cosy up with a warming bowl of soup | The Tool Shed
cosy up with a warming bowl of soup
As we pack away our suncream, paddling pools and barbeques it’s time to embrace all the wonderful things about the autumn and winter months. Cosy knitted jumpers, roaring fires and those beautiful frosty mornings. Of course, as the temperature drops, so does our desire for food typically enjoyed during the summer months, such as salad or barbecued food. Instead we seek out warming stews, family roasts and hearty soups.
At Sous Vide Tools we have created some delicious soups that, made using a water bath are really easy to prepare and taste fantastic. If you’ve never made soup sous vide before, then take a look at some of the recipes below. We are sure that you will feel inspired and because soup is so versatile, if we use something you do not like simply adjust the ingredients to suit your own preferences!
SOUS VIDE CHICKEN SOUP
This classic soup takes just six simple steps to prepare and uses mostly store-cupboard ingredients so you can have it rustled up and on the table in no time. As nutritious as it is delcious we can almost guarantee that it will be enjoyed by everyone.
Serve on it’s own as a light meal or starter, or with your favourite sandwiches for a more substantial lunch.
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PARMESAN VEGETABLE MINESTONE
This filling soup is definitely one of our favourites. Not only does it pack a real punch in the flavour department but it is also easy to prepare and takes just one hour to cook sous vide!
The parmesan adds an elegant twist to this Italian classic and really complements the flavours but if you enjoy different ingredients when making minestrone soup then we would love to hear about it.
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BORSCHT SOUS VIDE STYLE
Borscht is a vibrant soup made with beetroot and originates from Eastern Europe. Thanks to its delicious flavour and massive nutritional qualities it is deservedly experiencing international popularity as a restaurant starter, snack or tasty lunchtime meal.
It can be eaten hot or cold, making it a meal to tantalise tastebuds all year round, and because it takes little or no effort to make you really will be adding it to you menu every week of the year!