It’s always the same after returning from vacation: Tons of laundry has to be done and the garden needs attention. The weather is just fine for using the eco-friendly solar dryer and it is fun to do the garden work. So I let the slow cooker do the work in the kitchen on its own and let it cook a
Broccoli Soup with Garlic and Olive Oil
Although my sons are not huge fans of broccoli, they ate without any comment, because the soup didn’t have any chunks. I used my lemon thyme to season the soup.
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|Title:||Slow-Cooked Broccoli Soup with Garlic and Olive Oil|
|Categories:||Slow Cooker, Crockpot|
|1.35||kg||Broccoli, 2 bunches|
|110||grams||Olive oil, 1/2 cup, 120 ml|
|2||teasp.||Chopped fresh thyme or marjoram|
|1/2||teasp.||Dried thyme or marjoram|
|1 1/2||liters||Vegetable or chicken broth, 6 cups|
|60||ml||Dry white wine|
|2||tablesp.||Fresh lemon juice|
|Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste|
|Toasted slices of French bread|
|Freshly grated parmesan cheese|
Not Your Mother’s Slow Cooker Cookbook *
|Edited *RK* 04/26/2009 by|
1. To prepare the broccoli, cut off the florets and chop them.Trim off the bottom 2 inches of each stem, peel the stems, and thinly slice. Combine the broccoli, oil, garlic, thyme, broth, wine, and lemon juice in the slow cooker. Cover and cook on LOW for 5 to 6 hours.
2. With the back of a large spoon, mash some of the broccoli against the side of the cooker; the soup will be chunky. Or for a smooth soup, puree with a handheld immersion blender or transfer to a food processor or blender and puree in batches. Season with salt and pepper. Serve in bowls, passing the toast and Parmesan.
::Prep Time: 15 mins
:COOKER: 6,5 l
:COOK TIME: 5 to 6 hours
This is my 14th post for Debbie’s Souper Sunday
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Schade, wenn’s keine Kommentare gibt. Meine mögen zum Glück gern Brokkoli.
Ich war froh, denn so „mögen“ die jungen Herren offensichtlich den verhassten Brokkoli
Ich liebe ja meinen Crockpot, so eine Suppe würde ich dann aber doch lieber schnell im Normal-Kochtopf köcheln.
It looks wonderful, especially with the lemon-thyme in it. Thanks for joining us at Souper Sundays!
Your soup looks delicious. Great ingredients!
Simple yet… a precious one to keep. Looks super appetizing! I’m stealing this one and its going to my classics files! Thnkas for sharing, Ulrike!