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Discussion in 'Beer & Food' started by I Are Baboon, Oct 28, 2005.
Anyone have any good recipes?
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Make Chili instead!
Crock a soup? I don't think I've ever heard that before.
MBChickie made chili last weekend. In fact, I am eating some as I type this. Can't do chili two weekends in a row.
make some corn chowder. i can PM you the recipe i've got at home
Beer & Cheddar soup has been sounding tasty lately.
Yeah, PM me the recipe. Even if I don't make it this weekend, it'll be along winter and many soups will be crocked.
BTW people, open a crock pot recipe book and you'll see plenty of soup recipes.
I thought there was a soup thread recently?
One of my favorites
New England Cheddar Ale Soup
¼ cup butter
½ cup minced onion
1/3 cup grated carrots
¼ cup flour
½ teaspoon dry mustard
½ teaspoon paprika
½ pound grated cheddar cheese (2 cups)
3 cans Chicken or Vegetable Broth
1¼ cups Half and Half
12 oz ale (I've been using Rogue Dead Guy)
Melt butter in a large, heavy saucepan. Add onion and carrot, cover and cook over low heat about 5 minutes.
Blend in flour, mustard, and paprika. Stir in cheese and 1 can of chicken broth until cheese is melted.
Add remaining ingredients; simmer for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Makes 7 cups
Tip: Garnish bowls of soup with minced chives or chopped parsley.
What's the recommended Brown Ale for this recipe?? Brooklyn?? Newcastle? Alternatives??
So far I've made it with Pete's Wicked, Newcastle, and Brooklyn and it turned out great each time. I think the only reason the recipe states "brown ale" is to keep people from dumping a can of Bud in.
I really like carrot-ginger soup this time of year. Roughly chop a pile of carrots and a couple onions and/or leeks, saute in butter or oil until getting soft and just a little color. Throw in some chopped ginger, maybe a little garlic, then cover with veg stock. Simmer until everything is basically mushy, then puree in a blender. Put it back on the stove, reheat, and finish with some half and half or cream and slivers of fresh ginger, maybe some cilantro if you've got it, S&P to taste. If it's too thick you can thin it out with more veg stock or cream. Same idea works great for squash too.
at my work we have this super good jalapino soup... and i can eat as much as i want for free... perhaps i can get a recipe tommorrow when i work, if your interested. if not, corn chowder, or potato soup with bacon.
This, IMO, is an *excellent* use for Newcastle..........