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Delicious Cream Of Broccoli Soup

Need a yummy easy soup recipe for a cold afternoon? Or a bowl of comfort food that always makes you feel like you are home? This recipe is bound to fit the bill! Try our delicious cream of broccoli soup. It will chase away the chill and make you feel like you are home with grandma’s old fashioned cream of broccoli soup.

 

Photo shows a white bowl on a painted white wooden surface. The bowl is filled with hot cream of broccoli soup. A large bowled soup spoon is sitting next to it on a napkin that is white with a medium gray striping on it. To the left are pieces of broccoli and a little vessel with oil and some spices on it. recipe by rosevinecottagegirls.com

 

Delicious Cream of Broccoli Soup Recipe

 

 

Ingredients:

1/2 Cup Organic Butter
1 Cup Organic Flour
2 Cups Organic Milk
6 Cups Organic Broth
2 Cups Organic Broccoli

 

Directions:

In a large pan melt butter, add flour. Stir in milk and broth. Cook stirring constantly until mixture is slightly thickened. Meanwhile steam broccoli until tender. Add the steamed broccoli to soup.
 
If you are using bread bowls cut the middle of your bread out and ladle soup into the inside. We like to add a touch of hot sauce to ours but either way is delicious!
 

Mrs. Cottage's Cream of Broccoli Soup

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Make a big pot of Mrs. Cottage's cream of broccoli soup tonight for dinner. In a bread bowl, your favorite bowl or a big mug, it is delicious comfort in a bowl. Try it here.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Cup Butter (We like to use grass fed butter but you use what you have.)
  • 1 Cup Unbleached Flour (organic if you have it)
  • 2 Cups Milk  (we like to use organic or goats milk from our herd)
  • 6 Cups Organic Broth (we use chicken broth for the light taste)
  • 2 Cups Organic Broccoli You can make your broccoli as large or small as you like it. We like them roughly chopped not too small but If you wanted to you could even run it in the food processor for really small bits of broccoli.
  • Your favorite cheese. This is just delightful sprinkled in your soup at the end when it is about ready to serve.

Instructions

    In a large pan melt butter, and add flour. Stir in milk and broth. Cook stirring constantly until the mixture is slightly thickened. Meanwhile steam broccoli until tender. Add the steamed broccoli to soup.
    If you are using bread bowls cut the middle of your bread out and ladle soup into the inside. We like to add a touch of hot sauce to ours but either way is delicious!
    If you don't have the organic ingredients, then just use what you have. 🙂

 

Cream of Broccoli Soup

  • 1/2 Cup Butter (We like to use grass fed butter but you use what you have.)
  • 1 Cup Unbleached Flour (organic if you have it)
  • 2 Cups Milk  (we like to use organic or goats milk from our herd)
  • 6 Cups Organic Broth (we use chicken broth for the light taste)
  • 2 Cups Organic Broccoli You can make your broccoli as large or small as you like it. We like them roughly chopped not too small but If you wanted to you could even run it in the food processor for really small bits of broccoli.
  • Your favorite cheese. This is just delightful sprinkled in your soup at the end when it is about ready to serve.
  1. In a large pan melt butter, add flour. Stir in milk and broth. Cook stirring constantly until mixture is slightly thickened. Meanwhile steam broccoli until tender. Add the steamed broccoli to soup.
  2. If you are using bread bowls cut the middle of your bread out and ladle soup into the inside. We like to add a touch of hot sauce to ours but either way is delicious!
  3. If you don’t have the organic ingredients, then just use what you have. 🙂
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