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I know a lot of people don’t like soup when the weather’s a bit warmer, but I find it aids my diet and helps me to use things up. I had a couple of potatoes growing new ones, and some onions at the tail end so decided to whack those in the soup maker. But as I was thinking what things I could add in my soup maker, I decided I’d try a bit of apple. The result was really quite lovely.

ingredients serves 4 (2pp per serving)
1 apple (peeled)
300g potatoes (peeled)
1/4 pepper (I used yellow)
1 clove of garlic
Dash of soy sauce
2 white onions
Sprinkle of paprika
Beef stock cube
Small crack of dried chilli
50ml white wine
750ml water
Small sprinkle of cinnamon

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You might see in the background that there’s a red onion – I did consider a red onion but it wouldn’t fit! You could change it up if you want to though.

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As always, I’m dictated by water lines in the soup maker so add less water if you like a thicker soup. It’s lovely and filling and great as either a starter or a low calorie lunch. And I really like the addition of apple because it adds depth and a unique flavour.

What do you think to fruit in a soup?

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