Imagine that you eat a dessert with strawberries, sweet strawberries, dipped in their juice, which denotes a light vanilla touch and, in addition, this dessert finishes your meal in a refreshing way. Well… if you like the idea, […]
Imagine that you eat a dessert with strawberries, sweet strawberries, dipped in their juice, which denotes a light vanilla touch and, in addition, this dessert finishes your meal in a refreshing way. Well… if you like the idea, then you are going to love making this strawberry soup.
Strawberry Soup Recipe
Serves: 4 Time: 45m Difficulty: Easy
500 g of strawberries, well washed, stemmed and cut lengthwise into quarters Juice of 1/2 lemon or lime 50 g of sugar 1 vanilla bean, cut in half lengthwise Directions In a large bowl, mix all ingredients stirring gently. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap or and let macerate in the fridge for a couple of hour sso that the strawberr juice comes out. Once macerated, remove the vanilla bean and in a saucepan over medium heat , heat the strawberry mixture for about 3 or 4 minutes to thicken the strawberry syrup. No need to remove . Distribute the mixture in individual cups and allow them to cool. Where they are warm, keep them in the fridge for at least an hour before serving (you can cover them with plastic wrap to avoid mixing odors and flavors). Done. Serve chilled. Hints, Tips, and Tricks You can serve the strawberry soup with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or the flavor that you like most, or even topped with a little of whipped cream. You can adjust the amount of sugar as you like. You can add a few drops of vanilla extract instead of the vanilla bean or substitute a part of dugar by vanilla sugar. You can substitute vanilla for some mint leaves and macerate together with the strawberries. You must remove the mint just before cooking them. If you prefer, you can pass the strawberries through a Chinese strainer, once heated . With this recipe you can make a strawberry sauce that you can use to accompany other desserts such as a piece of cheesecake, for example. For this, initially cut into small squares the strawberries, once macerated, reduced the straeberries longer for a thicker syrup.