You will love our Thermomix Cauliflower Soup. Featuring simple ingredients, very little prep and perfect for dumping in your Thermomix for an easy soup for supper.
You can also mix and match ingredients to make this cauliflower soup your own such as adding in bacon, leeks or potatoes.
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Cauliflower Soup Thermomix
What’s your favourite soup? Mine is cauliflower soup because I love how versatile it is, how creamy blended cooked cauliflower is, and how its one of the few soups that really doesn’t need cream to be amazing.
If you love cauliflower cheese at Christmas, then the chances are you will love cauliflower soup.
You can also add extra cheese sauce to cauliflower soup and then transform it into a healthy cheese sauce without butter or flour.
But you know what I don’t like about cauliflower soup? That is having go cut up the cauliflower into florets and how often those florets as you chop them, make too much mess.
That I why I wait around for a special supermarket deal on prepped cauliflower. Then the only thing you need to chop and prepare is an onion.
Or you can swap the prepped cauliflower for frozen cauliflower and do the exact same thing.
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Can I Make Cauliflower Soup In Thermomix?
Yes, you can make your homemade cauliflower soup in a Thermomix and you will love the results.
What is amazing about the Thermomix is that it cooks and blends at the same time. This means that as you make soup its doing a consistent mix of the ingredients preventing a grainy cauliflower soup.
Why Is My Cauliflower Soup Grainy?
Cauliflower soup becomes grainy because it simply has not been mixed enough or the liquid added has not gone smooth as it’s all been mixed.
The Thermomix solves the grainy problem as it mixes as it cooks.
Why Is My Cauliflower Soup Bland?
I love the way Chef Dom describes bland soup. He simply says it’s like dishwasher water.
He is right and the reason for the dishwasher water taste in your soup is because you have added too much water or stock and not enough meat/veggies.
I think we have all done this at some point with soup and the important thing is to avoid adding any water. Stick to stock and only add enough stock to cook with, as you can always add ingredients later, but you can’t take them away.
Thermomix Recipe #15
As I write this, the Thermomix is my latest kitchen gadget. It joins my air fryer, instant pot pressure cooker, slow cooker, pie maker, and soup maker, plus many others and I am looking forward to seeing how the Thermomix makes cooking even easier.
For fun I am sharing with you behind the scenes Thermomix recipes of the first 30 things I made with my new kitchen toy.
That way you can see if the Thermomix is for you and if these recipes will fit in what you like to make.
Today’s Thermomix cauliflower soup recipe is Thermomix recipe #15. And don’t forget to catch up with Thermomix Choc Chip Cookies (recipe #1), Thermomix Buttercream (recipe #2), Thermomix Whipped Cream (recipe #3), Thermomix Rocky Road (recipe #4), Thermomix Playdough (recipe #5), Thermomix Hummus (recipe #6), Thermomix Pumpkin Soup (recipe #7), Thermomix Broccoli Soup (recipe #8), Thermomix Vegetable Soup (recipe #9), Thermomix Leek & Potato Soup (recipe #10), Thermomix Chicken Corn Soup (recipe #11), Thermomix Melted Chocolate (recipe #12), Nandos marinade in the Thermomix, (recipe #13), and the last Thermomix recipe for Thermomix Cheese Sauce.
My thoughts on Thermomix Cauliflower Soup:
It’s Easy – If you have not used your Thermomix much then cauliflower soup is an easy starting point and then you can rinse and repeat with other soups.
Freezer – You can also make a big batch and freeze some. We like using it as an alternative stock or a cheese sauce and love having some spare in the freezer.
You can have variety – You can also mix and match the ingredients for different themes, such as Thermomix cauliflower and bacon soup.
But most importantly, would I recommend cauliflower ssoup in the Thermomix? Yes, I would. I would highly recommend that every Thermomix user tries a creamy cauliflower soup. So easy and perfect for weeknight suppers with some of our air fryer pull apart bread rolls.
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Cauliflower Soup Thermomix Ingredients
Cauliflower – You will need lots and lots of cauliflower. You can use either frozen or fresh cauliflower florets.
Onion & Garlic – The onion and the garlic add extra flavour to your cauliflower soup. I recommend frozen chopped garlic as it makes prep even easier.
Stock – I also recommend some good stock. We make our own instant pot veggie stock and then use it in our soups and stews.
Cheese – For the creamy delicious texture of your cauliflower soup I recommend some Philadelphia cream cheese. We used the lightest variety, but you could use any.
Seasonings – You can keep seasonings simple with salt and pepper and mixed herbs. Though we also added some dried basil.
Then for the kitchen gadgets that we have used in this cauliflower soup in Thermomix recipe it has just been our TM6 and its wonderful for many types of soups and sauces.
Plus, we recommend you head over to our Thermomix recipes category as we will be adding Thermomix recipes as we try new ones for you.
How To Make Cauliflower Soup In Thermomix?
- Load. Peel and dice your onion, add frozen garlic and extra virgin olive oil and cook for 5 minutes to soften the onion and flavour the cooking pot.
- Add. Then add in the cauliflower florets and then pour veggie stock over the cauliflower.
- Cook. Then cook your cauliflower soup for 25 minutes and if needed do a minute at high speed to make sure the cauliflower lumps are gone.
- Smooth. Then 5 minutes before it beeps, add in seasonings, cream cheese and cook for a final 5 minutes before serving.
And you now have a Thermomix cauliflower soup and I am sure you can’t wait to make it yourself in your Thermomix.
What About Cauliflower & Bacon Soup?
To make cauliflower and bacon soup, sauté some bacon first with the onion and then save a little bit of bacon for serving over your cauliflower soup.
Or you could make our air fryer bacon recipe and then serve some of this over the soup. If you look at our photos you can see the roasted cauliflower over the soup, this is air fryer frozen cauliflower.
What About Cauliflower & Leek Soup?
If you wanted to mix it up and make a Thermomix cauliflower and leek soup, then simply swap a handful of cauliflower florets for a large leek that you have washed and cut into slices.
What To Serve With Thermomix Cauliflower Soup?
- Bread Maker Bread
- Air Fryer Garlic Bread
- Air Fryer Crispy Chickpeas
- Air Fryer Frozen Bacon
- Air Fryer Baby Potatoes
What Thermomix Settings Do You Use?
The easiest way to do this thermomix healthy cauliflower soup recipe is to use the manual settings.
The manual setting is perfect for mixing and cooking at the same time. You can be setting the temperature, the time, and the speed all on one screen. Then it will beep when it is done.
For example, when we were making the soup we mainly used speed 5 for 15 minutes on 100c/210f most of the time.
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Thermomix Cauliflower Soup
- Thermomix TM6
- Peel & dice the onion and load into the Thermomix with extra virgin olive oil and frozen garlic. Cook at 100c/210f for 5 minutes at speed 4.
- Scrape the edges with a silicone spatula, add in cauliflower florets and cover with the veggie stock.
- Cook the cauliflower soup for 15 minutes at 100c/210f on speed 5.
- Then do an extra minute at speed 6, followed by an extra 10 minutes at the same temperature and speed 5 to continue cooking the soup. 5 minutes before the end add in cream cheese and seasonings.
- When the Thermomix beeps, serve with your favourite bread rolls.