Easy cheese soup recipe

I hate autumn. I want to eat more then, and it's usually the stuff I shouldn't, being lactose intolerant. But there I go, from one cheese to another, like a butterfly.
It's useless.

So, having in mind a cheese soup from a place not far from our previous apartment, which, unfortunatly, closed down (WHY?), that  served this soup with ham and mind blowing croutons, I wanted this soup.
So I made it.
Suprise suprise- it's easy to make. I swear. By the moon and the stars in the sky... I'll be there..
Name that tune.

Anyways, it's not complicated, I made it from leftover chicken soup for T ( he had a cold).
So I'm going ahead  and thinking you have your chicken soup, or chicken broth, or you make it with stock cubes and all.:) Love you too.

Type of dish: soup, main
Cost: cheap
Difficulty: easy
Serves: 2
Time: 20 min
Preparation time: 5 min
Coking time: 15min

You'll need:
a medium saucepan with lid, veggie peeler, cutting board, sharp knife, hand blender, laddle, spoon, bowls to serve

  • 1 chicken or vegetable stock cube or 1,5 l broth
  • 1 medium carrot, peeled and diced
  • 2 cream cheeses ( hochland flavours: ham and creamy)
  • 4 frankfurter sausages
  • 1 bowl croutons
  • pinch of salt
  • fresh pepper
  • optional: fresh chopped parsley for garnish

How to you do:
Heat up your broth/stock in the saucepan, add the carrot and creamcheese, crumbled. Mix well. Put in the sausages. Plop the lid on, make sure the heat is medium, and go away. Clean up or something for 15 min, just checking if it's not overboiling- if it is, turn down the heat a notch.
After 15 min, prep your blender, remove the pan from heat, remove the sausages and put them on the cutting board to cut in bite-sized pieces . Blend your soup until you see no more carrots and the soup now has a pleasent orangish- yellow color. Taste and season if you need to.
Divide the sausage in two or more bowls, and pour the soup over. Serve with a side bowl of croutons.

Addtional info: This seems like a hearty soup, but in fact, it isn't. So prepare some salad or pasta course later.

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