It’s not winter without making a good vegetable soup. We love them because they are easy to make and economical. To make your vegetable soups delicious, there are still some tips to know and mistakes to avoid. Do we show you?
Vegetable soup is not just vegetables boiled in water or broth, then mixed with cream. By following our few golden rules, you will indeed make delicious vegetable soups. Soup, veloute, soup, what’s the difference?
Secret #1: Scents
Always fry diced vegetables in olive oil or other fat. This adds more flavor to soups. It is ideal to put at least two vegetables in addition to the onion, which will serve as an aromatic side dish. You can also roast a real flavorful side dish consisting of onions, carrots, celery, and a bouquet garni. If you can balance the flavors of the 2 vegetables, that’s fine. For example, add a stronger vegetable if you want to make velouté from pumpkins, carrots or sweet potatoes. Leek or celery root offsets these very bland vegetables well. Just as the celery will balance the chestnuts in the chestnut veloute. Try this butternut squash and leek soup.
Secret #2: Liquid
A common mistake is to add too much liquid after the vegetables have browned. So that the soup is not…
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