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This Hungarian Mushroom Soup with Fresh Dill is creamy, with hints of smokiness and a great umami flavor. It’s the perfect bowl of soup to warm up with this winter! | platingsandpairings.com

This Hungarian Mushroom Soup with Fresh Dill is creamy, with hints of smokiness and a great umami flavor. It’s the perfect bowl of soup to warm up with this winter! | platingsandpairings.com

Tuscan Style Chicken Soup - a hearty soup with veggies and beans to warm up your belly! Gluten Free too.

Tuscan Style Chicken Soup - a hearty soup with veggies and beans to warm up your belly! Gluten Free too.

Our crunchy garlic chicken is beautifully crispy, tender and delicious; the same technique can be used with pork, cod and more for a warm golden finish.

Our crunchy garlic chicken is beautifully crispy, tender and delicious; the same technique can be used with pork, cod and more for a warm golden finish.

How to make your own pitta breads - easy pitta bread recipe made with spelt and white flours from Eats Amazing UK - great for baking with kids!

How to make your own pitta breads - easy pitta bread recipe made with spelt and white flours from Eats Amazing UK - great for baking with kids!

Roast chicken soup - notes for slow cooker adaptation at bottom of page.  Uses leftover roast chicks .

Roast chicken soup - notes for slow cooker adaptation at bottom of page. Uses leftover roast chicks .

Couscous halloumi salad. Super fast to prepare, and easy to modify with any veggies on hand (onion, red pepper, broccoli), or substitute feta for halloumi.  Short on time, no need to grill the cheese, just cube it and toss into the warm couscous to get a little melty while you prep the veg. Tasty on it's own - I've never even tried it with the dressing.

Couscous halloumi salad. Super fast to prepare, and easy to modify with any veggies on hand (onion, red pepper, broccoli), or substitute feta for halloumi. Short on time, no need to grill the cheese, just cube it and toss into the warm couscous to get a little melty while you prep the veg. Tasty on it's own - I've never even tried it with the dressing.

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