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Re: Sultanas & Chilli Bean and Pepper Soup

I am resending this as if it reached the list it would have been in
missing digest 309 and as I have had several requests for information I
think probably it got lost somewhere.
Also Fruity Brown Sauce (I do try to check that I have converted the
ingredients but sometimes I assume you can buy products available here
in the UK but obviously not this one)Do you get sauces in bottles (like
ketchup?) HP or Heinz they make a traditional spicy, hot brown sauce and
also sweeter fruity versions?If not you could add mango chutney or a
sweetish salsa I would think.It is just there to give a little "bite" to
the recipe.If anyone is still confused please email me privately and
I'll try and help you further.The recipe is quite nice and tasty and
> Hello everyone,
>    OK sultanas........I've tried looking up what you call them in the
> States and according to a site called Brit Speak it is Golden Raisins.
> They are dried fruit (grapes?) that you would normally put in a cake
> (not currants larger more juicy)
> Anyway to make amends here is another recipe
> Chilli Bean and Pepper Soup
> 1 large onion finely chopped
> 4 garlic cloves finely chopped
> 2 red bell peppers deseeded and finely chopped
> 2 red chillies deseeded and finely chopped
> 1 1/2 pints vegetable stock
> 1 1/4 pint of tomato juice or sieved tomatoes
> 1 tbspn of double concentrate tomato puree
> or 2 tbspns of ordinary tomato puree
> 1 tbspn of sundried tomato paste (if you can get fat free type)
> 2 tbspns of sweet chilli sauce or more if liked
> 14 oz can red kidney beans
> 2 tbspns of finely chopped coriander (cilantro?)
> fresh coriander sprigs to garnish
> Put some of the stock into a large pan "fry" garlic and onion until soft
> but not coloured.Stir in the bell peppers and chillies and cook for a
> few minutes.Stir in remaining ingredients and bring to boil.Cover and
> simmer for 30 mins.
> Cool slightly then transfer the mixture to a food processor and process
> until smooth.Return the mixture to the pan adding extra chilli sauce if
> liked.Bring to the boil and serve in warm soup bowls garnish with
> coriander/cilantro.
> The recipe says to serve with a little Avocado Salsa and serve with
> Tortilla chips but nice crusty bread would be good.
> I have the recipe for the Avocado Salsa but am not sure if Avocados are
> too high in fat so if anyone wants the recipe please mail me privately.
> It only has a couple of ingredients and is very simple to make.
> Regards
> Maralyn