Sunday, November 15, 2015

Sunday Scrap Page: recipe

Today's scrap page came to mind, when my DD
asked me: Mom. how do you make your zucchini soup?
So I made the soup on Friday and made pictures while 
doing it. Oh and zucchini is "courgette" in Dutch.

I used Club Scrap's 50s Kitchen papers
and Mike's Alphabet stamps.

I have written the recipe in Dutch (click on the
picture for a larger version), but here is an English version:

1. you need: 2 zucchini's, 2 onions and 4 potatoes.
2. frie the chopped zucchini and onions in olive oil.
3. add chopped potatoes and 1 1/2 liter water and 2 cubesof 
vegetable bouillon
 4.leave it to cook for half an hour
5. use your blender to grind it all
6. This is the finished soup
7. When you serve it at a spoon of Philadephia light
and some lovely kind of bread.
This sentiment and the pot
are all from the Club Scrap 50s Kitchen Kit.
The numbers on the photo's are little stickers
from my stash.
Here the finished soup in the plate ready for eating.
Hope you give it a try!

Thanks for looking
and your wonderful comments.

Have a creative day!


Rosie Guiher said...

Looks good. I have printed it out for later.

Laura said...

WHat fun to make photos of your yummy Zucchini Soup and to do a scrap page on it too! IT looks delish! Thanks for the recipe! I wonder if I would be able to get the guys to eat it? They wouldn't eat the zucchini plain, though Don will eat Banana Zucchini cookies! This is much more healthy!! Thanks again!

LUCYG said...

Am totally going to try your soup. :) Thank you! Cute page, too!