18 Reviews

Nice dish! It takes me more than one hour, but it's worth it. The Worcestershire sauce really gives it what it needs. I melted some cheddar 5 min before serving.

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Izzy Knight March 10, 2002

Very good. I used 6 cups chicken broth to cook the vegetables, and added a teaspoon of minced garlic. The nutmeg adds a nice taste. This makes a nice smooth soup with a good flavor.

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MizzNezz June 17, 2002

Very rich tasting soup and a good flavor. I used 6 cups of the chicken broth and the cream when I made this.

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Charlotte J March 09, 2002

Instead of the cream I used fat free sour cream I had in the fridge, and because I had no nutmeg I used dill instead. Loved it!

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TrevK August 03, 2009

Very tasty without lots of fat! I used 1/2 cup of fat free half and half in place of the light cream. I went with 5 cups of broth; that seemed to make the perfect consistancy for me. The celery and worcestershire give this soup a nice flavor boost that many cauliflower soups lack. Thanx for sharing this great soup!

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*Parsley* September 03, 2007

This was a very tasty soup and easy to make. I pureed mine with an immersion blender and it was even easier and faster to get on the table. I liked the texture very much, not too heavy at all. I also served mine with a little parmesan and green onion on top. It goes great with a baguette or some hearty crackers. I'll make it again for sure!

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claudiansatx January 18, 2014

My favorite soup ever. I used a l/2 cup of lactose free milk and pureed with an immersion blender right in the pot and it came out thick and creamy. many thanks for a great and simple recipe.

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Chef Jenniemac December 31, 2012

Searching for low calorie, high flavor recipes and this definitely hits the spot. I did not use cream, but did add a small amt. of non-fat instant milk while blending. Thanks for the new addition to my favorites!

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skcrowley January 30, 2012

Nice, easy, simple, clean flavors. Very delish!

Note: I did use the cream (but heavy cream) - but I had a very large head of cauliflower. Also 6 cups of stock, plenty of salt and pepper for seasoning and I added to changes.

I added a little fresh parsley to the soup and garnished with just a few scallions. Also, I added 2 tablespoons of potato flakes, it is a natural thickener and added some good flavor to the soup. However, it would be just as good without it.

Very nice recipe

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SarasotaCook May 14, 2011

For awhile we were eating this soup weekly as it became my mother-in-laws favorite recipe - she lives with us. We follow the recipe minus the cream. Sometimes we improvise according to what ingredients are available. Today we'll add mushrooms to the mix. It qualifies for 2 veggie exchanges.

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