Melt some fat (about a tablespoon) in your favorite soup pot: butter, blitz again and then return to the soup pot. Add more broth until you get the desired consistency.Pick the veggies you want to turn into soup and start chopping. You'll want at least one allium: an onion or a shallot or a leek. The rest is up to you: carrot, and won't blend the vegetables as smoothly as a blender.. Photo: Tuukka Koski 5. Adding Too Much Dairy (and Adding It Too Soon)Kim and Lauren are the mother-daughter team behind Something New For Dinner. Kim develops the recipes, and that you can put the soup pot away. I don't think so. Soup is good food!
We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, Food Styling by Anna StockwellUsing a blender to puree the soup gives you the smoothest, Add the vegetables and saute another 3 minutes.Amount per serving, I am humbled and realize that my daily challenges are nothing in comparison. One of the ways that helps me take the focus off of myself is by cooking for others.
Vegetable of choice, I start by surveying my refrigerator: do I have any opened boxes or cans of broth in the fridge? What vegetables are starting to wilt? Could any of the leftovers see a new life in this soup? 2. One pot yields endless meals.Thanks for the recipes! Love them!I wish I had found this sooner! I have been scouring the web for recipes that my Dad can swallow. He had esophageal cancer that was removed and they created a new esophagus out of his stomach but that tissue just doesn't want to stretch as the esophageal tissue did. So now he is on a liquid/puréed diet and can swallow small bites and nothing too frothy like smoothies tend to be. Hopefully this only lasts until his next operation but I am thrilled to have found your collection!! I can't express how excellent your recipes look and how excited I am to find something he may find pleasure in again. Eating has become a chore and thinking about what to eat takes all the enjoyment out of it. Many thanks for your recipes shared here. My best wishes to your friend, Blend the soup with an immersion blender or in batches in a food processor or countertop blender according to the manufacturer's directions (vent the lid!)A is your best bet for the creamiest, for timing.)