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    Healthy soup

    Kill the flu and keep the cold away with a special healthy soup.

    Ingredients : Chicken breast fillets
    Potato
    Ginger
    Thai Basil
    Coriander
    Pepper
    Onion
    Garlic





    Diced and sliced then thrown lovingly into a pan we boil for sixty minutes..



    Time to get the commis chef chopping the bread.








    Oi Lulu stop mardying about with your five finger shuffle and get choppin some bread up
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    Time to disguise all that beautiful healthyness from the pan lids, so it's out with the 500W hand held blender with the mixer attachment..




    The commis chef has decided on doorstep chunks of fresh bread..



    A healthy meal is served..












    Unfortunately it tasted bland and horrible so it looks like takeaway pizza tonight from Luigis Italion Pizzario imprezziona oop the road.


    We do have a happy ending....









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    You'll spoil your dog like that, CCC.

    Did he eat the bread and butter too?

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    How do you quote sections of text?

    Anyway. It was healthy as heck until you broke out the buttered baps.

    Rule number one:

    Bread, does not exist in this kitchen, does it!

    No, Slap!

    If you really want a decedent soup dunker, grab yourself a pack of Auntie Bessie's best Yorkshires and get munching. They go especially well with beef broth.

    Fuck me, I've written myself hungry. Just off to the Co-Op.

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    No bread or butter was eaten in the making of this thread.

    The worse concoction i have ever made in the kitchen!

    Alas, it did not go to waste and we have a very happy, healthy, sleeping dog.

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    No salt?

    A can of chicken broth or bullion cubes would have helped the situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    No salt?

    A can of chicken broth or bullion cubes would have helped the situation.
    That i reckon is where it all went wrong.

    Tried to make it all organic and natural without any added salts etc.

    The dog enjoyed it anyway.

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    ^ Dogs love home cooked food.

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    ...excellent post Chitty...green owed...

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    Best way to make all organic chicken soup is to first buy a whole chicken. Then have a nice traditional chicken dinner. Save the bones and extra parts and make homemade chicken stock with that. Add in celery, onion, garlic, a carrot, a couple whole black peppercorns , thyme and parsley. Let that simmer for two hours and bam! Homemade chicken stock. Then you can freeze it to use later or go ahead and make a nice soup.

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