Pie and Mash Soup

I was dared to make this soup after mentioning it in my last post. So I only went and did it, its a fairly simple soup and very filling.

As a test I bought a Cooks Pie and Mash carton from Sainsburys, purely to experiment with of course, and at £2.00 a carton if it failed I would not be too out of pocket.

PutThisInTheOven

I cooked the carton as per the instructions on the carton and was ready to go. I  put the Mash and Liquor in the soupmaker shown below.

LiquorAndMash

I then chopped the Pie into small squares

ChoppedPie

and added it to the soupmaker as shown below

ReadyToSoup

I also at this point added an extra potato, beef stock, vinegar, salt and pepper.

I have to say, surprisingly, it is a great tasting soup and I will try to make with the real thing next.

Serves: 4

Approximate Calories: 512 (128 –  calories per serving)

Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon of rapeseed oil (other types of oil will do)
  • 1 carton Cookes frozen pie and mash, cook as per instructions.
    • Pie, chop small and add to soupmaker or pan when cooked
    • Mash, add straight to soupmaker or pan when cooked
    • Liquor, add straight to soupmaker or pan when cooked
  • 1 Potato, chopped
  • 4-5 splashes of vinegar (or to taste)
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 chicken stockpots
  • Add hot water to (level 2 in the soupmaker the lower one)

Method

  • Put all ingredients in the soup maker and set to smooth.
  • Alternatively put all of the ingredients into the pan and bring to the boil, then simmer for 20 minute’s or so, then blend when done until smooth.
  • For a thinner soup add more water, for a thicker soup add less water.

 

 

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