Beer Cheese Soup

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

Last weekend, I watched Sandwich King for the first time. There are several recipes of Jeff’s that we’ve been wanting to try. We had blogged another recipe of his a while back and after watching this particular episode we knew we had to make Beer Cheese Soup ASAP.

As the soup was cooking I wasn’t convinced that I would try it. After all, I don’t like beer or gruyere cheese. But alas I did…by dunking garlic crostini into it of course. It was so yummy and fall-esque. I actually went for 2 slices of garlic crostini!

This recipe is screaming fall. The cheese and half and half make it thick and creamy and the beer gives it a nice bite. The gruyere was not overpowering in the least. This soup’s perfect for eating while curled up in a blanket on the couch. I so wish that was what I was doing!

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

Here’s what you’ll need

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

Start by shredding all your cheese

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

To 3 tbsps of butter, add carrot, onion, celery, garlic and seasonings

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

Add the flour and continue cooking, stirring constantly for 1 minute

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

Add 2 teaspooons dijon mustard and the chicken stock

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

worcesteshire too, and soften the veggies

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

In goes the beer

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

Use an immersion blender to blend until smooth

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

Finally add the cheese. Stir until melted through and smooth

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

Oops..last ingredient…pour in the half and half

Beer Cheese Soup recipe pictures

Dunk in garlic crostini. Oh Em Gee..amazing fall recipe!

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