Made as a test-run for the holidays -- this is a great soup & much easier recipe to prep than the Williams-Sonoma version. Agree you should check the onion/carrot rather than go by CL's oven time. Roasted all one day & held in the broth. Blended and re-heated the next day. Small portion size; the whipped cream & thyme leaves make a yummy presentation.Read More
Hi, I was wondering can you refrigerate the soup to be served at a later time, is that what you did for your party? Thanks!
This soup tastes amazing, has a super creamy texture, and even better, is super easy to prepare. As another reviewer noted, it took less time to roast the onions and carrot that indicated in the recipe, about 25 minutes for mine (although I did cut them up smaller than was really necessary), and you do need to let the blender run for a while to get it smooth.Since I was planning on most of the soup being eaten as leftovers, I didn't whip the cream, and instead just stirred it into the soup at the end of cooking it. It reheats well in the microwave (on 50%, about 1.5 to 2.5 minutes). My soup did not, however, turn out orange as in the picture, but more of a gravy-brown. I don't know if that was due to my using a purple carrot (what I had on hand) or some other factor. Nevertheless, the taste was outstanding.Read More
One of my supper club mates made this recipe for dinner tonight and it was INCREDIBLE!! It was mouth-watering and each of us were wanting to lick out the bottoms of our bowls!! She said it was easy to make, and the taste was delicious! She found roasted chestnuts at Trader Joe's in the refrigerated section. $4 for 6oz (recipe calls for 1 pound, so you'll need to pick up several boxes). They were in a box, then vacuum sealed in a bag inside (not jarred).Read More
I just finished making this soup for a dinner party tomorrow evening. I have not added the cream and thyme but even without it...YUM! What flavor. It took less time to roast the onion,carrot mixture than stated. It took awhile to get the soup all blended without any chunks. But I just kept blending. I did half the recipe. I will be making this for the Holidays for sure. Something different.Read More