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Whilst we are still in winter, I am making the most of it by eating soups. I always eat salads in the winter, but I don’t think I could eat a soup in the summer. So, I am enjoying them whilst I can.
Onion soup has to be one of the cheapest soups you can make. This worked out to be around 25p (40 cents) a bowl. Clean eating doesn’t have to be expensive and it can taste great too!
Ingredients – serves 2:
– 3 large white onions, quartered
– 3 large red onions, quartered
– 1 bulb of garlic
– 1 tbsp olive oil
– 2.5 pints/ 6 cups home-made stock
– 1 tbsp wholegrain mustard
– Handful parsley, chopped
– 2 tbsp 0% Greek yoghurt
1) Put the onions on a roasting tin and drizzle with a little olive oil.
2) Take the white outer layer off the garlic, but leave the bulb together. Put on a piece of foil and add some water. Close the foil up around the bulb and put on the roasting tin with the onion. Bake the onions and garlic for an hour are 200C/400F
3) Add the cooked onions to a large pot and then squeeze the roasted garlic out of the cloves and add to the onions. Add in the rest of the ingredients (expect the yoghurt) and a little salt and pepper and heat for 15 minutes.
4) Blend the soup and pour into bowls. Add some Greek yoghurt and sprinkle over a little extra parsley.
Nutritional Information – per person:
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