Surprisingly, I'm not actually a huge fan of soups. Shop bought soups, for me, are too runny and way too salty, and I've just never gravitated towards them. However when I have the time to cook, I am definitely partial to a homemade soup (especially in the colder months!) Not only do I love how comforting they are, but I like knowing that they fill my body with lots of goodness. Fresh vegetables, lots of flavour and so easy to make!
Do you know that there are people on this earth who never have any bread with their soups?? I personally don't know how they do it. The mix of flavours of fresh bread and a homemade soup are just iconic, in my opinion. And whilst I do agree that sometimes a simple slice of fresh bread dipped into a soup is just a great way to go, these rosemary croutons are on another level (if I may say so). They are crispy, salty but with the gentle infusion of rosemary and OMG they are ridiculous. I cook them for an extra few minutes to guarantee that extra crunch too, just to bring a new texture into the bowl.
A modern yet simple take on a vegetable soup, with deliciously salty and crispy homemade rosemary croutons. So so yummy!
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