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1 Soups Creative Cooking 2

2 Soup Types Chowder – A buttery, hearty soup usually with seafood or other chunks of food evident in the blend. New England/Boston - Made with cream/milk Manhattan/New York - Made with tomatoes

3 Main Dish Soup - Includes meat, vegetables, rice or pasta Examples: Stew, Goulash, Vegetable Beef Barley

4 Cream Soup - White sauce base with milk as the liquid, cream of cauliflower, broccoli, celery

5 Vichyssoise - French soup made with leeks, onions, potatoes, chicken stock and milk

6 Gazpacho - Spanish cold soup with tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, onions, and hot sauce

7 Bisque - any thick cream soup pureed with shellfish, lobster or crab bisque

8 Borscht – A soup made with red beet roots and boullion

9 Egg drop soup

10 Soup terms -Clarifying stock
Removes small flecks of food matter that are too small to be strained with strainer, done by adding egg white and shell to stock boiling and restraining through cheesecloth

11 Mirepoix - french base added to most stocks when cooked mixture of carrots, celery and onions usually sauteed in butter

12 Fond - The flavorful meat drippings that caramelize on the bottom of the pan when browning meat. Deglaze - The process of removing the fond from a pan by adding a hot liquid and dissolving off the fond into the prepare another sauce

13 The basis for soups… Stock: the liquid prepared by boiling meat bones with or without vegetables (not edible on its own)

14 Broth: The water in which meat, fish or vegetables has been boiled and seasoned (edible on its own) not cooked as long as stock, contains less gelatin

15 Bouillon: Concentrated broth can be obtained by dissolving a commercially prepared bouillon cube or granules.

16 Consommé (clear soup): Meat stock that has been concentrated (stronger in flavor, water evaporated out), seasoned, and clarified. Can be substituted for broth, stronger flavor.

17 Four basic types of stock…
White - made from Chicken & Mirepoix

18 Brown - made from Beef Bones & Mirepoix

19 Fish - made from Fish & Mirepoix

20 Vegetable - made from Mirepoix

21 How to make a chicken stock
Cut up chicken parts, remove excess fat pieces and skin Place in large pot with 2 qts water Bring to boil in simmer 1 hour Skim top of foam occasionally Strain liquid from meat Refrigerate liquid, cool and scrape off fat Separate chicken from bones for use in recipe

22 How to make chicken stock

23 How to make a brown stock…
Roast beef bones Add beef bones to water in a large saucepan and heat over medium heat. Deglaze pan (add water to roasting pan Pour deglazed mixture back into saucepan, bring to a boil, reduce heat and let simmer for 4 hours. Then add the mirepoix (you may also add a tomatoes, halved) & seasonings (peppercorn, salt, bay leaves, & thyme) Return to heat and boil. Strain out the solids and discard, reserve the stock.

24 How to make beef stock

25 Fresh stock...Or not? Why make your own stock?
No Additives (salt) Flavor Why not make your own stock? Bacteria growth Must be reheated every 3 days and floating particles from bacteria growth skimmed off. Time (minimum 6 hours) Cost

26 CC2 soup lab… Jambalaya, pg. 55

27 Roasted Butternut Squash Soup, pg. 56,

28 Minestrone Soup, pg. 57

29 Corn and Potato Chowder, pg. 59

30 Tortilla Soup, pg 60

31 Roasted Chicken Noodle Soup

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