Cauliflower Soup

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If you are feeling down or the weather outside is not great then don’t worry because Christy has a soup recipe that will make everything better. This cauliflower soup recipe is a great way to get a great veggie into your system and will give you that comfort you are looking for. The best cauliflower recipes start with fresh veggies and end with happy diners. There are many cauliflower cooking ideas and just as many easy homemade soups recipes. Christy offers you a cauliflower recipe that just might become a great addition to your best cauliflower recipes list.

Cauliflower soup is always warm and cheery and if you add your own spices to the mix you will soon find another one of many cauliflower-cooking ideas that suits your palate. Soups are always a great way to make use of your leftovers or you can use fresh ingredients as well. Anytime you are cooking soup you will find yourself adding ingredients that you feel happy with and if you do you quickly discover that your recipe now is unique to your own taste. Easy homemade soups recipes make you and your fellow diners able to eat something that was made and cooked by you and you will all be happy knowing all the ingredients were fresh without any preservatives.Cauliflower is the veggie that looks like a human brain and if you are a child and see it in that way you might be hesitant to bite down into it. It has been part of our epicurean circle for many years and will continue to be part of it with great recipes like this one.

The brain like cauliflower has a long history and has been added to numerous different recipes that we have all tried at least once in our lives over the years. The first recorded notation of it in history goes way back to the 6th century B.C. Since then it has been used in it’s raw form and has been also cooked. From those first humble beginnings the cauliflower made its way across the globe and has been the center of many great recipes like this one from Christy. In the 12th century when first described by the intrepid explorers there were three varieties that were told of by the Spanish explorers a shaving their beginnings in Syria. It took many more years for it to reach cookbooks and become part of many different recipes that vary from soups to casseroles. It is first recorded in the French cookbook Le Cuisinier Francois and was brought to France from Genoa. This Italian city,an old port city and 6th largest city in Italy, was the conduit that helped cauliflower make its way across Europe from there.If cauliflower is out of season in your area don’t be surprised by the high price you will pay since there are not as many farmers growing it as you might think. This recipe from Christy gives it a home in a wonderful and delicious soup. Thanks to Christy of The Girl Who Ate Everything Blog fro this yummy Cauliflower Soup recipe that gives cauliflower another home and bon apetit.**

Nutrition Facts for: Cauliflower Soup From The Girl Who Ate Everything
Ingredients: Cauliflower, carrot, celery, onion, water, chicken bouillon cube, butter, all-purpose flour, salt, pepper, milk, cheddar cheese, hot pepper sauce.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 166, Calories from Fat 94, Total Fat 10.4g 16%, Saturated Fat 6.5g 32%, Cholesterol 31mg 10%, Sodium 193mg 8%, Potassium 397mg 11%, Carbohydrates 11.8g 4%, Dietary Fiber 2.9g 12%, Sugars 5.7g, Protein 8.0g, Vitamin A 32%, Vitamin C 82%, Calcium 20%, Iron 4%

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