Haven't made any yet but the recipes show how to make these in a pan as well as in a soup maker. It covers chilled soups, inc Chilled Spiced Melon and Cucumber, Rocket and Watercress, Beetroot soup. Soup Medley section inc. Spring Veg, Potato, Cheese and Herb, Sweetcorn and Pepper soup, Tomato and Basil. Soup Fiesta section inc. Curried Parsnip and Carrot, Carrot and Coconut, Herby Garlic and Mushroom, Creamy Cauliflower and Chorizo, Turnip and Mustard, Thai Chicken and Red Chilli. Soup Selection section inc. Carrot, Tomato and Ginger, Root Veg, Broccoli and Cream Cheese, Pea and Ham. Soup adventure section inc. Nettle and Lettuce, Aubergine with pine nuts, Turkey and Sweetcorn chowder, Oriental Chicken and noodle soup and Soup Miscellany section inc French Onion, Roasted Veg, Fennel, Sea-fish soup, Minestrone, Beans and Frankfurter soup, Celery Spring Onion and Feta.
There is a section for fruity soups inc. Apricot Apple and Cardamom, Nutty Peach and Almond, Chilled Cherry and Almond, Grape and Elderflower and Melon and Ginger.
There are others but it's good to make a few discoveries yourself I think.
on 18 January 2014
This is a decent soup recipe book with lots of good soup options. However, I do feel it is not necessarily the best one out there (see review for The Skinny Soup Maker Recipe Book). My big peeve is the kindle version has no list of all the soups, just a quick jump menu to different types of soup. This is quite frustrating in first world problem kind of way. In addition some of the recipes were more complex than I wanted, put ingredients in soup maker, turn on, wait, pour, was what I wanted. Not brown this, squeeze that, wait for the other.
Overall it is a good book, but considering it is for a no fuss gadget like the soup maker, it is too much hard work.