It was good. The only thing I did differently was added 4 celery sticks. I didn't use all the liquid as I wanted a thicker soup. Sort of tasted like potato soup.
I thought this was ok. Not bad...
This was a great soup for a cold day. I was so happy to see that it didn't need any extra's (cheese-creams-flour) of any sort to thicken this soup. I most always follow a recipe, but with this one I used chicken broth, and added to bay leaf to the mix while boiling, and removed before puree it.
I love it when a dish is simple to make, healthy, and tasty, and this was all those things! The only change I made was I used 2 cups of vegetable broth and 4 cups of water, as that's all the broth I had on hand, but it still came out very nicely. The texture was really great; I had imagined this would be a thicker soup, like when you puree potatoes, but this was much thinner and I really enjoyed it. This is a keeper.
Cannot say enough good things about this soup. It is simply delish!
I love how simple this is! I had to make it more comlex however. I actually roasted my cauliflower, but did everything else by the recipe. Out of the 3 soups I made today my cauliflower disliking DH actually chose this one! So there ya go! Winner.
We enjoyed this soup so much!! I used all vegetable broth and did not use water. I also allowed the soup to cook down to thicken a bit after it was all together with the pureed vegetables. Otherwise made as directed, leaving a few of the carrots in cut-up pieces. This recipe is so simple to put together in no time at all. We will look forward to enjoying it again. Thanks so much, Vicki J!
This was SUPER-FANTASTIC!! And to be so low fat and fast, I am amazed! I left part of the chunks in it, and it was super!!! I doubled it, and added in 2 stalks of celery. It needed very little salt and pepper, and I will be making this on many cold nights! Thanks so much for an amazing recipe!
Didn't like this much.