Light French soup tastes very good
A simple formula of good soups is the combination of vegetables, herbs, spices, broth and, of course, love. Light French soup is a great example of flavored and vivid soups. If you do everything right, you`ll be very satisfied with the results.
By the way, a carrot, onion, and celery together are classical in many world cuisines. The secret is that these three components blend with tastes and aromas, strengthening the taste of one another. The recipe is a good cornerstone for experiments. Both adults and children will definitely love it.
Slice a middle-sized carrot, onion and few sticks of celery.
Put a butter, some bay leaves, one teaspoon of cilantro and finely minced rosemary into the vast saucepan.
Fry the vegetables for 5 minutes until the garlic is transparent.
Cut potatoes into cubes and add it to the vegetables. Then add a tablespoon of the red pepper. You can take sweet or hot one. Fry it another 5 minutes to make the potatoes soften.
Then add 100 – 150 grams of rice. Stir it well.
Add 1 – 1,5 liters of the broth or boiling water in a minute. If the vegetables and rice actively absorb the liquid, then add it more.