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Pureed Broccoli Soup

EatingWell on a Budget (2010), January/February 2011

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (125 votes)

Try this easy broccoli soup alongside grilled cheese sandwiches or as a starter for a simple supper.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Easy to make and delicious. Needed a bit more spice so added extra thyme (dried), pepper and a dash of dried parsley flakes, (in addition to fresh parsley and thyme) "
Pureed Broccoli Soup Recipe

11 Reviews for Pureed Broccoli Soup

03/24/2014
Anonymous
Good but nor very" brocolly -ish "- flavor are healthy but somewhat off to me.

Ok green soup -- would like more punched -up flavor to encourage the brocolli flavor.

QUick and easy,
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09/21/2013
Anonymous
Modified and was amazing!

I modified this recipe a bit because I like to make bigger batches, to last a whole week. I used 32 oz of frozen broccoli, and added 1 bunch of kale and 1 chopped carrot to the base. I increased the chicken broth to 8 cups and used 4 garlic cloves and 2 onions for increased flavor. I also used both fresh thyme and parsley. The flavor is amazing - I made a spicy turkey sausage to add on top of the soup, and the combo is over-the-top. With the meat, kale, and additional broccoli this soup is very filling and still healthy.

EASY
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08/12/2013
Anonymous
Omit water

Delicious! I made it as the recipe stated but left out the water. The consistency & seasonings were perfect.

I didn't even add the half-and-half; it really didn't need it.

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12/07/2012
Anonymous
EXCELLENT

very filling and heartwarming soup, must for veggie lovers! i didn't add celery, thyme or half and half and it still tasted great (my veg stock did have bay leaf, clove and ginger)

filling, great taste
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05/20/2012
Anonymous
Yummy!

Might have been user error, but my batch separated a lot. I like the chunkiness so I didn't have a problem with draining some of the broth.

Delicious, especially for how healthy it is
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