It would not have been my first choice, I admit, and it turned out to be a very good surprise.
I made a big pot of it and it went in no time. It even has a slightly sweet smell to it whenever re-heated the next day -and not because I added any kind of sugar to it, I didn't (though it could be because I typically use coconut oil to sauté my veggies). Regardless, very nice with a bowl of greens and slice of homemade bread.
- 1 bunch White Onions, or 1 med Onion
- 2 Garlic Cloves
- 3-4 C Veggie Broth
- 1 head Cauliflower
- 1 med-lrg Potato
- salt, pepper
2. Pour in veggie broth, chopped cauliflower and potato, and bring to boil. Cover, simmer for 20 mn. or so until tender.
***Quick TIP: Whenever a recipe calls for adding broth mid-stream, I turn on the heat under the kettel while "sauté-ing" (is that allowed?) the first ingredients, then pour the hot water into the pot/pan so as not to suddenly cool everything down.***
Once ready, you can either run half or all of the soup through the blender for a smooth texture, or you can smash it in the pot -which is what I did this time around, because I have this really cool "Smasher" tool and wanted to play with it, and I do generally prefer my soup with texture.
still, it did taste really good! Really!
(taken pre-smashing... :p)