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Soup For The Winters

January 18, 2017 Views: 266


Potato and cauliflowers. Potatoes are available all round the year. Cauliflowers are found in the winter in some areas. A rich blend of extra butter and potatoes will provide you the energy you need to go through the day.

Since we are preparing this for kids, we want some croutons. Prepare croutons at home using wheat bread. You can do it either in an oven or on the gas. Use a pan and heat it. Toss a bread to it. Let it brown nicely on both sides with 1 tbsp oil. It may take 5 to 7 minutes. Set aside.

Peel some potatoes, onions, garlic. Cut a few florets from a cauliflower. In a pan add water and let it boil. Salt the water. Put the florets and let them soften a little. They shouldn’t fall apart. Remove from heat. Let cool and then scoop out the florets into a blender.

Now, add some more oil in the same pan. Add the garlic chopped, onion and potato cubes, cauliflower florets. Cook until tender. Don’t forget to add salt and pepper.

Add these softened veggies too to the blender mix. Pour a little milk and grate a nutmeg. Add the mixture to the pan and put it back in the gas. Just heat through. Its already.

Pour the soup onto a bowl. Add the croutons you prepared earlier. Serve warm.


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