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    Sounds very similar to what Id call an omelette, good recipe though
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    Mushroom soup

    Couple of litres of chicken stock
    2 white onions
    750g mushrooms
    butter
    300ml double cream
    herbs (sage, oregano, little bit of garlic, etc)

    Get the stock simmering in the biggest saucepan you have. Chop and fry the onions and mushrooms (you'll probably have to do them a bit at a time due to the quantities). Put a little bit of the stock into a food blender (just to provide a bit of liquid and let the blender move things around properly) and blend the onions and mushrooms. I tend to add the herbs to the blender as well. Pour the blended vegetables in the the simmering stock and stir in the double cream. Simmer a little more then serve.

    Reasonably cheap and nutritious. You'd be amazed how filling this is as well.
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    found this wicked little website at the weekend

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    found this wicked little website at the weekend

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