Carrot And Cauliflower Soup Recipe
I gave a cauliflower soup recipe before. But it was made through a blender. This one is a little different. You don't pass it through the blender, you consume it as grains. I think I like grain soups better because I can see what's in it and taste the ingredients separately.
For example, this soup also tastes different from the pieces of cauliflower and the carrots. Moreover, in my opinion, such granular soups are more satisfying than others. For this reason, I think those who are on a diet should prefer soups with similar ingredients, rather than soups passed through a blender.
This soup is suitable not only for those who are on a diet, but also for those who tempt at lunch and want to have a light dinner.
The bowls seen in the photo are slightly larger than the classic soup bowls. With these bowls, it is possible to create a satisfying but light meal with 1 bowl of soup, 1 slice of whole wheat or wholemeal bread, 1 normal bowl of light yogurt and 1 large bowl of salad.
Finally, let me touch on the issue of whether to use cauliflower juice or not. When I first shared the recipe, I gave it the way I did it, without using the juice. I had to answer the question why I don't use water in a row and whether the vitamin goes with it (you can save time by browsing the comments instead of asking what you have in mind from the short story). Then I updated the photos, I said, if I don't write this, I will answer more of the same question, this time I offered two options, so that you can use it if you want, or you can not use it if you don't. This time, it was started to be said that it smells very cauliflower. Cauliflower is a vegetable that does not smell very nice when cooking, friends, let's accept this first. After cooking, the boiling water smells heavier than itself. It also has gas-forming properties, cauliflower and water makes more gas than itself. Please take all of these into consideration when making your decision.
- 1 cup cooked cauliflower,
- 1 boiled carrot,
- 2 tablespoons flour,
- 1 tablespoon butter,
- 5 cups water,
- 1 cup milk,
- 1 handful minced dill,
- Melt the butter,
- Stir in the flour and cook for 2-3 mins,
- Whisk in the water,
- Once it comes to a boil, stir in the mashed cauliflower and cubed carrots,
- Boil for 5 mins,
- Add in the milk, dill and salt, then stir,
- Let it cook for another minute and remove from heat.