Hello guys! My second soup of the week is going to be just as easy as the first one. I loved this one very much, I hope you will enjoy it too.
– 1 cauliflower
– 1 onion
– 1,5 liters of vegetable stock
– 25 grams of butter
– A bunch of herbs (parsley, thyme, laurel)
– Salt & Pepper
This recipe serves 4
Let’s get to it then!
Start by cutting up the onion (try not to cry!) and chop the cauliflower into florets.
Fry the onions in the butter. Then throw in the cauliflower and add the vegetable stock and a small bunch of herbs. Boil for about 20 minutes.
Remove the herbs and blend the soup.
Finish off with some salt & pepper to your own taste and add a finishing touch with some parsley and cream. Et voilà!
I love how easy it is to make soups like this. And they’re perfect for the cold wintertime.
Next up will be a Mushroom Soup, one of my favorites. So see you guys tomorrow!
If you haven’t checked my Green Pea Soup recipe yet, you can find it HERE.
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Hi! It’s winter, and in my opinion very cold (it’s like my fingers and nose are frozen all the time). During this period I can really enjoy a nice hot bowl of soup. I’ve only made soup once in my life… So It’s about time I changed that!
One soup recipe each day, that is what I’m going to share with you this week.
At the end of the week I’ll have tried out 5 new recipes. They’re very simple and won’t take up too much of your precious time.
Green Pea Soup with Mint
– 400 grams of frozen peas
– 3 tablespoons of freshly chopped mintleaves
– 1 liter of vegetable stock
– 90 grams of goat cheese
This recipe serves 4
Let’s get this thing started!
First you’ll need to thaw the green peas of course.
Then you can mash them to a paste in a food processor or blender. When that’s done, start chopping the fresh mint and crumble the goat cheese.
Put it all together in a pot with the vegetable stock and bring it to a boil over medium heat.
Let it boil for about five minutes. And that’s how easy it is!
Pour the soup into the soup plates and add some extra goat cheese and mint leaves for that finishing touch!
I hope you enjoy this recipe, I found it to be delicious and was quite surprised of how well the mint and the goat cheese worked together with the peas. Let me know what you think!