Kale Soup with Burrata

kale soup with burrata

Kale Soup with Burrata as seen on TV

For the soup you will need:

8 cups boiling water
An organic stock cube
Quarter teaspoon salt (leave out if you prefer)
4 cloves garlic,peels and crushed
10 Kale leaves , remove the middle stalk
1 middle sized onion, finely chopped
1 can canellini beans, remove water, rinse amd drain

4 thick slices bread
4 spoons oliive oil
A pinch of bicarbonate of soda
Juice of one lemon
Grated rind of one lemon

1/2 burrata per person

Lots of fresh ground pepper

Saute the onion and crushed garlic in some olive oil in a large pot. Add the chopped up kale and top up with the boiling water until the leaves are fully immersed. Lower the heat and leave on a gentle boil for half an hour. Add half the lemon juice and lemon rind. stir and turn off heat. Allow to cool and use a hand blender, pulse and whizz making sure that you do not over-blend as the soup is more delcious with the different consistencies. Add the canellini beans keeping some aside for garnish.

Brush some olive oil on to the bread slices. Rub the slices with some garlic. Bake the bread slices at 200C for around 10 minutes. Do not allow to burn or get too crusty.

Place a slice of bread in the bottom of each soup bowl. Pour the heated soup onto the bread. Place half a fresh burrata cheese in each soup bowl. I also made some croutons from local sourdough and garnished with canellini beans and croutons.

This is delicious and a meal in itself, no need for a main course. Lots of garlic is needed and yet it does not taste too strong.

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