Crema de temporada con cheddar
Un platillo sencillo creado con sabores de otoño. Compleméntelo con una ensalada de verduras de hoja aderezada con nuestra vinagreta básica.
- 2 tazas (480 ml) de caldo de verduras o de pollo
- 2 cucharadas (30 ml) de vino blanco
- ¼ (40 g) de cebolla mediana
- ½ (50 g) rama de apio
- 2 manzanas (400 g) Granny Smith partidas a la mitad y sin corazón
- 1 papa mediana (285 g) marrón rojiza cocida
- ⅛ de cucharadita de tomillo seco
- ⅛ de cucharadita de nuez moscada molida
- ⅛ de cucharadita de pimienta negra molida
- ½ cucharadita de sal (opcional)
- 1 taza (115 g) de queso cheddar rallado (opcional)
- Introduzca el caldo, el vino, la cebolla, el apio, las manzanas, la papa, el tomillo, la nuez moscada, la pimienta y la sal en el vaso de la Vitamix en el orden indicado y cierre bien la tapa.
- Encienda la licuadora en la velocidad más baja y luego increméntela hasta llegar a la máxima. Licúe durante 5 minutos y 45 segundos o hasta que empiece a salir mucho vapor a través de la tapa. Reduzca la velocidad a 3 y retire el tapón de la tapa.
- Introduzca el queso a través de la abertura del tapón de la tapa. Licúe durante 10 segundos más.
Notas del chef
- Decore con crema ácida y cuadritos de manzana.
- El color de la sopa puede variar en función del tipo de manzanas y queso que utilice.
- La papa debe hornearse y los vegetales deben estar crudos.
- Si cuece todos los ingredientes de antemano, el sabor de la crema será más dulce.
- En esta crema debe destacar el sabor de la manzana, que le da un intenso dulzor; para obtener un sabor más sustancioso, use 1 manzana.
- Al final, sazone al gusto con más especias, hierbas y queso.
|Tamaño de la porción||1 porción (310 g)|
|Cantidad por porción|
|Grasas saturadas||2 g|
|Fibra dietética||4 g|
Harvest Cheddar Soup is rated out of 5 by 29.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MacGuffin from Superb Comfort Soup First, a few minor tweaks. I sautéed the apple, celery, and onions in a little oil, then deglazed the pan with the wine (I only had extra-dry sherry on hand--it's okay as a substitute). I also substituted poultry seasoning for the thyme because thyme is its principal ingredient, plus it was what I had on hand. After Step 4, I poured the soup base into a heated container, THEN added the grated cheese--easier cleanup. The soup was delicious; however, I think one Granny will be tastier, and 1 ½ potatoes while blending will result in a texture more to my preference (a bit thinner), with the other ½ pulsed in at the end to add some "chunk." Yukon Golds are a good choice because they're very creamy and the skins, if you use them, won't discolor the soup. I noticed that a "plug" formed at the top of the container while the contents blended, so I used the tamper a few times for a perfect blend.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by Mntnmama49 from Apple is prominent Having read several of the reviews about the apple overtaking the flavor, I used two VERY small, rather tart apples from a tree in my own yard... I was surprised how much of the flavor, even with the cheese, was apple based. Don't get me wrong, I love apples with cheese, but with addition of the strong bitterness of the 'raw' onion, it was not that same flavor profile. I ended up adding about 12 small carrots, some ginger for heat, and some more cheese before I was satisfied with the overall taste. If I used this recipe again, I would saute the onion, or omit it all together. I did love the texture!
Date published: 2019-09-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by Didi81 from Rich & Dynamic Flavor Delish! Made it for the first time and loved it. Second time, I had no granny smith apples so I substituted a sweeter variety. DO NOT make that mistake. It was waaaay too sweet. Oops.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by thewonderninja from Family Favorite Don't shy away from this delicious soup. The flavor is a little complex but very tasty. We make it at least once a week!
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shellydh from 2 thumb up!! We have been making this recipe for at least 2 years and it's the bomb.
Date published: 2016-11-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by Steelyb14 from This is a favorite of ours We made it for our families and both had seconds and one hates soup. It was nice to know we were giving a healthier option to our families. It is one we make once a week. We used a Gala apple it's what we had on hand. I do like the idea of adding a half of a potato at the end with the pulse. One of our favorites.
Date published: 2017-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Michal from New household staple This recipe takes a little bit of prep work, but is so worth it. My husband and I both love this.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by ChristinaL from Apples are a NO Followed the recipe exactly. The taste of this soup is so strange as it has just as many Granny Smith apples as potatoes. I would throw out the white wine and replace two potatoes with the two apples.
Date published: 2017-12-29