Keeping your soup warm in the cold weather

A soup is an easy food to make, especially in the rainy season. And it’s easy to get cold if you do not know how to present it. Keeping the soup warm for a long time, for example for a buffet-style dinner, can be quite difficult. Also when the rainy season arrives. Meanwhile, you may need to take a look at the best thermos for soup as well.

Here’s how to keep the soup always warm, as reviewed Ehow:

1. Pour the hot soup into the electric heater, if any. Set with the lowest temperature or usually written “warm”. This helps keep the soup warm even without being cooked fast.

Leave the soup covered to prevent the sauce from evaporating and checking regularly to make sure the soup is hot enough. If it decreases, add extra water remaining into the electric heater.

2. Let the soup stay in the pot if you do not have an electric heater. Leave the pot on the stove, but turn off the heat. Unless it has a large pot of soup, you should set the fire burner with the lowest heat.

Allow the pan to spoon so the soup does not evaporate. Every now and then you need to light a stove fire or depend on the need for hot soup. Do not forget while stirring.

3. Preheat oven with the lowest temperature setting if you do not have an electric heater or do not want to let the soup on the stove. Pour the soup into a heat-resistant dish, place it in the oven with a heater setting and turn off the oven. The rest of the heat will keep the soup warm. If you can, do not open the oven too often to keep the heat out.

Despite the fact that the soup may be reheated by using various ways, it’s not recommended for you to warming a bowl of soup over and over again. Aside from reducing its nutrients (especially for vegetables), it may have become too stale for you to reheat it again.