Warm Up This Winter with Quality SoupsOctober 14, 2019 8:10 pm Leave your thoughts
Few things can warm you up like a delicious bowl of homemade soup. This winter, keep the chill away with a steaming-hot soup made fresh in our kitchen. We pack our soups with tasty ingredients and good-for-you foods, making our deli the perfect stop for soups during winter in Williamsport, PA.
Consider the following methods we use to create the best soups in town. You don’t want to miss out on this ideal warm-up this winter!
Build flavor with aromatics
A good soup is created with flavor-adding ingredients. We include these aromatics, such as celery, onion and garlic, to infuse our soups with taste-bud-pleasing flavors. Of course, the proper methods must also be implemented to get the most enhanced flavor possible from these veggies. We sauté the vegetables with a bit of butter and cook them the perfect amount of time to soften them and release the flavor, without losing their nutrients through overcooking.
Chop to just-right sizes
As we fill our soups with hearty vegetables, we are careful to cut them to the right size. They should be appropriate for spoonful-sized bites. Our kitchen creates just-right ingredients to make soups that are fun and easy to eat.
Add just a dash
Too often, food is overly salted. To achieve the right amount of sodium in soups during winter in Williamsport, PA, the chef has to take into account the amount of salt that is already present in each ingredient. At Tony’s Delicatessen & Fresh Meats, we make it a habit to add these final seasonings at the end, adjusting the salt taste as needed. This allows us to avoid making overly salty soups. The result is a better-tasting and better-for-you meal.
Let it simmer
The heating method for making soup is just as important as the ingredients that go into it. If you boil the soup too quickly and harshly, the vegetables turn to mush, the meat gets tough and any noodles in the recipe are ruined. The secret is to find a good simmering point and keep the soup there for an extended period of time.
Save the noodles
Because overcooking can ruin noodles, some cooks are tempted to prepare this ingredient separately from the rest of the soup. This is a mistake. When cooked separately, the noodles are unable to soak up the flavor of the soup. For the best results, we add noodles as the final ingredient. This allows the noodles to cook just until tender and incorporate perfectly with the rest of the soup.
Stop in today
For the best soups during winter in Williamsport, PA, visit Tony’s Delicatessen & Fresh Meats. Family owned and operated, we’ve been the premier fresh and local market and grocer serving Williamsport and the surrounding communities since 1977. We specialize in freshly delicious soups, cut meats, imported cheeses, spread trays, homemade baked goods and fresh-cut vegetable and fruit trays. We offer full-service catering for weddings, business events, graduations, funerals, parties and other special occasions. We know how to create a memorable menu. Visit us today to taste the difference.
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