It’s soup season – I’m sure we are all feeling the cold in one way or another. My neck of the woods may be feeling the cold in an extreme way this weekend; current forecasts are predicting a very good chance of up to 2 feet of snow, starting on Friday!
Last year 8 inches of snow was the most I’d seen in my lifetime; due to the whole being born in California and raised in Mississippi, snow was not something I’d spent a lot of time in. Almost two years in Virginia has changed that pretty dramatically and I’m not a fan of driving in the snow…so hopefully I’ll be able to curl up with a bowl of soup and just watch the snow. Hopefully.
|There isn’t much to it – I promise!|
A few months ago at my birthday tea, we were served Roasted Red Pepper Bisque and it was absolutely to die for. I’ve been on a recipe hunt ever since and found this one online… It wasn’t quite like the soup we had at tea, but it was still delicious all the same. There are very few ingredients and it’s very easy to make.
|Red peppers, onions & garlic smell absolutely amazing cooking!|
|Before the puree…and after the puree… Such a pretty color!|
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|Watson…trying to convince me he loves veggies & wants a taste. Ha!|
See what I mean – easy! A completely easy recipe with good ingredients and a delicious, creamy finish. Perhaps it’s not too cold where you live…and perhaps you’re reading this and expecting just as much (or more) snow than I am. Either way, you should whip up a batch of this soup and enjoy!