This simple but satisfying soup is a delicious way to sample the luxurious taste of truffles, and is best served with cheesy focaccia crostini.
Knorr Potato Flakes not only adds flavour to the truffle soup; it also acts as a thickener to give it an appealing texture that goes amazingly well with crostini. Watch the video below to learn how to make the perfect crostini to complement your soup. Get the recipe here!
Tip video: Whip up the best crostini!
Chef’s tips & techniques
- Instead of truffle, you can use mushrooms or celery root.
- The soup works well as an appetiser too – simply serve in small cups.
- For the crostini, use olive oil, Parmesan cheese and salt.
- Nutritional tip: To make a lighter soup reduce the amount of cream and serve with more vegetables.
Why should I use crème fraiche instead of regular cream in truffle soup?
Crème fraiche is a sour cream that gives soup a fresher taste compared to regular cream.
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