Cream of pea soup with tofu and mint

Practicooking. The kitchen as a meeting point

Cream of pea soup with tofu and mint Cream of pea soup with tofu and mint play

Although peas are not usually a child's favorite food, this vibrantly colored dish will surprise everyone. With Practicooking you will get your kids involved in what they eat and can make the kitchen a fun and healthy place to be. This Fundación MAPFRE and Fundación Dani García initiative hopes to encourage new eating habits for your family.

Time it takes to make the recipe3h30min Number of diners3 people Difficulty of the recipeMedium Minimum age for children to help in its preparation8-10 years old
Allergens - Soy  Allergens - Lactose

For the vegetables:
• 100g of mild olive oil
• 200g of leek
• 210g carrots
• 300g of tomato
• 1g of rosemary
• 1g of thyme

  1. Put the oil in a saucepan and fry the onion until soft.
  2. Then add the diced carrots and leek and leave until fully cooked
  3. Next add the diced tomato and cook until there is no liquid left.
  4. Set aside, we now have 400g of cooked vegetables.

For the chicken stock: 
• 700g of carcasses
• 800g of wings
• 400g of cooked vegetables
• 60g of garlic
• 5 liters of water

  1. Roast the carcasses and the wings in an oven at 180º for 20 minutes.
  2. Place the carcasses and wings in a deep cooking pot and cook over a low heat together with the cooked vegetables and the water.
  3. Let it boil for 2 hours. Once the 2 hours have passed, strain the mixture and remove the carcasses and wings, setting aside the stock.
  4. We have made 2.5 liters of chicken stock.

For the cream of pea soup: 
• 450g of chicken stock
• 225g of frozen peas or fresh peas if in season
• 50g of sour cream
• 6g of salt
• 1g of mint leaves

  1. Blend the frozen peas with the recently boiled chicken stock (you can also use vegetable stock) and the mint. If you are using a Thermomix, 5 minutes at maximum speed.
  2. Once fully blended, strain with a chinois strainer and add salt to taste.
  3. Set aside.
  4. Lastly add a tablespoon or two of sour cream which will give it a smoother taste and make it tastier for children.
  5. We now have 600g of cream of pea soup.

• Diced tofu of 3x3 cm
• Spearmint shoots
• Extra virgin olive oil

Cream of pea soup with tofu and mint
  1. Put a little bit of sour cream on one side of the bottom of the bowl and press a handful of peas on top to prevent them from slipping around the bowl.
  2. Pour in the soup without completely covering the peas.
  3. Pour in a dash of extra virgin olive oil.
  4. Decorate with mint shoots and the diced tofu.