Gordon Ramsay's cream of cauliflower soup

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Gordon Ramsay's cream of cauliflower soup
Gordon Ramsay's cream of cauliflower soup
  • Serves: 8

  • Total time:

  • Skill level: Easy peasy

  • Costs: Cheap as chips

Gordon Ramsay's cream of cauliflower soup is a creamy and comforting soup, perfect for the winter months. As a starter to a three-course Christmas menu, you will only need to serve a small portion, but this is also a great warming soup to have for lunch with some good bread after a walk on a chilly day. This delicious soup takes 30 mins to make and is perfect if you fancy something a little different for lunch or as a starter. This easy soup recipe brings cauliflower, potato, onion and a rich cream based stock together to make one mouth-watering bowl of warming soup. Once you've tried Gordon Ramsay's cream of cauliflower soup you'll want to make it time and time again.


  • 1 large or 2 medium cauliflower(s), about 1.2kg
  • 25g butter
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 large potato, about 250g, peeled and roughly chopped
  • 1 onion, peeled and chopped
  • 1.2 litres chicken or vegetable stock
  • 400ml whole milk
  • 100ml double cream


  • 2 tbsp olive oil or goose fat
  • 2 slices day-old country-style bread, about 50g, cut into cubes

To finish

  • Truffle-infused oil, to drizzle

For a special touch, look out for truffle-infused oil in suprmarket and delis. It's not cheap but it lasts a while. See more healthy homemade soups

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Can you freeze this soup once cooked?


He wouldn't use synthetic truffle oil, but he would use truffle infused oil.


Gordon Ramsay wouldn't put truffle oil on any of his dishes

Sue Lyth Saltburn

Excellent just what you need on a cold day


My friends and i also had this at claridges.. it was amazing. If people go there i recommend getting the chefs table. Great experience!

Lucinda Stockton

I had this at Claridges last Wednesday and my friend and I have been salivating about it ever since! It's a must make.

Spell Binder

Oops, I meant runnier not funnier! :/

Spell Binder

I just finished making this about an hour ago. My mum wanted to try cauliflower soup, so I looked on here and found Gordon.r's one to be the most attractive looking recipe from all the other cauliflower soup recipes on this site as it requires less ingredients and seemed simple enough to make. I tried it out, n it tastes really good ( even if I do say so myself!), but I changed it around a little, but followed the recipe religiously just adding here n there. I added a little bit of cumin powder, coriander powder, paprika powder ( all 1/2 tsp), and 1/4 tsp chilli powder along with salt and pepper when the recipe stated add seasoning. This gave the soup depth. And to make the stock I used 3 veg oxo cubes for 1.2 litres of water. Dont b scared that it'll be too strong, it actually tastes just right! Overall, this is a brilliant, tasty and easy recipe that I'd definitely recommend and will use again!. Good one Gordon!;) It is quite thick, so if you want it a little funnier, add more water/milk at the end.

Sylvia Carr

have just started making soup tried cauliflower, tomato, chicken easy to cook and tastier then tinned sylvia

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If you would like to save paper. Just get a screen grabber programme,like Screen Saver deluxe. loved the soup I made. Just added a spoonfull of sugar


having just recently joined the "good to know" website I have found that the recipe ideas to be very usefull....however could you ask your programmer to look at getting the recipes (where possible) on to one A4 page I have printed off a few and find the wast of paper annoying, and wasteful example........Gordon Ramseys cream of cauliflower soup

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