This week was started of by making Cauliflower cheese soup!
I absolutely love cauliflower cheese but I digest Cauliflower much better when it is in a soup, blended. I know many people with a stoma or Inflammatory Bowel Disease have the same issue so I thought this was a nice recipe to share. Many dietitians recommend a high fibre diet so if you are on a high fibre diet this could benefit you!
This is a lovely comfort food soup if you aren’t enjoying a high fibre diet or have limited foods within that diet that you can eat. It is creamy, cheesy and full of flavour!
For this recipe, you need:
- 2 peeled potatoes
- half tub of double cream
- 2 bags of mature cheddar
- 700ml (or to your taste) of vegetable stock
- salt and pepper
- 2 cauliflowers
- 1 finely chopped onion
- butter for cooking the onion
- 400ml milk
Firstly, cook the onions in butter then add chopped cauliflower, potato, milk and vegetable stock.
Simmer for 30 minutes (or until really soft) then add in cheese, cream and seasoning.
Boil at heat mark 4 for one hour and then blend to how you like!
And that’s it! Simple and prep/cook time is super quick.