Artichoke Foam Soup with Beetroot Tempura Sticks

Artichoke Foam Soup with Beetroot Tempura Sticks

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Infused Recipes

Servings: 2-4 Servings
Prep time: 00:10
Cook time:00:20

When you see Jerusalem artichokes in the market, it’s the right time to stock them and whip some delicious recipes with them. Once you try this creamy, frothy Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Artichoke Foam Soup with Beetroot Tempura Sticks, you will wait all summer to enjoy the comfort soup in the winter months. Jerusalem artichokes have a good taste, and you can consume them directly, either raw or cooked. However, most people will prefer drinking creamy soups instead of eating vegetables on their own. Whipping the soup in Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser makes it very light, creamy, and frothy. You have great options to whip this soup. You can use the seasonings of your choice, add some of your favorite herbs and serve the soup as either an appetizer or a main course.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. In a saucepan, heat olive oil and sauté the finely diced shallots in it.
  2. Add the peeled and cubed Jerusalem artichoke.
  3. Deglaze with chicken or vegetable stock, and let it simmer for 20 minutes or until the artichokes are tender.
  4. Puree this mixture with the help of a stick blender.
  5. Add the seasonings, including salt, pepper, lemon juice, and Noilly Prat Vermouth.
  6. Pour this mixture into a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser through a sieve and funnel.
  7. Screw on one Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and shake vigorously 12 – 16 times to infuse the recipe.
  8. For keeping the soup warm, keep the dispenser in a bain-marie or water bath regulated at a temperature of 149 F.
  9. Shake well before dispensing the infused soup into bowls.
  10. Whisk 9 ounces rice flour or tempura with 1 cup of water.
  11. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  12. Pour the mixture into the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser through a sieve and funnel.
  13. Charge with one Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and shake for a few seconds.
  14. Peel the beetroot and cut it into sticks.
  15. Dispense the tempura mixture directly over the beetroot sticks and mix well.
  16. Fry in preheated oil and sprinkle with salt.
  17. Fix in skewers and serve with warm Jerusalem artichoke foam soup.

Tips

What are Jerusalem Artichokes?
Jerusalem artichokes which are often called sunchokes, belong to the family of tubers. Therefore they are somewhat similar to the root ginger in appearance. They are not like the globe artichokes. With a nutty yet starchy flavor, the taste of Jerusalem artichokes blends the taste of potatoes and artichokes.
You can use them as you use potatoes. However, making a foamy artichoke soup in the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser is a great use of Jerusalem artichokes.
What are the benefits of making soup from Jerusalem Artichokes?
Making creamy soup is the best way to consume a vegetable that is delicious yet rarely eaten.
You can whip up a frothy cream of Jerusalem artichoke soup in less than an hour.
The soup is very popular among kids of all ages, and it provides them with a lot of nutrients.
You do not require any special ingredients for making the soup. Just use your pantry staples.
By experimenting with your favorite seasonings, herbs, and spices, you can make it more palatable.
The soup can be kept frozen for later use and is a very convenient option for busy moms.
The soup makes a great winter meal.
Where can you find Jerusalem artichokes and how to prepare them for the soup?
Jerusalem artichokes are abundantly available at local farmers’ markets and grocery stores during the season. They are available from October to March, and the peak of their season is between November and February.
Using them in the foamy soup, you will need to wash, peel and chop them into small pieces. Use a vegetable peeler, and if they have a lot of knobbles, you can allow the peel to remain perfectly edible.
What variations can you make in the recipe?
Though butter yields a richer taste, olive oil is healthier. It is also good if you avoid dairy products.
Instead of shallots, you can saute onion or garlic and then fry the artichokes in it. Go with what you love the most.
Though some people may find that chicken stock is more flavorful and high in protein, vegetable stock is the only option for vegan. Tantalize the soup with the flavors of different vegetables.
Skip the Noilly Prat Vermouth if the soup is intended for children.
Replace the heavy cream with some vegan milk or cream. It will give the same creamy and velvety texture.
Adjust the salt after tasting the broth as it often contains higher amounts of salt, and your soup can become too salty.
Try cayenne pepper instead of black pepper for an amazing twist.
Sprinkle some parmesan cheese for making the soup an irresistible treat.
You can serve the soup with beetroot skewers, grilled halloumi sandwiches, toasted bread, stuffed butternut squash, or a green salad. Apart from these, you can serve the soup with anything you desire.
A splash of truffle oil will make the flavor of sunchoke soup super decadent.
Wrap your favorite herbs in a muslin or a cheesecloth and add to the soup with Jerusalem artichokes. Remove before pureeing.
How to store the Jerusalem artichoke foam soup?
The soup will remain good in the fridge for five days, given that it is stored in an airtight container. You can also freeze the soup for up to three months in airtight freezer-safe containers or Ziploc bags. Simply defrost the soup in the fridge overnight when you intend to consume it.

 

Need the perfect appetizer? Incorporate this Infused Vegan Hummus recipe for a healthy, light appetizer before this amazing soup!

 

Photo by Ponyo Sakana