Antonio Carluccio Inspired Mushroom Soup Recipe

Carluccio's Mushroom Soup

by Sharon Maher on August 14, 2013

in Food, Recipes

I just love to eat at Antonio Carluccio’s restaurant, my first experience was many years ago in London and one of my favourite dishes is Crema di Funghi Porcini or cream of mushroom soup.


This is my version of Antonio Carluccio's mushroom soup, it is a very quick and easy soup to make and simple to prepare, plus you only need a sauce pan, a chopping board, a good preparing knife and if you like a smooth soup a blender. The main ingredients for this soup are wild mushrooms, but  I like to get a variety, but even if you use the cheaper mushrooms it is still very good and one of your five per day. If it is a cold winter's day I serve the soup in mugs with freshly baked bread. It goes especially well with my spicy chilli bread. Even my son will have this soup for lunch.

Ingredients

Serves 4

500g mushrooms sliced,
1 medium onion, finely chopped
4 tbsp Rapeseed oil
1 litre vegetable stock
4 tbsp double cream
Salt and pepper to taste

Method

  1. Clean and slice the mushrooms.
  2. Peel and finely chop the onion.
  3. Heat the oil
  4. Add the finely chopped onion and cook until soft, then add the mushrooms and saute for 8 minutes. Add the vegetable stock, bring to the boil and simmer for 25 minutes.
  5. Blend and return the soup to the pan, add the cream, season with salt and pepper, slowly re-heat, don’t let it boil, and serve.
  6. Serve with freshly baked bread.

Enjoy! Norah

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Sharon Maher is a wedding and party planner, event venue stylist and also writes the blogs Norah Sleep Wedding Style, Norah Sleep Living Style and My Wedding Marquee about weddings, food, fashion, style and things that inspire her in life. Find her on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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