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Creamy Goat Cheese Soup with Dill and Macadamias

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© 2021 |

Tangy, earthy goat cheese, fresh dill and toasty macadamia nuts come together in beautiful harmony. Creamy, cheesy and full of flavour, this soup is a lovely combination of tangy, earthy fresh goat cheese, homemade broth and cream. Goat cheese and dill are such a classic culinary combination and compliment each other so well while rich toasty macadamia nuts add extra flavour and crunch to the soup. It makes an elegant appetizer or a light meal when paired with a couple of slices of keto garlic bread.

  • 2 Shallots, minced
  • 1 clove Garlic, minced
  • 2 tbsp Butter
  • 500 ml Vegetable or chicken broth
  • 150 g / 1 roll Soft goat cheese, crumbled
  • 100 g Cream
  • Sea salt
  • Freshly milled black pepper
  • 2 tsp Freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • Dill, for the topping
  • Macadamia nuts, toasted and roughly chopped, for the topping
  1. Peel and finely chop the shallots and garlic clove. In a large saucepan, saute chopped shallots and garlic in butter until tender. Pour in broth and bring it to a boil. Add in crumbled goat cheese and cream. Cook over mild heat until cheese is melted.
  2. Use an immersion stick and process the soup until smooth. Season with salt, pepper and lemon juice.
  3. Divide the soup into two bowls. Top with chopped dill and chopped toasted macadamias.

© 2021 |

© 2021 |


Brian 12/9/21 00:35

That looks perfectly grands for soup season!

babYpose 12/9/21 01:18

Looks delicious and filling too, totally elegant appetizing. Happy Sunday.

Tom 12/9/21 02:19 always garnish your dishes beautifully!

kathyinozarks 12/9/21 02:41

Your recipe sounds delicious-thanks

J.P. Alexander 12/9/21 02:46

Gracias por la receta, de ley la haré. Te mando un beso

Gloria Baker 12/9/21 05:39

Beautiful and delicious !

DEZMOND 12/9/21 13:10

Dill is always so refreshing in meals.

Tania|MyKitchenStories 12/9/21 13:30

Oh lovely. Ive never used goats chees in soup. What a great idea

[Reply] 12/9/21 15:20

Sounds delightful, extra macadamias please!

Kitchen Riffs 12/9/21 17:14

Yum! LOVE soup season, and it's that time again, isn't it? This looks really interesting -- don't often see goat cheese in soup. Nice combo of flavors -- thanks.

Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 12/9/21 17:41

I bet that creamy soup is deicious with those nuts one of our favorites!

New Classic r 12/9/21 17:57

Never in a million years would I have thought of this delicious combination. A very easy and clever recipe. Thanks.

Królowa Karo 12/9/21 18:22

Goat cheese isn't my favorite, but it's healthy, so it's a guest in my kitchen from time to time.

Bill 12/9/21 19:57

Great soup to have in the winter months.

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 12/9/21 23:32

This sounds so creamy and flavorful! Looks like it would be perfect for a couple of lunches when it gets cooler :)

Ben | Havocinthekitchen 13/9/21 01:36

Terrific - that's definitely one of the most unique soup ideas I've seen. I love cheesy soup, and I also often add crumbled goat cheese as a topping for my soup, but it never would have occurred to me to melt it with the remaining ingredients. Wonderful!

Rose world 13/9/21 05:47

Creamy and tasty. Love your presentation.

delphine 13/9/21 07:36

Cette soupe est bien gourmande comme j'aime
Bonne journée

Graciela Bacino 13/9/21 09:05

Appetizingly elegant!
Very good week dear Ana !!🌼

The Velvet Runway 13/9/21 11:10

This looks so delicious! I love goats cheese
Julia x

foodtravelandwine 13/9/21 13:59

So tasty and beautiful!!.....I love this idea!!.....I love goat cheese with dill!!........Abrazotes, Marcela

bread&salt 13/9/21 14:05

Woow it is very healthy and valuable soup! Goat cheese and milk are not common here. I like this recipe.

speedy70 13/9/21 16:10

Una vera bontà questa zuppa!!!!

lea 13/9/21 17:37

Bellissima presentazione della zuppa, il gusto sarà delizioso!Grazie e buona serata!

Julie 13/9/21 17:43

Its raining here and all I would need is a bowl of this yummy soup, looks creamy and perfect!!

Hena Tayeb 13/9/21 17:43

Ooh this looks so delicious. Can't wait for the cool weather so I can start making soups.

Marissa 13/9/21 18:45

This is one luxurious soup, Angie! Making my shopping list now!

yonosoymillenium 13/9/21 22:07

que maravilla, tiene que estar deliciosa nunca he probado algo asi.

Lowcarb team member 14/9/21 01:00

Looks so good and I'm sure it tastes wonderful.

All the best Jan

David 14/9/21 17:55

Angie, We both love cheese based soups but we've never seen or made goat cheese soup. Looks really good...although my better half would skip the macadamia nuts. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

Mijú 15/9/21 15:05

Que buena con esos ricos tropezones :-))))

Pam 15/9/21 18:35

What a great combination of flavors in this tasty soup.

mjskit 15/9/21 21:41

The way to my heart is through my stomach and you just touched my heart with this one. I have an addiction for goat cheese so this soup just makes me love you more :). You are one creative chef Angie!

Valentina 16/9/21 05:50

What a unique flavor profile, and the texture sounds so silky smooth. :-) ~Valentina

Raymund 17/9/21 00:50

I always love a cheesy creamy soups like that

gluten Free A_Z Blog 17/9/21 15:40

Oh boy Angie- would my husband love this flavorful refreshing soup. Yum .

tigerfish 17/9/21 23:46

I was just at the fennel-sesame bread post. Can I pair that bread with this soup? ;p

Noob Cook 22/9/21 10:41

Can't say no to a cheesy soup, top with my favourite and premium macadamia nuts, no less.

Choclette 22/9/21 12:12

Love your inventiveness. Don't think I'd ever have thought of making soup with goat's cheese. But it sounds delightful.


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