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Soup No. 1

Pea Soup with Tarragon 

Internet Inspiration Soup

Now it’s getting colder I trawled through the Internet for thick soups suitable for liquidising. As always do always check that the ingredients and consistencies are suitable for any diet or texture that have been recommended by your dietitian and speech and language therapist.

Ingredients: 

  • 500g pack of frozen petite pois 
  • 1 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil 
  • 2 medium sliced shallots  
  • 400 ml of vegetable stock (or more) 
  • 3 tablespoons of chopped fresh tarragon 
  • Plain non-fat yogurt or cream (optional) 

Cooking Directions: 

Heat oil in heavy large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add shallots and sauté until golden and almost tender, about 7 minutes. Add peas, stock, tarragon; bring to boil. Reduce heat to medium and boil until flavours blend and peas are tender, about 7 minutes. Cool slightly. 

Puree soup in blender until completely smooth. Add extra liquid if you feel it is too thick. Season with pepper and serve with yoghurt or cream. 

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We are a small Charity and wouldn’t be able to do the things that we do without the support of our members and donors. 

Donations allow us to run a monthly drop in group at St. Catherine’s village Hall.

They also fund social events such as our Annual Summer and Christmas Parties.

One donor paid for the food for the Christmas party because having a dry mouth herself “I know how hard it is sometimes to chew and swallow foods that are provided at most events. I wanted people to have lots of choice so they could find something that they fancy eating”.

Another paid for some LCD writing tablets as she could not imagine how hard it was for people recovering from head and neck surgery to communicate in the early days of their recovery. ”it seemed like such a small thing but I wanted to do something after my friend had throat surgery and I realised she needed to write everything down and never had paper and pen.”

Thanks to some very generous gifts we were planning a wider range of activities for 2020. Unfortunately these have been put on hold due to the pandemic. We will start again when it is safe to do so. We’re looking forward to it.