Be inspired by ♥ Sweetcorn And Basil Velouté

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Recipe For Sweetcorn And Basil Velouté — 41 Comments

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  2. Mmmmmmmm, just look at the beautiful colour. Gorgeous!

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    • thanks Jac! How cold is it there? I am going to pack on Sunday 🙂

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  3. Thank you for teaching us what a veloute is today.. well, at least, thank you for teaching me, I had no idea! That just sounds so fun and approachable!!

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    • and you can adjust the thickness if you want it to be a sauce 🙂

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  4. Tandy, a fantastic recipe and something I think I’ll use to tempt my Mum with! Thanks!

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    • thanks Kate, and please let me know what your Mum thinks of it 🙂

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  5. Consider this recipe bookmarked!! Hopefully come summer, and fresh sweetcorn I’ll be making this, it sounds so delicious!

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    • it really is. hope you post the results 🙂

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  6. How unique and lovely! It looks very delicate!

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    • Delicate is a good word to use for this – thanks Jen 🙂

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  7. I tried to recreate a veloute recently — but it wasn’t blog worthy! Yours is certainly a winner — nicely done! I would love to try this.

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    • please let me know if you do! Thanks for the visit 🙂

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  8. Very sophisticated. I can picture this be a starter in one of those really fancy restaurants. Take Care, BAM

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    • thanks BAM, that is so kind of you to say 🙂

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  9. I love a good & tasty sweetcorn soup & to combine it with basil: I didn’t know that would be so tasty! I learned a great combo here!

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    • that is great to hear!

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  10. What a classy recipe – thanks for introducing me to it 😀

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • my pleasure CCU 🙂

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  11. I love the texture of veloutes, they’re so silky smooth!

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    • they really are, and one can do so many flavour combinations 🙂

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  12. I’ve also come across veloutes a lot recently but I’m not sure I’ve had one. I’m not always sure if I like cold soups though so I think I’d serve it warm.

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    • warm would be good as well! BTW, babies come when they are ready 🙂

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  13. An interesting twist on corn chowder!

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    • indeed it is 🙂

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  14. Not sure I would have thought to put corn and basil together – not sure why though. This sounds lovely Tandy.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • I love the combination of the two flavours and I will start experimenting with more soon 🙂

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  15. Sounds good Tandy 🙂
    *hugs*

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    • thanks Hope 🙂

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  16. This seems quite incredible! Have always been interested in gastronomy! Yummy! Never had a velouté but it sure seems delicious!

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    • and it is easy to make 🙂

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  17. This sounds delicious!! A nice question for the Friday Food Quiz.

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    • hopefully I remember the answer then 🙂

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  18. Ooh that sounds good! Even the word velouté sounds like silk and velvet!

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    • it sounds like it tastes indeed 🙂

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  19. The combination of ingredients in this veloute looks delicious. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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    • my pleasure 🙂

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  20. Mmmmmmm – yes.
    I purchased some lovely macadamia oil infused with lemon myrtle recently and while I think that the basil would drown out the subtle taste of the lemon myrtle it gives me some more ideas on how I can use it.

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    • Lemon myrtle has such a lovely aroma and I am sure the oil smells amazing. Just swap out the basil and the truffle oil for this oil as I am sure it will be fantastic 🙂

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  21. This sounds really special, Tandy. I would love to taste it. Where can one buy truffle oil?

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    • Thanks AD. Try your local Woolworths – the one they do is really good and it lasts a long time as you don’t need to use a lot of it 🙂

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