One thing I love about this soup is that it’s rich in flavours n nutrients,a rich blend of vegetables, proteins and even carbohydrates.Well,the title already gives you a hint that it is full of fresh farm products. Here is how to make your very own farmers soup. 



  • 50ml Corn oil
  • 200g Onions roughly sliced
  • 600g Vegetable timings (roughly sliced) celery, leek, carrots, turnips, cabbage, baby marrows etc
  • 20g parsley steams
  • 10g garlic cloves (roughly chopped) 
  • 10 peppercorns, crushed
  • Salt
  • 6lt water, cold


  1. Heat oil in in a stock lot and gently sweat the onions and garlic then add the vegetables, parsley steams and sweat well without allowing colour. 
  2. Add water, salt, Peppercorns, bring to boil and simmer for half an hour. Skim frequently if necessary. 
  3. Strain, recoil, cool and then store in fridge. 



  • 400g Vegetables such as carrots, turnips,cabbageand leeks. Cut to paysanne. 
  • 100gr potatoes cut to paysanne kept in cold water 
  • 60gr Onions finely chopped 
  • 50gr Bacon cut into small squares
  • 20gr Flour
  • 20gr Butter 
  • 1.6lt Vegetable stock
  • 60ml cooking cream 
  • Salt
  • Black pepper powder 

A famers soup can contain much much more ingredients, this recipe is not standard

Paysanne cut🔝


  1. Mlet the butter in a cooking pot and add the onions and bacon sweat them at low temperature for about 2 minutes.
  2. Add all the vegetables except the potatoes, sweat these with a cover for about 3 minutes on very low heat(without colouring) 
  3. Add the flour, mix well and add the stock, add the salt,bring to boil and simmer it for 25 minutes. 
  4. Add the potatoes recoil and simmer for 5 minutes. 
  5. Add the cream, taste and correct seasoning. 


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