If you’re short on ideas for an appetizer, you might want to consider making a soup at home. It’s light, it warms the body, and the right ones are absolutely delicious. I have a whole cabinet full of recipes and I’d like to share some ideas with you.
Depending on what it’s in it, a good soup can vary in both consistency and taste. I’ve been cooking soups for years now, and I’m going to share a few ideas with you if you’re bored at home with the same old soups. There are plenty of ideas that you’ve probably never even thought about.
Butternut squash is a great soup, but I like mine even more with apples in it. Mincing some apples with this soup makes it delicious, but I’d go one step further and puree them. This is one of my favorite soups out there and I believe you’ll love it too.
If you like cream of broccoli soup, I can tell you that it goes even better with cheese. Not just ordinary melted cheese, but a bread accent that’s flavored with cheese. Croutons are the best natural fit here, and the melted cheese inside the hot soup really makes it interesting.
If you’re a fan of potatoes, try throwing a nugget into the middle of a cream of potato soup. Not only does it add to the flavor, but it gives your soup a great texture, as the warm potato will really enhance the overall experience.
4. Pumpkin soup. A great option for the fall holiday, and a tasty treat as well. Add some spices into this one for an extra touch. It can be served both hot and cold, and I’d suggest sprinkling in a bit of pepper or other seasoning to give it an extra kick.
The final soup on my list is a cabbage soup with carrots, potatoes, celery, and crumbled blue cheese. This is my number one soup, and it wins me the most praise every time it’s served.
Well, I hope I’ve inspired you in one way or another. Most importantly, have some fun and always test the limits.