Soup Maker Broccoli And Stilton Soup Recipe
Soup maker Broccoli And Stilton Soup Recipe. Creamy broccoli and stilton soup cooked in the soup maker. Perfect for leftover stilton or any other blue cheeses. Freezer friendly and full of flavour.
Soup Maker Broccoli Stilton Soup Ingredients:
Pour into your soup maker 300ml of cold water.
Remove the leaves and any big stalks from the broccoli and chop into small florets. Load them into the soup maker.
Add about 90% of your stilton to the soup maker, along your garlic and seasonings.
Place the lid on the soup maker and cook for 28 minutes.
Once the soup maker beeps that it is done, decide how much water is left and add enough extra water to make it into a creamy broccoli soup. Using the blender setting, blend the soup until smooth.
Crumble in the rest of your stilton and serve warm.
Broccoli is incredibly thick when making into a soup. Therefore, you need a lot more water in a broccoli soup compared to making pumpkin or a tomato soup.
What I did was cook the broccoli stilton soup with 300ml of water, then when it was cooked and during the blending process, I added another 200ml. But it depends on how much broccoli you have, to how thick you want it to how much water you will need.
Want to freeze your soup maker broccoli stilton soup? Wait until it is cool and place into freezer containers, such as this one from Ikea that we like to use.
Calories: 149kcal | Carbohydrates: 9g | Protein: 10g | Fat: 9g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 23mg | Sodium: 468mg | Potassium: 402mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 998IU | Vitamin C: 82mg | Calcium: 256mg | Iron: 3mg
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