Delicious, creamy, and thick. Keto Cheeseburger Soup. All the elements of a cheeseburger are present in this soup version of the keto cheeseburger.
100 grammes of ground beef
Butter, 4 tablespoons
1/4 cup red bell pepper and 1/2 cup chopped onion
3 celery stalks, chopped
Daikon radish, diced, 1 cup; arrowroot powder, 1 teaspoon
3 cups beef or chicken broth and 1 cup heavy cream
2 cups of cheddar cheese, shredded
1/2 teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon salt
3 fried pieces of bacon, crumbled
2 cups of lettuce, chopped
sliced 1 medium tomato
- Cook the ground beef in step one.
- Cook ground beef in a sizable stockpot over medium heat until browned. Take out and place aside.
- STEP 2 Sauté the veggies
- Butter, onion, bell pepper, and celery can all be added to the same pot. Heat for THREE to FIVE minutes.
- Add beef, radish, and thickener in step three.
- Reintroduce the arrowroot powder, daikon radish, and ground beef. To blend, stir.
- STEP 4: Add the broth and boil.
- Add the beef or chicken broth and stir. (before lowering the heat to a simmer)Over low to low-medium heat, bring soup to a boil. For 10 to 12 minutes, allow simmering.
- Make it a cheeseburger in Step 5.
- Add cream, cheese, salt, and pepper after taking the pan off the heat.
- Step 6: Add the toppings for a hamburger.
- Make a keto bacon cheeseburger soup by adding crumbled bacon, tomato slices, and lettuce shreds to the bowl.
It’s possible that you haven’t heard of cheeseburger soup if you’re not American. With ground beef, shredded cheddar, and other components are commonly seen on a burger, this sort of soup is highly well-liked. This keto cheeseburger soup is just like eating a cheeseburger in a bowl of creamy broth, as the name implies. Given that it is warm and soothing, this dish is ideal for a chilly winter day. A classic American comfort food, this recipe for creamy, rich, low-carb cheeseburger soup is great for the whole family.
Without flour, how can soup be thickened?
The arrowroot powder, heavy cream, and cheese thicken this soup. You can use arrowroot powder, a form of starch, in place of flour. It can be used to thicken liquids, as we are doing in this recipe, or in baking. You only need a tiny quantity of arrowroot powder to produce a thick soup because it thickens seven times more than flour does. Since arrowroot powder has no flavor, your soup will seem transparent. So that you can enjoy more of the flavors in each mouthful, your other key ingredients, such the tender ground beef, smoky bacon, and cheese, can stand out.
Amount Per Serving
Total Carbs 3.6g
Net Carbs 3.1g
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