I did a similar soup post way back when when I created this creamy green soup. This one, however, is even easier, and I recently taught my ten year old to make it by himself! It is his favorite soup these days, so I make it a lot. And now he can do the honors. This is a good thing because I am so busy these days with MATS A and other work!
All you do is cut 2 large zucchini into slices.
Then you steam them in the microwave for about 6-8 minutes.
Place steamed zucchini into a Vitamix along with 2 cups of broth and season with some salt and pepper if you like. Blend and serve! If you want it warmer, just heat it a little for about 30 seconds.
This is what I did in my class last week– I designed a collection of ceramic plates:
To read about the process, you can go here. It was quite painful! But all good. 🙂
Also, I just reopened my Society 6 store. I’ve been hesitant dipping my toes in the waters — I don’t know why…. But I made my first sale! To myself! ha ha. I bought a pillow that has my bunny head design on it. It is nothing really, but exciting to me, because it’s such a novelty for me! There is a SALE in my store right now for $5 off everything plus FREE shipping until 11/9, so check it out! 🙂
2 cups of chicken broth or other broth
salt and pepper to taste
1. Cut zucchini into slices. Place in large bowl and cover with saran. Microwave for about 5-7 minutes until soft (it depends on your oven). Alternatively, you can steam in a steamer on the stove for 8-10 minutes.
2. Blend cooked zucchini and broth and seasonings in a Vitamix or blender until smooth.
Makes about 4 large bowls of soup.