Broccoli Almond Soup

Try this Broccoli Almond soup, for a simple and easy weeknight dinner option that’s a boon for those gloomy days and nippy weather. Nutritious, healthy and flavourful, this is the ultimate comfort food for those weeknight dinners. With just a few ingredients, this soup can be made in 40 minutes. Pair it with a light salad or bread sticks.

Broccoli Almond Soup - Slurpy Platter

I love soups and I can slurp into a big bowl of it at any time of the day. Even when I go to restaurants, I begin my meal with a soup instead of an oily starter. It is so comforting, soothing and a boon for the nippy weather in Bangalore that we’re currently experiencing.

I had this soup at a restaurant near my place, which was just out of the world. I couldn’t wait to try my hands on making them at home and thus this broccoli soup was born.

Broccoli Almond Soup - Slurpy Platter

 

It is healthy, easy and quick, so what’s not to love about this soup? If you’re not a big fan of broccoli you can try this Tomato and Basil Soup too, which is quite a cake walk.

Broccoli Almond Soup - Slurpy Platter
Broccoli Almond Soup in 30 Minutes
Try this Broccoli Almond soup, for a simple and easy weeknight dinner option that's a boon for those gloomy days and nippy weather. Nutritious, healthy and flavourful, this is the ultimate comfort food for those weeknight dinners.
Broccoli Almond Soup - Slurpy Platter
Broccoli Almond Soup in 30 Minutes
Try this Broccoli Almond soup, for a simple and easy weeknight dinner option that's a boon for those gloomy days and nippy weather. Nutritious, healthy and flavourful, this is the ultimate comfort food for those weeknight dinners.
Servings Prep Time
4 10Minutes
Cook Time
30Minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 10Minutes
Cook Time
30Minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Begin by Washing and cutting the broccoli into florets and dip them into hot boiling water. Add a pinch of salt and cover it with a lid. Simmer for 5-10 minutes until the broccoli looks slightly tender and boiled.
  2. In a frying pan, add 1/2 a tbsp olive oil and roast the onions and garlic till they turn slightly brown. Allow it to cool.
  3. Now, add the almonds, broccoli, roasted onion and garlic into a mixer and grind to a semi-coarse paste. (Add, water only if necessary)
  4. Add 1/2 tbsp olive oil in a frying pan and add the ground mixture to it, gradually add milk and give it a stir on medium low flame.
  5. Once it starts boiling, grate/add the cheese over it and give it a quick stir again until it thickens a bit. Transfer it to a serving bowl and season it with extra herbs if you prefer.
  6. Enjoy while it's hot with croutons or a slice of toasted baguette.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *