Based on http://www.grouprecipes.com/902/cream-of-cauliflower-soup.html, halved. And with the milk added at the appropriate point.
This recipe started out as Tuscan Bean Soup off women24.com.
In a flat black cast iron pot (or anything else, a paraffin tin should work :-) fry a half pack of bacon till really crisp, and remove. Fry two smallish diced onions and two stalks of sliced celery for as long as you feel like, then add two litres of boiling water and the appropriate amount of chicken stock powder, and bring to the boil. Add three medium potatoes, cubed, and two turnips, also cubed. Add 500ml of your pasta of choice (macaroni, screw noodles, shell noodles, whatever) and boil for a half hour or so until potatoes and noodles are soft. Add a tin (or two) of diced tomato and a tin of red kidney beans (or butter beans, or chickpeas, whatever) as well as 500ml of shredded cabbage. And the bacon, of course. Heat through and serve.
As you can see, it's a very stew-ey soup, but I like it that way. It's also enough for four hungry individuals.
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