Where is the vegetable soup recipe...or is there one..thanks..
A basic vegetable soup can be made using carrots, onions, leek and celery. These ingredients are readily available at supermarkets and grocery stores. You get the best results if you cut them small and fry them for a few minutes, then add them in a pot with boiling water.
Also add in herbs like thyme, rosemary, parsley and sage. These will give off their flavors over the long run.
Once the soup comes to a boil, put the fire low and allow it to simmer. It should really be done in an hour or two, but it will be very bland. The longer you allow it to simmer, the better the taste.
After you think it's done, you can use a sieve to strain out the vegetables and herbs and you have the remaining stock.
Add any fresh vegetables you like to it and boil the vegetables in the stock until they are cooked. Add in vermicelli or meatballs if you want some extras in your soup. Season with salt, pepper and garlic.
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