Parisian soup recipe in the pressure cooker
Lately, I like spoon dishes more and more, so as soon as it gets cold, I take the pressure cooker out of the cupboard and put it to work, for example to prepare this rich recipe for Parisian soup, which in the pressure cooker is just a matter of a few minutes.
I like this recipe that the ingredients are very simple (leek, potato, milk and butter), but the end result is really tasty, with a very pleasant texture (half cream, half soup) and of course a very French air.
Ingredients for 4 people
- 6 leeks, 400g of potatoes, 50g of butter, 1 tablespoon of flour, 200ml of milk, 550ml of water, a little parsley, salt and pepper
How to make Parisian soup
The Parisian soup is a very quick and simple recipe. We start by washing the leeks, removing the stems and cutting them into not very thick slices. Then, in the pot, melt the butter and put the leek to sauté for about five minutes.
While the leek is sautéing, peel the potatoes and cut them into slices. Then we add them to the pot along with the flour and chopped parsley. Sauté a couple more minutes and add the milk and water. Adjust salt and pepper, cover the pot and cook under pressure for 13 minutes.
Once that time has elapsed, we let the pot release the steam and the soup cool slightly before serving accompanied by a little chopped parsley and pepper.
Processing time | 30 minutes
Difficulty | Easy
The Parisian soup in the pressure cooker is a modest recipe in its ingredients, its preparation and its presentation, but it makes up for it all with a rich flavor that makes you fall in love from the first spoonful. It is surprising how with so little you can get so much, although knowing my grandmother's garlic soups, I don't know why I am surprised.