It’s your lucky day! We’ve got piping-hot Irish Creamy Cauliflower Soup on the menu!
Just look at this silky-smooth cup of soup made with cauliflower, leeks, potatoes, and sharp Irish cheese.
You want to dive right in, right?
I’ve always been impressed with the things the Irish can do with the most humble of vegetables.
Today’s Irish Creamy Cauliflower Soup is a perfect example of Irish culinary ingenuity. It’s rustic, yet rich and elegant, with an underlying tang of aged cheese.
To make Irish Creamy Cauliflower Soup, simply sauté onions and leeks in butter. Then add cauliflower and one russet potato, and boil in broth.
Once the cauliflower and potato are soft, puree the soup and stir in shredded cheese. The potato acts as the glue that binds the cauliflower and cheese together into a creamy soup that tastes of Ireland!
Add a little dill to freshen up the flavor and you have an irresistible Irish Creamy Cauliflower Soup that would make a fabulous addition to your Saint Patrick’s Day menu.
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