Pat Posted August 15, 2006 Share Posted August 15, 2006 I know I have read directions for pouring two soups in one bowl so they appear side-by-side. Last night, as I went to assemble a lovely duet of chilled soups (cantaloupe and avocado), I realized that I had no idea where I saved the information on this technique or what I had called it. I had to fake it and it worked pretty well, a lovely pastel peach alongside a soft green in the bowl(s). I did it by tipping the bowl and pouring a soup into one side, then slightly evening the bowl out and pouring the other soup in the other side. I tried one using the cantaloupe first and one using the avocado first, and the latter order worked better. The flavors of the two soups complemented each other nicely. I'm definitely doing this again (and I'd like to know what I'm doing next time ) Is this how it is done, or are they both supposed to be poured in simultaneously? (If so, is there a trick to it, or is learning by doing?) For the soups in question I seeded and chopped about 3/4 of a very large cantaloupe, then pureed in the food processor with 1 cup plain lowfat yogurt, 1 cup lowfat sour cream, and about 1 tablespoon of honey. (A medium cantaloupe would be about the right size.) The avocado soup was this one(sans garnish) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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