Scotch broth
British pronunciation/skˈɒtʃ bɹˈɒθ/
American pronunciation/skˈɑːtʃ bɹˈɑːθ/

a Scottish soup made with lamb or beef, barley, root vegetables, and sometimes dried pulses

What is "scotch broth"?


Scotch broth is a traditional Scottish soup that is known for its hearty and filling nature. The soup is typically made with a base of lamb or beef broth, which is simmered with barley, root vegetables such as carrots, turnips, and onions, and sometimes dried pulses like lentils or peas, which add to its richness and texture. The soup is often seasoned with herbs like thyme or parsley, and it may also include chunks of meat for added flavor. Scotch broth is a comforting and nourishing soup that is often served hot with a slice of fresh bread or toast. It is a popular dish in Scotland, where it is enjoyed during the cooler months as a warming and satisfying meal. Scotch broth has a long history, dating back to the Middle Ages, and it remains a staple of Scottish cuisine to this day.

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