No real art.
It’s no real art. No new-great-exciting recipe. No great picture. Just a little quick soup. A semolina soup. However I like it. My mother used to make it for me, when I was sick, but nevertheless I’ve always liked it. I still make it, when I’m sick, but sometimes just to have a quick little soup. This time I added some chilli (it was still in the house) – which wasn’t a great, great, great combination – next time, I’ll do the classic without chili again.
Important: don’t let sit the soup for too much time, the semolina gets too thick!
For one bowl of soup, you need:
a little piece of butter
2 tsp semolina
1 bowl vegetable stock
Heat the butter in a pot, add the semolina. Roast it until it get’s fragrant. Add the stock, let it boil once, serve it.
Of course, you can add some chives to make it nicer – but for a quick lazy-cooking-evening-soup, it will do in this most simple way.
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