It's six months later and I've eaten almost all of my Lock-Down Supplies. In fact, things are looking so well that some folks have up and gotten rid of their Survival Faire. Meaning, I recently was gifted (albeit, indirectly) a small collection (please, call it a stash, cache, or hoard) of Hard Tack Staples, including a half-dozen cans of Condensed Soup.
And having eaten a few cans of Condensed Soup, it's time to trick it out a little. Of course, the real trick in all this is the use of a Stick Blender to disguise what I am doing and hide my tracks.
- 1 Can Condensed Vegetable Soup
- I care not the brand.
- And although I could be paid to pretend that I do care, I doubt that will ever be the actual case.
- That said, there are two Semi Super Premium Brands that I do avoid, as I don't like the flavouring.
- 1 Can Water
- Part of me says to skip the water next time to make the soup more flavourful.
- While another part of me wants to add another cup of water right now to make the soup a bit more drinkable.
- 1 Can Carrots
- These were part of my pre-existing personal supply.
- Spiced To Taste
- Black Pepper
- A few turns
- Red Pepper
- A few flakes
- Curry Powder
- All the flavour came from the Curry Powder.
- Maybe a half teaspoon worth.
I thought this would work. And it did. It's really quite tasty. And I could see doing something similar for a High End Restaurant. Sure, they'd probably start with Raw Carrots. But it took me no more than ten minutes from start to finish, including the time to heat it up. So, pardon me if I don't bother working it up from scratch.
This trick is a winner.
Dinner Is Served!
Maybe, I will try a similar dish with Canned Peas, tomorrow.