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Cauliflower Soup

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    • PREP TIME
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    • COOK TIME
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    • READY TIME
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    • SERVINGS
      4

    INGREDIENTS

    • 50g olive oil
      50g unsalted butter
      2 peeled fresh garlic cloves, finely diced
      1 peeled brown onion, diced
      12g sea salt
      Freshly ground white pepper, to taste
      400g cauliflower florets, roughly chopped
      2.5 cups fresh chicken stock
      1 cup  (pouring) cream
      15g Dijon mustard, approximately
      50g parmesan cheese, finely grated (approximately)

    DIRECTIONS

    1. Heat the oil and butter in a frypan. Add garlic, onion, salt and peper, and sauté for 10 minutes.
    2. Add the cauliflower and sweat over a low heat for 10 minutes, or until florets are soft and golden.
    3. Place the ingredients from the frypan, stock, Dijon mustard, and parmesan into the soup maker jug.
    4. Place the soup making blending lid on top and secure to the base.
    5. Select the ‘SMOOTH’ soup setting and then select the ‘START’ button.
    6. After cooking, remove the lid, and stir in the cream. Serve and enjoy.

     

    TIP: For a shortcut, place all the ingredients into the soup maker raw.

     

    Recipe courtesy of Hospitality Establishment. www.hospitalityest.com.au

    This recipe was developed using a Kambrook Appliance.

    APPLIANCES

    • Soup Simple Soup MakerSoup Simple Soup Maker
    • Essentials 12Essentials 12" Square Frypan
    • Banquet Electric FrypanBanquet Electric Frypan
    • Jan milonas 26 May 2015

      I made this soup today for the first time, very pleased lovely flavour.

    • A Perfect Pantry 27 May 2015

      Hi Jan,

      Great to hear.. thanks for letting us know.

    • Jan milonas 26 May 2015

      I made this soup for the first time today.verry pleased lovely flavour.

    • A Perfect Pantry 28 January 2016

      Fantastic:)

    • Louise 25 January 2016

      This soup is delicious but I felt it was a little thin, so I add a potato chopped into small chunks to thicken it up.

    • A Perfect Pantry 28 January 2016

      That sounds like a perfect solution, Louise.

    • Linda 29 November 2016

      Great flavour! Very easy to make too, I didn't have Dijon mustard so I used whole grain mustard.

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