Garlic lovers only! Fifty whole cloves – half roasted until deeply caramelized, half left sharply raw before pressure-cooking – make this soup very powerful.
Because this recipe is made with hardy produce that stays available through the cold season, it is an excellent candidate to accompany your winter grilled cheese sandwiches after your freezer supply of Roasted Tomato Soup runs out. Instant Pot makes it easy to pressure-cook garlic, onion, herbs, broth, and soaked dry white beans into a creamy, fiery, satisfying soup. Continue reading “[Instant Pot] 50 Clove Garlic & White Bean Soup”
Ever think about using your Instant Pot to transform fresh tomatoes into soup? Think about it! I gave it a shot for the first time this Summer, and the results blew me away: rich, velvety, and intensely flavorful.
Ever wonder why so many recipes tell you to remove the seeds and skins from tomatoes? I avoid that step whenever I can, and not just because it’s annoying… Continue reading “[Instant Pot] Roasted Tomato Soup”
Onion soup! A mid-winter wonder in which humble beginnings are conjured into something magically nourishing. Like many cooks, I cannot bear for my onion soup to stray too far from the classic… but I did want to involve my pressure cooker, so I’m sharing my methods for anyone else interested in another Julia-fueled Instant Pot adventure. Continue reading “[Instant Pot] Julia Child’s French Onion Soup”