Presenting Soups

Presenting Soups
  • An appetizer soup is a small amount of soup served in a cup as a means to whet the appetite before the main meal. Soups served in bowls can be a meal in themselves. Crackers or bread products can accompany the soup for a satisfying main course.
  • Soups can be garnished with a number of products to make them look more appealing and add extra nutrition. Some toppings include herbs, grated cheese, croutons, nuts or sour cream. Soups such as French onion have French bread with gruyere cheese on top. This adds great taste and dimension to the soup.
  • For a thick, hearty soup such as hamburger soup, float tortilla chips with a dollop of sour cream and guacamole for a festive look.
  • Thick soups can also be served in a bread bowl - a round loaf hollowed out and the bowl can be eaten when the soup is finished.
  • Remember to serve hot soups hot and cold soups cold. Enjoy...!

Presenting Soups Information