Leeks are in many classic soup recipes ranging from the delicate vichyssoise to hearty Scottish cock-a-leekie. Not forgetting the popular potato and leek soup.
Thanks to my Mum for this recipe that I have now adopted as my family's favourite. Leeks, potato, stock and cream to serve. Easy as that.
This is a great "winter warmer" soup that really goes down well. It has a great taste and is so much healthier than tinned soups with the additives, preservatives,artificial flavours etc. It's a winner everytime in my home!
This lovely and creamy leek soup has two kinds of cheese and mustard powder to give it a little kick. Serve with fresh bread if possible.
This is a healthy low fat version of leek and broccoli soup. It is so good your family won't know the difference. Serve with bread for sopping.
This soup can be made even better with the addition of crumbled bacon.
You don't need to use chicken stock, I've just found that it enhances the fullness of the soup. The ingredients don't have to be perfectly chopped, it tastes great when they're chunky :) Feel free to add as much or as little of every ingredient as you wish, though too much stock gives a yellow appearance, and too much dill, salt or pepper can overpower the soup.
A quick and nutritious way to make leek and potato soup. Garnish the soup with chopped parsley, or chopped cooked bacon (or both!) to serve.
Potatoes give this soup the thick texture and leeks give it the wonderful sweet taste; together we have my favourite soup.
Hearty, warming and absolutely delicious soup! Excellent for the colder days. Make this vegan by using vegetable stock and oil instead of the butter.
Make the most of home-grown tomatoes in this soup, which is made hearty with sautéed leeks and vermicelli noodles.