froth on the top of soup

clairabellx

Full Member
S: 13st6lb C: 12st13lb G: 9st0lb BMI: 31.1 Loss: 0st7lb(3.72%)
I switched to a hand whisk, and no more foam!
 

canireallydothis!!

Gold Member
Hand Blender, £4.49 tesco, its fab for soup x
 

MadamDotty

Back again!
I find a handblender works quite well and only ends up with a tiny amount of froth, but if you want no froth it's best doing it in a saucepan (the good old fashioned way LOL).

Just a word of warning - are you making up the soup with hot water in the magic bullet? It's not recommended for hot liquids, I tried mixing soup up in it and it all came spurting out the sides, I was lucky not to burn myself - plus I wasted half my pack :(
 

poohbearmufc

Longing 2 b a yummy mummy
S: 16st10lb C: 16st10lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 40.2 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
I have been - haven't had any mishaps yet, but will buy a hand blender and give that a try...

Love
 

NooNoo1970

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S: 16st4.5lb C: 15st12lb G: 15st4.5lb BMI: 40.6 Loss: 0st6.5lb(2.84%)
soups

Hi there,
I like most of the soups and used to do them in a saucepan, but now I do as my cdc showed me, put the pack in a large latte style mug, add a bit of cold water and mix to a smooth paste, when you have it all mixed pour on the boiling water and mix well(I just use a spoon) for a min or so. I have no lumps or froth...I would be sick if I had either of them!! cant do lumps:jelous:

So its a quick way of doing it and leaves less washing up!

I do make my shakes in the mixer though.

good luck !

louX
 




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