Use Up Leftover Soup By Turning It Into A Sauce

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If you’re tired of eating that huge batch of soup you made, or you’re just not sure what to do with the last dredges, grab your blender. You can turn it into a sauce that you can use with a bunch of other meals.

Photo by goblinbox_(queen_of_ad_hoc_bento).

Sarah Britton of My New Roots shared a clever tip for using up leftover sauce on her Instagram: blend it up and use it as a sauce. You’ll need a high-powered blender or food processor, but other than that all you have to worry about is seasoning the soup sauce to taste.

And if you’re working with a thinner soup to start, you might actually need to thicken it up. Blend up a thickening agent like cooked potato, cornflour or even some white beans and you should be all set. Now you have a nice sauce you can use on grains, vegetables, chicken, or fish.

Soup Sauce [Instagram via Food52]

Comments

  • Then, using the leftover sauce, turn it into soup.

    If you’re lucky, you’ll have a never ending supply of soup and sauce.

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