Scotch Broth Soup,yummy on a cold winters day hmm! or anytime of year a delicious soup.Traditionally Scotch Broth is a bit of everything thrown into the pot and is quite filling. In olden days Scots would eat this as a main meal. In modern times many Scottish households still serve it as a main meal rather than a starter. Ingredients can be substituted depending on your own tastes. It's best made the day before to allow the full flavour to soak through.
Jamaican spiced corn soup recipe By Lucy Williams...This Jamaican flavoured soup is hot and spicy, but the creamy coconut milk tempers the fiery heat of the Scotch bonnet chilli. This is great to have stored in the freezer.
Celebrating St. Andrews Day with Traditional Scotch Broth
This recipe comes from The Gourmet Slow Cooker by Lynn Alley. Scotch Broth is a Scottish tradition that dates bake hundreds of years. This dish has plenty of substance and flavor. Cooking it in the crockpot makes it so easy to have dinner ready in no time. It is suggested that this be served with a Scotch beer or ale and some heavy crusty bread.
How To Make Scotch Broth: A Traditional Scottish Soup Recipe
An authentic Scotch Broth recipe using mutton and winter vegetables. This traditional Scottish dish is full of flavor and will warm you through on the coldest winter’s day.