Thank you for this great recipe. It was easy and turned out well for me. I did add 1/3 of a cup of flour to thicken the soup. This is the second time I've made this soup. The only thing is I wish it had a stronger cauliflower flavor. I will try getting organic cauliflower next time. I did a search for cauliflower flavored seasoning and didn't find anything. <br/><br/>Thank you again,<br/>timoo7
Thank you so much for the delicious soup! I changed it just a little to suit ingredients at hand...used a golden cauliflower from the Farmers Market. 4 cups of vegetable broth and 2 cups of half-and-half. It was still plenty rich and a wonderful texture. The homemade croutons and chopped chives are great garnishes for this that add texture and flavor. I will definitely make this again. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
10/08/2010 I printed this recipe, went into my yard and picked my last cauliflower, and I made this soup. My wife loved it and so did I. It was sooo good. I can't wait untill next year to grow cauliflower again. fresh grown cauliflower and fresh homemade soup on a cool fall day, now that is living.
YUMMY!!! I followed the instructions except for where I cooked it, and what cream I used. I did my onions on the stove, the poured them into my crock pot and cooked on low all day with all the other ingredients. Had to add a little salt for flavor, I did NOT use the coriander as I was out of it, but it didn't need it. I only used 1 head of cauliflower, only florets. OH, didn't use leeks, I used 2 cups chopped sweet onions. I pureed it a bit in my blender, but it had a better consistency with out pureeing. The cauliflower just melts in your mouth. Everyone was so surprised a cauliflower soup could taste so good. THANK YOU! I have a friend from Poland that made a soup like this and it was heaven. This wasn't the same, but very similar.