple and inexpensive ingredients make a great soup.
Serve in colourful mugs or bowls.
a good handful of parsley
a large onion
a large potato
30g (1oz) butter
430ml (¾ pint) light stock, made from a cube or powder
a bay leaf
a pinch of mace (optional)
140ml (¼ pint) milk (optional)
salt and ground white pepper
Chop the parsley in the mini chopper or using a knife.
Scrape out and set aside There is no need to clean the chopper bowl. Cut the onion into
chunks, and whiz in the chopper or using your knife.
Cut the potato into cubes with a knife. Melt the butter in a heavy based saucepan, add the potato and onion, cover with the lid and cook to soften very gently for 7-10 minutes, stirring from time to time to prevent browning.
Then add the stock, bay leaf and mace, bring to the boil and simmer for 20 minutes, with the lid slightly ajar. It is cooked when you can crush the vegetables easily with the back of a spoon.
Remove bay leaf and allow to cool slightly and blender till smooth or to required consistency.