As the weather cools down, serve this tasty Garlic Bread Soup with salad or sandwich and watch them ask for seconds!
Chef Brian Landry is the Chef/Co-owner of Jack Rose, Hot Tin, Bayou Bar, and Silver Whistle in New Orleans; and Marsh House, L.A. Jackson, and Killebrew in Nashville. He’s a New Orleans native, a passionate chef, a supporter of regional foodways, and a father of three. Landry knows things will be different this year when school resumes. With parents juggling work, home classrooms, and scheduling, finding time to cook family meals will be challenging.I have a few different recipes that Chef Landry is allowing me to share. First up is this fantastic Garlic Bread Soup. Not only is it simple for back-to-school, but it’s going to be perfect as the temps start to drop and you need a bowl of warm soup to keep you going. If garlic is a favorite ingredient of yours, I have this Garlic Chicken Drumstick recipe you’ll love!
The other recipes that I have coming up from Chef Landry are Fried Chicken Parmesan, Cauliflower Steak, his Red Beans and Rice, and the recipe he cooked on his appearance on NBC’s The Today Show: Easy Garlic Clove Shrimp.
I hope you enjoy this Garlic Bread Soup recipe! Make sure you stop by one of Chef Landry’s restaurants if you happen to be in either New Orleans or Nashville.
Garlic Bread Soup
As the weather cools down, serve this tasty soup with salad or sandwich and watch them ask for seconds!
- 3 tablespoons Spanish extra virgin olive oil
- 1 each yellow onion diced
- 1 head roasted garlic peeled and chopped
- ½ cup white wine
- 1 ½ quart chicken stock
- 2 cups heavy cream
- 3 ounces stale bread croutons large chop
- 1 stem thyme sachet
- 1 each bay leaves sachet
- 5 stems parsley sachet
- salt to taste
- white pepper to taste
Caramelize onions in a heavy bottomed soup pot.
Add roasted garlic, and deglaze with white wine. Reduce wine by half.
Add stock, heavy cream, and herb sachet. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat, and simmer for 15 minutes.
Add bread and simmer for additional 10 minutes.
Puree in small batches in blender on high.
Season with salt and white pepper.
This recipe was shared courtesy of Chef Brian Landry with permission.
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Eric Olsson is the food blogger of RedBeansAndEric.com. He publishes new recipes and interviews weekly. He has developed recipes and written articles for the famous Camellia brand in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been mentioned in Louisiana Cookin‘ magazine and has had recipes featured in Taste of Home magazine – with his Creole Turkey recipe being runner up in their annual Thanksgiving recipe contest. He lives outside of Detroit, Michigan, with his wife and four children.