Nigel slater onion soup recipes

Festival Squash Soup

Festival Squash Soup

It's a tip I learned from watching NigelSlater cook on television, which is apparently a trick used by Italian housewives
Leftover Winter Vegetable Soup

Leftover Winter Vegetable Soup

Hence this soup just kind of evolved and I also managed to use up some bacon and cream that were going begging (NigelSlater would be proud of me)
Roasted Cauliflower and Ras el Hanout Soup

Roasted Cauliflower and Ras el Hanout Soup

After some googling, I came across this recipe from NigelSlater. Almonds, Cauliflower, Celery, Garlic, Onion, Parsely, Ras el Hanout, Soup, Stock

random recipes #40 - round up

and next is Alexandra from The Lass in the Apron with a breathtaking Mint cumin Roast Lamb taken from NigelSlater Tender
I'm On A Bread Roll

I'm On A Bread Roll

But a NigelSlater tip that I have yet to try is to add the Parmesan rind to your soup whilst it's cooking
Classic Coq Au Vin Recipe

Classic Coq Au Vin Recipe

Mine was something of a hybrid – I used NigelSlater’s recipe as an aide memoir and adapted it in the way I remember my mum making the dish, without any celery or brandy It was utterly delicious and the perfect autumnal supper – served here with dauphinoise potatoes to mop up all the sauce

vegetarian spaghetti bolognese - belleau kitchen basics

From NigelSlater's brilliant and amusing observation of bolognese served with vomit-inducing dried parmesan cheese in his semi-biographical Toast to extra-special evenings out with the family in the west end of London at the now sadly closed Topo Gigio Italian restaurant, the bolognese sauce was always a firm family favourite

m and o's christmas lunch

for the perfect roast chicken i follow mama and nigelslater’s set of basic principles. to start with i sautéed two small thinly sliced red onions in a knob of butter until they were soft
Credit Crunch Munch March/April round-up

Credit Crunch Munch March/April round-up

Next up Alex from Gingey Bites cooked up a Lovely Lentil & Spinach Pie which she adapted from the legend that is “NigelSlater” so this is just going to be brilliant right
The Ranelagh Kitchen Diaries - part one

The Ranelagh Kitchen Diaries - part one

In terms of posts for this coming year, I've been inspired by NigelSlater's Kitchen Diaries, both volumes of which I found lounging around at home over Christmas
Meet The Blogger | Cookwitch Creations

Meet The Blogger | Cookwitch Creations

NigelSlater is the one I always come back to though. Yellow split peas cooked down with garlic and onions, then pureed, is one of my standbys
Event Review: Laneways Supper Club, Glasgow

Event Review: Laneways Supper Club, Glasgow

This reminded me of NigelSlater’s Hangover Beef recipe. Lentils surrounding a polenta tower saturated with tempting juices topped with fig, wild mushroom and onion
Nigel Slater Dish of the Month - January Round Up

Nigel Slater Dish of the Month - January Round Up

At Nyssapod blog we were treated to OnionSoup without Tears from Kitchen Diaries. Cream of Mushroom, mustard and tarragon soup is a combination of two of Nigel's recipes, you can find out which ones by visiting Linzi at Lancashire Food