Plagued By Dumbasses

September 12, 2006

Hot, smooth and green

Filed under: Culinary Chronicles — by gresmer @ 10:00 pm

MMMMMM, broccoli soup.  There is something very comforting about a big bowl of homemade soup on a cold and rainy evening.  It was such a cold and dreary day today that I needed something to pick me up and on my way home I decided that a nice bowl of homemade broccoli soup was just the thing I needed.  Yummy!

4 Comments »

  1. Sounds yummy! Did you make it? Care to share the recipe? I love soup!!

    Comment by Wendy — September 13, 2006 @ 7:33 am |Reply

  2. I did make it actually. It is so easy. Cut up an onion and throw it in a pot. Add as much broccoli as you want. I used 6 stalks with one large onion. Then throw in about 4 cups or so of chicken stock (or vegetable stock if you aren’t into birds). I use one carton of the Campbell’s stock.

    Then I boil it until the onion and broccoli are cooked and then puree it (because I like creamy soups). You can then also add some cream to make it extra yummy. And when I am feeling like an extra treat I serve it with some grated cheddar on top.

    Sooooooo good!! And the process from start to finish only takes about a half hour.

    Comment by Gwen — September 13, 2006 @ 11:14 am |Reply

  3. 6 whole heads of broccoli? am i interpretting that right?

    Comment by Wendy — September 13, 2006 @ 11:31 am |Reply

  4. Well they weren’t very big. You can pretty much just throw in however much broccoli you want I guess. The more broccoli the thicker the soup.

    Comment by Gwen — September 13, 2006 @ 12:00 pm |Reply


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