This year, the father-christmas StNectaire.com goes ahead and offers a delicious recipe for cheese soup.Like every year Christmas falls on a 25 December, it is usually in the winter hexagon and the time of gifts, therefore offer a soup to your guests ! To discover or rediscover an old recipe Auvergne ?
The essential ingredient is of course the Saint-Nectaire ! But you will also dry bread and sour cream. Rest assured we will not put you on bread and water for Christmas…
A soup of day !
To withstand winter : The christmas soup
A Saint Nectaire : Remove the crust from the PDO with a knife and cut it into small pieces.
2 or 4 onions, they do not like hair on the ... they are part of the recipe so don't worry you will forget that they made you cry at the time of the tasting....
25cl of cream, thick preference but hey if it is liquid it will do we're not going to spit in the ... not more....
1 to 2 litres of water depending on if you like it liquid or consistent, you adjust....
Several pieces of dry bread (race), again the amount can range from a few slices baguette or a loaf of bread. It can be deliberately dry fresh bread but we recommend that you rather use the leftover bread of your week for example.
Cut the onions finely and sauté lightly.
Parallel pour water into the pot, salt and then add the pieces of stale bread and onions income. Bring to boil the then let gently to evaporate the water from your preparation. Once the reduction is done add the pieces of cheese previously cut stirring. Your initial blend with grilled cheese added will thus to homogenize, mix well and then proceed to the final step : Just before serving you add sour cream.
And it is ready, This is hot, It's surely good, you can serve your soup Christmas !!
You can also add salt and pepper to taste, careful not to abuse otherwise you may cause ... to grimace..
It is important to note that you do not have to wait 25/12 to prepare this soup ! It will delight you all year 😉
Did you know that the soup comes from the Latin Suppa ? Is the bread that is dipped in the broth.. That's what you shine your knowledge to the next family meal…