This minty pea soup from Nigel Slater is light, bright, and will make you feel like a million bucks—and it comes together pretty near instantly if you have a good broth on hand. As Slater says, “The flavor will stand or fall on the quality of the stock, so it is worth making your own,” and his clever technique for extra-golden chicken stock is below—but feel free to use what you like. Adapted from The Guardian. To read the full story, head here. —Genius Recipes
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