What is the first thing you think of you when you hear the word slime? Slugs? Snakes? Nickelodeon? Now you can add soup to the list! For part two of my Halloween food series, I made slime soup. Sounds disgusting, looks worse, but the taste is divine. How do you make slime soup? It’s quite simple and one of those recipes you can probably make with items you probably have handy in your cupboard and freezer.
[schema type=”recipe” name=”Slime Soup ” author=”Lisa M Frame ” pubdate=”2009-10-14″ description=”Slime Soup is an ooey gooey green pea soup sure to tantalize the taste buds of little ghouls and goblins coming in after a hard evening or tricking and getting treats.” prepmins=”5″ cookmins=”30″ yield=”6″ ingrt_1=”3 C. Vegetable Stock (I prefer Whole Foods 365)” ingrt_2=”20 oz Frozen Green Peas ” ingrt_3=”1 Mozzarella Ball ” ingrt_4=”1 Scallion. (I use a large scallion. Not a green onion.)” instructions=”Heat stock to boiling. Add peas and scallion. Cook until done, about 3-5 minutes. Break apart mozzarella ball. Use food processor or stick blender to blend all ingredients together. Let heat again to incorporate the cheese fully and melt it. If you prefer more texture, use the food processor, but make sure to do it in small batches, or you could get burned. ” ]