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Radish Soup

Soup Maker

This was an experiment after I found radishes on sale for a few pennies in the supermarket so bought a couple of bags. It is quite tasty but as radish is primarily water it is relatively thin, a starter rather than a main course and is slightly pink similar to the juice of a pink grapefruit. The recipe has been designed for my 1.6 litre Morphy Richard soup maker but could be scaled for a different sized machine or adapted for stove top very easily.




35 minutes

4 servings


  • 1 x Onion

  • 450g Radishes

  • 3-4 Medium Potatoes

  • 15g Fresh Coriander

  • 1 x Vegetable stock pot

  • Water


  1. Chop the vegetables roughly, the radishes had been trimmed prior to purchase otherwise I would have included the leaves.

  2. Sauté the onions in the oil if your machine has this function

  3. Add the ingredients except the coriander to the soup maker

  4. Add water to the ‘Max’ mark

  5. Cook on ‘Smooth’

  6. Once complete add the  coriander (including stalks), no need to be precise but 15g is basically  a handful or half a typical supermarket pack. Blend briefly so that  there is a nice appearance. If your soup maker does not have this  function you can add them at the start, but the taste will not be quite  as distinct​

Tip:  15g of coriander equates to roughly half of a typical supermarket pack.  Any you have remaining can have the leaves chopped and frozen in ice  cubes to be kept for another day

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