You could be forgiven for thinking that the most popular and widely-used herb in British cooking is a common one, a herb garden pot, or a garden sheath.

However, that is not quite the case.

Herbs are versatile and can be used in so many different ways, from cooking up soup to soaking in lemon juice.

Here are seven ways to use your garden herb garden to create a delicious and delicious soup.

Herbal soup 1.

Balsamic vinegar: Add a splash of balsamic and some herbs to a bowl of soup to make an ideal condiment for cooking.

This is a quick and easy way to use up a little extra herbs for a simple, satisfying, and nutritious soup.


Herbes, basil and olive oil: Use the herbs in a vegetable soup to add a delicious touch to a classic recipe.


Arugula, thyme and parsley: Use herbs to spice up any dish and create a hearty and delicious dish to enjoy with the family.


Lemon, olive and ginger: Lemon, lime and ginger are great additions to salads and as a dressing.


Basil, parsley and oregano: Use basil to make some simple, delicious pasta.


Herb garden: Add herbs and herbs, such as rosemary and sage to make something new.


Lemon juice: This is an excellent way to add extra flavor to your soup.

Add a few drops of lemon juice to make your soup even more unique.