Asparagus and Pea Bisque
Asparagus soup is difficult to get right. The delicate asparagus flavor is often lost among the other ingredients – especially if the soup has a good amount of fat.
I boost the asparagus flavor in this soup by using both green and white varieties to create balance and intensity. I think cooked white asparagus is more flavorsome than green asparagus, and this turbo charges the flavor of the soup. I use peas to further enhance the flavors and color – and it doesn’t matter much if the peas are fresh or frozen. A pinch of baking soda and a handful
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