Soup is on the menu

Goulash or broth, velouté or gazpacho, Thermomix® can make soup as you like it, leaving you to finish it off with your favourite toppings and garnishes.

There's a soup for every occasion

Which Thermomix® soup for today?

Perfect as a starter, when served in small portions: a light broth or smooth cream soup awakens the appetite without lying heavy on the stomach. Hearty lentil or meat stews, served with dumplings or crusty bread, make a satisfying main dish. In the cold of winter, soups made from root vegetables keep off the cold and nourish body and soul. In summer, a cool gazpacho or vichyssoise are refreshing and light.

Elegant soups - blended to velvety smoothness...

Hearty soups - satisfy your hunger

6 tips for making your own soups

With Thermomix®, making soup has never been so easy:

1) Chop and mince vegetables for a few seconds on speed 4 or 5, depending on whether you want to keep large pieces
2) Sauté the chopped vegetables in a little oil or butter to release aromatic flavours
3) Cook in broth or water. Precise temperature control ensures you’ll have no boiling over
4) Steam meat, fish, extra vegetables or dumplings in Varoma while the soup cooks, to add to the soup or for the next course. Learn more about multi-level cooking here.
5) To thicken your soup, add a small quantity of potatoes or rice, or ground pulses such as chickpeas (no soaking needed, grind them into flour in Thermomix®)
6) Blend to the smoothest of velvety textures – Thermomix® is famous for its powerful blending – or keep it chunky.

Keep in mind: when you blend hot liquids, increase the speed gradually to avoid sudden splashing.

If you’re new to making soups in Thermomix®, learn the basics with these two classics:

Style your soup

To add flavour to your soup, swirl cream, drizzle extra virgin olive oil, sprinkle fresh chopped herbs or spring onions, add a spoonful of pesto or grate some Parmesan. For extra crunch, oven-toasted croutons are easy to make from bread rubbed with garlic, dried herbs and olive oil. Toasted pumpkin seeds, fresh sugar-snap peas or pan-fried bacon or ham cubes add interesting texture in addition to flavour. Finally dumplings, whether Eastern European or Asian, make the soup positively festive!

Toppings take the soup to the next level

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