When I saw this picture of spring tulips with a mushroom soup, I was hooked. Two of my favorite things put together in a photo. Anne lives in Sweden, a country that I would love to visit someday.
I discover Anne’s Food blog by luck. After examining the recipes on Anne’s Food blog, I am confident that this food lover presents interesting recipes for finer everyday cooking.
I love soups and I have been scouring the Web for more recipes. Anne’s creamy mushroom soup recipe fits the bill. It looks delicious and it is simple to prepare. My preference is to go with a mix of oysters and shiitake mushrooms.
Roasted cauliflowers are all over me these past weeks. Cauliflower generally lacks taste. It is not the most very exciting ingredient. Caramelized cauliflower adds lots of desirable flavor to this plain vegetable.
The Chef at Home Michael Smith has a great recipe of roasted cauliflower with almonds. Start by drizzling one-quarter cup of olive oil over the cauliflower cut in florets. For seasoning, pour some sea salt, freshly ground pepper, a cup of almonds. Toss well and roast in a preheated oven (375 degrees F) for about 25 minutes.
Anne posted a Roasted cauliflower soup. Roasting the cauliflower add a nice flavor to this simple soup recipe. To keep with the cooking philosophy behind the Chef at Home TV show, why not plan an entire menu around roasted cauliflower tonight? Bon appétit!