I have entered this post in a Soup event called Soups with SS hosted by the lovely Sonal from SimplyVegeterian777 and Shruti from Cooking with SJ. You should check out both of these ladies blogs, and also the event and participate (also open to non-bloggers!!).
Here are the basic rules of the event, please visit Shruti and/or Sonal’s sites for the full set of rules :
- It’s a vegetarian event… Strictly no Non-Veg! Eggs are allowed.
- The event runs from 5th June to 5th July (US time) and it’s open for bloggers as well as non-bloggers.
- Any number of fresh/archived entries is allowed.
- First, link to Shruti’s and Sonal’s announcement in your post and then use given a linky tool to send your entry.
- One must like Cooking with SJ and SimplyVegetarian777 for a valid entry.
This classic vegetable soup is simple, however, the Roquefort (sheep milk blue cheese from South of France) gives it so much more flavor!
- 3 medium potatoes
- 3 carrots
- 3 zucchinis
- 2 stalks of celery
- 1 leek
- 1 onion
- 2 bay leaves
- A pinch of salt
- A pinch of black pepper
- 1 teaspoon of herbes de Provence
- 1 liter and half of water
- 100g of Roquefort (Stilton or Gorgonzola)
- Peel the potatoes, the onion, and the carrots.
- Wash and rinse the potatoes, the onion, the carrots and the zucchinis.
- Wash in water with a few drops of white vinegar the leek and the celery (to remove all the dirt), rinse properly.
- Cut the potatoes, the carrots, and the zucchinis into small cubes.
- Slice the onion, the leek and the celery.
- In a large cooking, pan adds all the vegetables and the 2 bay leaves.
- Add the salt, the black pepper, and the herbes de Provence.
- Pour 1 liter and half of water.
- Cook on a medium heat for 35 minutes.
- When it’s cooked, remove the bay leaves and mix the soup in a blender.
- Serve in a bowl add on the top a little of Roquefort and dust with herbes de Provence.
This soup is classic, warm and the Roquefort brings a creamy texture.
You can eat this soup without cheese too. When I cook I try to avoid the ready made stock and stock cube. If you prefer a thicker soup add less water.
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je n’avais jamais imaginé de mettre du Roquefort dans mes soupes! merci pour le partage de ta recette!
C’est avec un tres grand plaisir Margherita. J’aime bien Le Roquefort, il a un gout special mais il est vraiment bon .
Perfect for this time of year! I like the idea of adding the cheese. Yum.
Thank you. It’s very tasty with the cheese and so good.
Blue cheese is a great addition to many things – never thought of putting in vegetable soup though. Great idea.
Thank you Sally. I love when the Roquefort cheese melted, its spreads its aroma…a little treat for a classic soup.
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your soup seems to be delicious with this wether
You’re welcome and yes it is the perfect time for a warm soup. Have a nice week-end.
Reblogged this on La Petite Panière and commented:
“I have entered this post in a Soup event called Soups with SS hosted by the lovely Sonal from SimplyVegeterian777 and Shruti from Cooking with SJ. You should check out both of these ladies blogs, and also the event and participate !!!”
This is one gorgeous soup Linda. Will try soon. Thank you souch for bringing it to the event :). I really appreciate it.
Thank you so much, Sonal 🙂 Simple soup with a strong flavor of blue cheese. It was a real pleasure to participate and you’re very welcome!
I love blue cheese but never thought I could put it in a veg soup!
Thank you Sylvia 🙂 Blue cheese is perfect with this soup, a little extra but very tasty !
Your soup looks fantastic, Linda. I’ve never had roquefort in a soup!
Thank you so much Patty 🙂 The soup is simple and the Roquefort gives a nice strong flavor to this vegetable soup!
I agree Linda. Although vegetable soup is satisfying all by itself, adding Roquefort gives it so much more flavor/kick! 🙂
A wonderful one!!! So comforting and heart-warming ❤ And thanks a ton for linking it to our event 🙂 Appreciate your efforts in sharing our event details here!!!
Thank you Shruti 🙂 It’s a pleasure to share!
Another beautiful soup that is going on my list!
This is a very simple soup with just a few ingredients. Two days ago I prepared a delicious one with carrots, courgettes and turnips. I only add some garlic and olive oil for the flavor.