Soup recipe books
So your thinking of buying a soup maker, maybe you already own one or your someone who likes to make soup in the traditional way using a pan, then if so you may be interested in buying a soup recipe cookbook. These are a great way to give you some inspiration or general ideas of all the wonderful soups that are available to make at home. If you would like to cook fresh healthy homemade soups for you and your family then i have gathered just a small section of the hundreds of cookbooks that are available. If you would like more information and the latest price on any of the books listed then the please feel free to click on any image and this will take you to Amazon. If you would like to see a bigger collection click here recipe books.
A great book with recipes for soups and stocks that can be used in a soup maker or the traditional way in a pan, easy to read with large print, colour photos and very useful tips backed up by an email helpline.
Author: Paul Brodel
Paperback: 68 pages.
As the title suggests there are 500 mouth watering recipes. You can choose from the time less classics to the latest contemporary soups, broths and chowders. Easy to use with ten chapters, ideas and tips
Hardcover: 288 pages
Author: Susannah Blake
Now you can have a recipe for soup every day of the year and every occasion not only that this book splits it into seasons according to what products are available. Choose your date and find the recipe for that day.
Hardcover: 384 pages.
Author: Covent Garden Soup Company.
This is perfect if you own a soup maker as it not only explains the different types available but how to use one. With simple and easy recipes to choose from this book is dedicated to those who own or are about to buy a soup making machine.
Paperback: 128 pages.
Author: Norma Miller.
200 soup recipes all illustrated in colour and easy to make. This book from Hamlyn has everything from the classic soup to the more exotic. With easy to follow instructions you will have perfect results every time.
Paperback: 240 pages.
Author: Sara Lewis.
With 150 recipes and colour photos throughout this book has something for everyone. Plenty of handy tips such as how to prepare and cooking times along with the step-by-step instructions makes it simple to use.
Hardcover: 352 pages.
Author: Sophie Grigson.
If your looking for a book for weight watching then this could be the book for you. Plenty of different recipes to choose from with points values for each one and many with zero points.
Paperback: 160 pages.
Author: Sue Ashworth.
With over 200 recipes from all over the world this is a very comprehensive cookbook. With easy to follow instructions and over 750 colour photos your sure to be making delicious soup in no time.
Paperback: 256 pages.
Author: Debra Mayhew.
This book is contains 50 of Delias favorite recipes. This book is for the experienced cook as well as for beginners and she shares with you her wealth of experience so there will be something for everyone.
Hardcover: 144 pages.
Author: Delia Smith