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Recipe: Carrot And Coriander Soup

What's a better way to warm up in the winter months than with a nice bowl (or in this case jar) of soup?

We all know how convenient it is to buy a pot of soup from the supermarket. It's usually the right quantity for 2 people and it saves time and wastage. But what if you could make your own portion sized pots of soup?

The best way to store your soup, ready for individual portions is in some lovely glass jars. We have a wide range of glass jars in stock. But for this particular recipe we would suggest using our 277ml KilnClip Jar for a one person portion of soup.

These jars are great for storing soup as they have a strong air tight seal and look fabulous in the fridge. The following recipe will create around 5-6 jars. From our online store you can buy a pack of 6 for just £9 plus shipping. That way you will always have an extra jar just in case. And the best thing about these jars is that they are reusable! Perfect for an eco-friendly and decorative packaging solution.

Carrot and Corriander Soup Recipe
Photo Credit: Dziana Hasanbekava from Pexels


  • 50g butter

  • 450g carrots, peeled and chopped

  • 1/2 onion, chopped

  • 1 celery stick

  • 30g plain flour

  • 1 glass of wine (optional)

  • 1 L vegetable stock

  • 1 tsp ground coriander

  • 30g Fresh Coriander

  • 100ml whipping or double cream


  • Knife and chopping board

  • Large Saucepan with lid

  • Blender/food processor

  • wooden or silicone spoon

  • Ladle

  • 6 x 277ml KilnClip Jars (sterilised)


  1. Heat your butter in a large pan and add your onion and celery. sweat on a low heat for around 2-4 minutes or until it's softened.

  2. Add your ground coriander and carrots and cook for a further 2-3 minutes.

  3. Add your flour and stir well.

  4. Add wine (optional) and vegetable stock and bring to the boil.

  5. Reduce your heat and cover. Cook for around 30 minutes or until the carrots are tender.

  6. Pour in to your food processor with your Cream and fresh coriander and then blend it until it's smooth.

  7. Allow to cool and ladle in to your sterilised glass jars. Check out our sterilisation guide if you need help with this!

  8. Seal and store in the fridge until ready to eat. These should last up to 4 days sealed and in the fridge, to keep for longer freeze for up to 3 months.

  9. To reheat pour the contents in to small sauce pan and gently heat for 5 minutes.

Please note: There is metal in the closing mechanism of the jar and therefore it is not suitable to be used in a microwave.

Carrot and corriander soup recipe
Pour your soup in to a bowl to heat and serve. Photo by Hanna Balan on Unsplash

What do you think of this delicious soup? Will you be storing your home made soup in some lovely and decorative glass jars? Let us know in the comments below.

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All the best

The team at Sen5es

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