Mushroom Bisque

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You will NEVER have soup from a can again after you’ve made this! Fall is coming in full swing here in PA and tonight it’s mid-50s and drizzly, so this ended up being the perfect dinner for us.

If you prefer a chunkier soup, just chop some extra mushrooms and stir then in at the end. I love recipes like this that can be adapted to any preference. This recipe is based on one from Chef Chloe Coscarelli.

I’m loving that there are so few steps to this recipe! Saute the mushrooms, onion and garlic, then transfer to the Blender and let it work its magic!

A few things to note… I’m not a huge fan of anything salty so be sure to adjust the seasonings to your preference. What that means is you might (probably) need more salt than the recipe calls for. Also, the fresh parsley knocks this one out of the park. Mix it in your soup bowl so you get some in each bite. It’s a game changer. The earthy freshness with this smooth soup is unmatched.

Mushroom Bisque
Serve 6

2 tablespoons olive oil
3/4 cup chopped white onion
1 pound white mushrooms
3 garlic cloves, pressed
1/4 cup dry white wine
3 cups water
2 teaspoons seas salt
1/2 cup almond milk
1 envelope Enrichables Pea Protein
black pepper
3/4 cup fresh parsley

  1. Heat the oil in the 12″ Stainless Nonstick Skillet over medium heat. Meanwhile, chop the onion with the Food Chopper and add to the Skillet.
  2. Quarter the mushrooms and add to the Skillet. Saute the onion and mushrooms 5 minutes. Press in the garlic with the Garlic Press and continue to saute 1 minute longer. Add the wine to the Skillet and cook 1 minute more.
  3. Add the water to the Deluxe Cooking Blender. Transfer the contents of the Skillet to the Blender and secure the lid. Turn the wheel to select the SOUP setting and press the wheel to start.
  4. When the timer is up, press CANCEL. Remove the vented lid cap and carefully add the almond milk and Pea Protein. Replace the cap and select Custom Blend. Process for one minute. Remove the Lid and adjust the seasoning with salt and pepper.
  5. Season with salt and pepper. Ladle into bowls and generously garnish each serving with parsley from the Herb Mill and freshly milled black pepper.

Enjoy!

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With having to shift my diet to gluten-free and dairy-free, I’m excited to share what I’m cooking in hopes it will help you lead a healthier lifestyle while at the same time offering LOTS of flavor! In real life, live in Wyomissing Hills, PA with my love who is my biggest fan and recipe tester! I have 3 jobs alongside this blog… First a foremost, I am an Independent Advanced Director with Pampered Chef and have enjoyed that role for 20 years! I am a fitting room stylist for New York & Company and recently started as an Executive Administrative Assistant for Berkshire Investment Group. Lots to juggle and I’m loving every single minute of it! Disclaimer: Slice, Dice & Dish is not an official Pampered Chef blog/website. Pampered Chef is not involved in any way with this blog. To learn more about what I offer through Pampered Chef and to shop my kitchen, please visit my Pampered Chef website at: www.pamperedchef.biz/colleenfinley

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