Creamy Mushroom Soup/Kremalı mantar çorbası



Recently I am really interested in trying different kinds of soup. I don’t know why. Maybe it is because of cold winter or having a kid who can’t eat well since he has sore throat. But it wasn’t so much appealing to my dear family members since one of them is not very fond of mushrooms and the other one refuses to consume dairy products like butter, milk, yogurt…Even my little son whom I am proud of  his appetite for eating is being picky. I used to think that he takes after me in terms of appetite.


So I cooked two different soup each day of the weekend and had to finish all by myself. No problem for me, I love all kinds of soup. Mushroom soup was one of them. I really liked the taste n I think it ‘ll be pleasing for your guests unless they are picky like my family:))


In later days, I’ll be trying creamy tomato soup and creamy chicken soup to share the recipe with you…

Ingredients

  • 1 lb button mushrooms
  • 2 tbsp butter
  • 3 tbsp flour
  • 1 cup milk
  • 3 cups water
  • 1/2 cup cream (optional)
  • salt
  • pepper

for top

  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tsp paprika

Directions

Wash and drain mushrooms well. Peel and slice them up. Set aside. In a medium pot, melt the butter and add flour. Stir frequently for 2-3 minutes.  Gradually add milk, water, and cream. Stir constantly.  Add mushrooms, salt, and pepper. Simmer that in medium high heat until get soup consistency.  When becomes consistent divide into bowls and drizzle hot oil paprika mixture on top. Serve hot

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Son günlerde çorba çeşitlerine sardırdım. Nedenini bilemiyorum belki karlı soğuk havalar, belki olması gerekenden büyük bademciklerle 10 günde bir rahatsızlanıp iştahsız etrafimda mızırdayan ufaklıktır beni bu arayışa iten… anneler bilir acaba yeme ihtimali olurmu ki diye bütün gününüz mutfakta da geçse birkaç lokma alması tüm yorgunluğunuzu geçiriverir.


iki çesit çorbadan başka çeşit tüketilmiyor desem bu evde…tavuklu şehriye çorbası ve mercimek çorba…onlarca çeşit varken neden artık yaparken bile zevk almadığım şeyler dışında yeni çorba tarifleri deneyemiyorum diye kremalı çorbalardan bir kaçını haftasonu denemeye karar verdim. Sonuç mu? sonuç benim için harika… çorbalar misafirlik ama bizim ev ahalisi seçici olunca iki gün boyunca çorba oldu öğünlerim…iki ceşidi şimdiden eledik kremalı mantar, kremalı tavuk çorbaları…sırada sebze çorbaları ve kremalı domates çorbası var… umarım bu kez başarırım iki çeşitle sınırlı çorba listemize bir yenisini eklemeyi ha ne dersiniz?


krema opsiyonel olabilir. Ben kremasız pişirdim lezzetinin yerinde olduğunu söyleyebilirim. Tereyağ ve süt yeterince etkili oluyor tadında.

Malzemeler

  • 400 gr kultur mantari
  • 3 yk un
  • 4 sb su
  • 1 sb sut
  • 1 fincan krema
  • 2 yk tereyag
  • tuz
  • karabiber

üzerine

  • 2 yk siviyag
  • tozbiber

Yapılışı

Tereyağ ve un hafif kavrulur. Azar azar süt, krema ve su eklenerek çırpma teliyle hızlıca karıştırılır. Kabukları soyulup ince dilimlenmiş mantarlar eklenir. Mantarlar yumuşayana ve çorba kıvamını bulana dek kısık ateşte karıştırarak pişirilir. Tuz ve karabiber eklenip ocağın altı kapatılır. Kaselere paylaştırınca üzerlerine toz biberli kızgın yağ gezdirilir.

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Julia says:

    >Half a cup of heavy cream?? Well,that's not going to be very good for my diet is it? 🙂 Sounds gorgeous though. Might have to sprinkle a little chilli on top.

  2. >you can omit the cream part Julia, actually I cooked the soup without heavy cream and used only milk and it was really tasty but original recipe has cream in, so I decided to write it down too.

  3. Hidrofoare says:

    >This is the best soup I ever ate while being in Turkey. I visited Turkey 3 times now and every time my favorite soup was this mushroom soup. It looks and tastes incredible. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  4. Nina says:

    >Hi,I just love your blog. You really are amazing in cooking. Could you please write recipe for Kazan Dibi dessert? I really love it but i havent been able to make right. How can i make in on european electrical cooker? here in europe we dont have fire cooker which works with gas. 😦

  5. >Hi Nina,Kazandibi which is a light milky dessert the outer surface is fried with sugar crisps. Unfortunately I don't know much about electrical cooker but if it is electrical version of our gas stove, I have a strong feeling that you could make it in the same way we do. You need to try it to decide if it can be applicable or not.I haven't tried the dessert 'Kazandibi' before, since I don't have aluminium tray to caramelize the dessert on the stove but I found two different recipes from well known chefs of Turkey Chef Umit and Chef Oktay to share with you. The recipe below belongs to Chef Umit.ingredients 4 cups milk60g rice flour60g corn starch250g sugar1 tsp vanilla100 g margarine to caramelize 4 tbsp granulated sugar 2 tbsp butterDirectionsSeparate 1 cup milk and whisk rice flour and corn starch. Set aside. Heat rest of the milk on a medium high heat in medium pot. Gradually stir milk rice flour and corn starch mixture to warm milk on the stove. Add 250g sugar and cook until bubbly and pudding consistency stirring constantly.Add vanilla and turn the heat off. grease aluminium tray 30-35cm in diameter with 2-3 tbsp butter and sprinkle some (3-4 tbsp)granulated sugar on. Pour pudding on tray burn on medium low heat turning the tray around to make equally caramelized down. Chill in the fridge for several ours and slice into rectangular shape and place the slice upside down on a plate. I hope it'll be helpful Nina!

  6. Jane Kaylor says:

    >sore throat is not a lot of fun its just uncomfortable and difficult to swallow. usually, i would take the Nim Jiom Cough Syrup (www.geocities.jp/ninjiom_hong_kong/index_e.htm ) which has a thick consistency formulation. it coats the throat and includes herbs that are particularly good for that application.i hope it works on you as well.

  7. >Thanks a lot Jane, I hope it does!

  8. Nina says:

    >Thank you Hulya. I will try this recipe 🙂

  9. Julia says:

    >Hulya, thank you so much. The cheese arrived this morning. I'm going to do a blog post on it later on! :)) Oh, and we cut a big chunk off and tried some straight away. Lovely. And it does taste different to the one we bought here in Fethiye. Thanks again.Julia & Barry :))))

  10. >You're welcome Julia. I hope it's been worth waiting for!

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