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Here is a simple heady soup you might like to consider:  Maybe moreso because i'd had a bowl of it and then a second bowl for breakfast also. And yes it was snowy and not so hot weatherwise. Instead of the breakfast cereal i have been having every day since early January. Think carefully before giving very hot soups to children or those not accustomed to spices.

The peppers used were the little red long ones as opposed to the bigger round ones. I also added lots of ground black pepper (half a LEVEL teaspoonful) a little salt and then brought the whole thing to the boil. Then 4 level teaspoonfuls of 'green' lentils. Then simmered it for maybe an hour on the smaller ring on the number 1 setting of an electric cooker (very low heat if using a gas cooker/ maybe less than a 2). Then i left the soup to go cold and tasted it. I wasn't exactly keen on how the soup tasted so from a stock cube i broke maybe 1/8th off and added it (a half of a quarter), but it was probably just a bit less.


Then i added one orange coloured scotch bonnet chilli.  The seeds were removed first and hands washed after, scotch chillies are 'extremely'  hot. Do not allow children unsupervised near scotch bonnet chillies and if you have pets and any seeds fall on floor, you 'must' clean the floor after to make sure that no seeds can get caught on their paws.

You can see the scotch bonnet chilli in this photo on the tablespoon. My intention was to remove the whole scotch bonnet chilli after cooking or leave in saucepan with the soup to add an intensity of flavor. (Not to eat)

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The photo above (left) is the mixture cooking before i added the scotch bonnet chilli. I could have added chicken too as i mentioned earlier, or brocolli cut into small peices 'instead of chillies' would have been nice too. The photo on the right shows the size of the whole scotch bonnet chilli which is on the tablespoon.

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