Hello may I request a soup recipe + very cursed fact?
How to make red soup
3 tomatoes large - sliced and diced. VERY ROUGHLY
2 carrots large - scrubbed and sliced. The fuck you mean you don't scrub your carrots?! What are you a fucking animal?!
1/2 beet medium - peeled and sliced
4 - 5 cloves garlic - peeled. If you dunno what's a clove it's like this little crescent looking thing when you chop garlic. 🌙
1 tsp basil dried. Basil is obnoxious fucking rich people ingredient. You don't need it gurl.
1 green chilli Jalapeno pepper, chopped ofc (optional, If you wanna turn eating soup into a masochistic activity or a competitive sport go off queen) .
4 cups ocean sauce water.
1 tbsp flour. Any kind of flour. All kinds of flour you crazy manic. chick pea flour, wheat flour, corn flour. Soup is your artsy canvas baby
1 tsp cooking oil.
Salt n pepper .
basil . Fresh leaves to garnish. If you're a fancy classy rich bitch then go to town on your fancy shmancy FrEsH lEaVeS GaRnIsH
LET'S GET RIGHT THE FUCK DOWN TO BUSINESS!
In a pressure cooker or a regular pan if you're a normal person and not fucking Jamie Oliver or something , heat 1 tsp of oil. Throw in the garlic crescent things. Garlic younglings. The garlic cloves, whatever they're called. After a few seconds, transfer in all chopped veggie pals along with dried basil (BLEH) and chopped green Chilli (if you're a psychopath) .
Sauté this mix for a minute or so (saute is French for "frying") . Add 2 cups water and a tsp of salt. You can microwave this or boil it for 30-45 minutes to achieve the mushed up consistency of sloppy mud pie.
Once the cooker has cooled, drain the contents through a colander (its like a spaghetti strainer for other stuff besides spaghetti) put all the liquid aside cuz you'll need it for the recipe later. . Put in the vegetable mush into a blender with some water to make a very fine veggie juice.
Empty the juice into a saucepan, add the liquid you set aside from before (I told you you'd need it later) and the remaining 2 cups of water. Make the fucker boil.
Put the flour in a few tbsp of fresh water so you can get flour putty and pour it into the boiling soup to thicken it further.
After simmering for a couple of minutes, remove the saucepan from heat. Check for salt. Season with some freshly ground black pepper and garnish with fresh basil leaves from your kitchen garden because you are an old rich vegean divorcee apparently. Congratulations Veronica you made soup! Sorry about the divorce honey.
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