I've been making this broccoli and cheese soup from the SparkPeople cookbook, and I was thinking of trying the same soup base with cauliflower. The recipe calls for fat-free evaporated milk. I guess it's a substitute for cream and you end up not being able to know the difference. The other main ingredient is 1 cup diced potato. Sautee some onions in a little butter, then boil the veggies and potato in some stock in the same pot, blend it, and add some evaporated milk and cheese. It's super easy.
I had leftover evaporated milk, and I hate throwing things away. I looked up some ideas and ended up adding it to a frittata. Some people suggested adding it to coffee in place of milk or cream.
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I tried this soup this weekend.. mine came out quite thick.. had to add a bit of water at the end to thin it out a little.. but that might be because I forgot to add the 1/2 and 1/2, even after making a special trip to the market to pick some up! LOL. The topping REALLY makes the soup.. think it would be pretty bland without it.
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Almost like magic, my January 2013 issue of CL appeared in my mailbox on the last day of 2012. Huzzah! I happened to have an uncut head of cauliflower, and some leftover smoked ham and sliced almonds in my fridge. The only ingredient I didn't have on hand was french bread - so I made a loaf in the bread machine. This recipe was definitely meant to be. Here's the link: www.myrecipes.com/recipe/roasted-cau li flower-soup-50400000125728/ This was my first cauliflower soup, and I really liked it. It's a bit like potato soup, but creamier, and maybe a bit thinner. The toasted almonds, ham and bread crumbs added a very nice texture and smokey flavor. I followed the recipe as written, except that I used an immersion blender to blend it. The stick blender worked fine, and I would use it again for easier clean up.
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