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Recipe For Turnip And Spinach Soup — 36 Comments

  1. Ooh! I was hoping you would use portabellos and then stuff them! Perfect – and stuffed mushrooms is one of my favorite starters or “pick-up” recipe for a buffet. The spinach and turnip soup really intrigued me! That’s something i never would have thought of in a million years, and gives me all sorts of good ideas! On thinking about it, it actually might make a very good cold soup for summer as well, maybe substituting a bit of sour cream for the stock!

    You did a grand job with a rather odd assortment of ingredients! Such a good job! Thanks for offering me the opportunity, and putting up with my lack of photos. I also did not realize that I could add a pantry ingredient, which makes me feel better about the Jell-O in the watermelon ice! However, i notice that I did add some wine to the risotto – so sorry! Actually it is almost impossible for me to cook without it! I guess that makes me a wino of sorts. I don’t drink it as much as I cook with it. That makes me a winook or a cowino? Oh well – I’ll try to do better next time – if there is a next time. . .

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    • I tried the soup cold and I really enjoyed it! Thanks for taking part – that is what counts the most 🙂

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  3. I was a goner when I read fresh spinach. I just LOVE fresh spinach and knew you were going to do something incredible with it.. and of course you did :). Love the soup. And that chocolate roll.. yummy and divine. LOVE IT

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    • thanks so much Kay – I really had a great set of ingredients to work with 🙂

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  5. These recipes are like vegetarian heaven. The swiss roll is making me droll over my keyboard.

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    • thank you so much! I never even thought of the vegetarian aspect to these dishes 🙂

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  6. Look at all those wonderful dishes. I especially like the quinoa and fish, that gives me lots of ideas… thanks Tandy 🙂

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    • I hope to read some lovely quinoa recipes on your blog for some ideas 🙂

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  7. Mushrooms loiok divine!

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    • thanks Cams xxx

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  8. What a round up. I still need to make those mushrooms.

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    • I need to make them again as well 🙂

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  9. I love the spinach one! 🙂 Yum!

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    • Thanks Jen, me too 🙂

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  10. Thank you for hosting it this time around 🙂

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    • It was a pleasure 🙂

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  11. Very good, I still haven’t gotten around to do this challenge.

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    • hope you have some time to do so 🙂

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  12. I’ve also never eaten or cooked quinoa, and now my curiosity is peaked! Particularly with the fish. Wonderful recipes that you concoted. well done !

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    • thanks Claire! I am going to do more with the quinoa as I have a packet of it to use 🙂

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  13. Wow! A fabulous banquet indeed, Tandy. Those spinach mushrooms made my mouth water. 😉

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    • Thanks AD, they are worthy of a second go 🙂

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  14. What a great meal – I´d enjoy every single element of it!

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    • and I would love having you here to enjoy it 🙂

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  15. Waw! That were fab idea & great invented recipes! Your recipes & ideas rock, Tandy!
    I especially love the quinoa coated hake goujons! That’s my style of eating! Yum!

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    • thank you so much Sophie 🙂

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  16. Nice Job Tandy your so creative! I especially love your Mushrooms with Spinach and Gruyere. I am in the mood for some savory fare today.

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    • I will definitely do the mushrooms again 🙂

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  17. Wow Tandy, what an impressive menu! You are most inventive!
    🙂 Mandy

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    • thanks Mandy 🙂

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  18. if you’d like to cut me a slice of the chocolate and berry swiss roll, I’ll be waiting in Newlands for it…just by the rugby stadium 🙂

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    • *sends lock and go container over* 🙂

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  19. I haven’t eaten quinoa either, is it similar to cous cous? nice idea to coat the fish with it.
    Did you get the pectin?

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    • It is not that similar – maybe between barley and cous cous – Dave loves it but I could give it a miss! I didn’t get the pectin – I can get 70g directly from Earth Products for R37 as opposed to the chemist charging R76 for 100g

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