Eight days ago, when I went home to my parents to spend some days there for Easter, I made soup. This became so good, I had to make it again. I’m not good at making all sorts of soups, at least not from scratch. One soup that I feel fairly confident in making is a vegetable soup with sausages in it. That soup is so very simple, so down to earth, but oh so good.
What you need is some stocking, potatoes, carrots, leek, sausage (I prefere a smokes sausage), salt and pepper. You can also add other vegetables like swede, peas and green beans. If you are vegetarian, you can easily skip the sausage. You can even make half the soup vegetarian and half with the sausage.
I don’t have any measures of how much of each you need. I just take a little bit of each. But I make sure I take enough so I at least have some leftovers for one day. The soup is bette the second day.
This is the simple steps:
- Add water and broth in a casserole. Let that boil.
- Chop carrots and potatoes in pieces and let them boil until they are tender.
- Chop up the saugsage and the leek in pieces.
- Add everything into the stocking. Season it with salt and pepper.
- Let the soup simmer for a while, until the the sausage is warm and the leek is tender.
I always eat the soup with some flatbread aside.
Here are some photos from the process of making the soup to the soup is ready and happily inside a bowl of mine.
You know the soup is spicy enough when you need to drink half a litre of water after you’ve done devouring the soup! Yum!
Next soup I’m going to make is fish soup. I’m not sure I’ll do it from scratch though. I’m not that good cook. If any has a good recipe for a great fish soup, feel free to share / direct me in that direction.