What should I make for dinner tonight? This might just be the number one question that we ask ourselves almost daily over here.
Then you have come to the right place, we have rounded up 15 ace blender cauliflower soup recipes that we have shared over the years.
Plus, there is such a variety of flavours in these recipes, so you are sure to find something for you. Most of these recipes are quick and easy ones made especially for busy weeknights.
15 Ace Blender Cauliflower Soup Recipes
How long does cauliflower soup last in the fridge?
Why is my cauliflower soup grainy?
Cauliflower needs to be softened, otherwise, you’d end up with a crunchy grainy soup.
Why does my cauliflower soup taste bitter?
Over-cooking causes cauliflower to release sulfurous compounds that produce an unpleasant odor and bitter taste. (You’ll also lose more phytochemicals.) Check the “doneness” of cauliflower by pricking it with a fork a few minutes before the suggested cooking time is up.
How can I thicken my cauliflower soup?
If you like EXTRA THICK soup, only add 4 cups of stock instead of 5 when boiling. We find 5 to be perfect to suit our taste. Having said that, if you find for some reason your soup has turned out too thin, feel free to use a cornstarch slurry (1 part cornstarch to 2 parts liquid) to thicken it up.
Can I freeze my cauliflower soup?
Can you Freeze Cauliflower soup? YES! Many soups with dairy or pasta in them don’t freeze well but this Cauliflower Soup freezes great. If you know you are going to freeze, then thin your soup (if needed) with chicken broth instead of milk.
Can you blend soup in a blender?
When pureeing hot soup, an immersion blender is a handy tool. You can puree right in the pan with little or no extra mess. Hot soup (or other hot liquids, for that matter) will steam and expand in the blender, which can push the top off and cause a mess and burn hazard.
How do you make soup silky?
Adding Cream and/or Oil – Many recipes have you stir in the cream or last few tablespoons of oil once the pureed soup is back in the pot. Instead, try streaming some or all of it into the soup as it purees. This makes a better emulsion and gives the soup a creamier feeling in your mouth.
How do you fix curdled soup?
To fix an already curdled soup
Add an ice cube and lower the heat, whisking constantly; the shock can help bring it back together. Add a few additional tablespoons of cream warmed ahead of time to the soup mixture, whisking constantly. If the above do not work, whir the soup in a blender until smooth.