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The Quickest Blender Soups Ever

Friday Dec 31, 2010

Blender soups are very easy to make. All you need to do is cut up the ingredients into pieces that are small enough for the blender to work with, put them in the blender, process them for a few minutes, and then serve. Most blender soups are served cold, so you don’t even need to use the stove! With blender soups, you can literally go from preparation to serving to eating in just a few minutes.

If you’re in the mood for soup but you don’t feel like cooking, you can just eat blender soups. They are so much better than canned or pre-made soups because you know what goes into the soup and you are sure of the quality of the ingredients. Also, if you’re not satisfied with the taste of your soup, it is easy to adjust the flavor. All you need to do is to add some of the ingredients which you think are lacking and process the soup a little bit more. You can also control the texture of your soup. Chunky or smooth, it is up to you. You just have to change the blending time.

Here are some good blender recipes that you can try. These serve as guides, but it is better if you adjust them to your own taste and preference.

For a succulent sweet potato soup, you need a medium-sized carrot, a large baked sweet potato, two teaspoons of vegetable paste, a tomato, a vegetable stock cube, and one and a half cups of hot water. Put all the ingredients in the blender jar and combine them from four to six minutes at high speed. You will know when the soup is done when there is steam rising from it.

The next recipe is called the Raw Glow soup. Unlike the previous one, this is served cold. The ingredients are: one large apple or two small ones; a small piece of ginger that has been peeled and chopped; two handfuls of green leafy vegetables, such as dandelion leaves, spinach, romaine lettuce, and the like; and some water. If you want your soup to be creamy, you can also put in an avocado. First, put in the apples, the ginger, and the water. When these ingredients are well incorporated, you can put in the rest. If you think that the soup is too thick, you can keep on adding water and blending it until it reaches the right consistency.

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