Recipe Source: Street Kitchen Blog
If I see a soup served in a little round bread, it always reminds me of the little, traditional restaurants in the countryside with white walls, thatched roofs and red Pelargoniums.
But what is inside these little round bread could be a nice part of the meal when you have guests since the ingredients are very simple and a kind of cheap, but the taste of the veggies, cheese and premium lager together... amazing combination! And if you are brave enough to bake your own bread that you can use as serving 'bowls', your guests and your family will be dazzled. I suggest you try it, there is nothing to lose... in the worst case your guests will eat the soup from plates.
I baked the bread a day before my guests arrived, but carved them and put them in the oven for a few minutes before I served the fresh soup.
When you eat the hot soup, you can carve some crust together with a spoonful of soup from the inner wall of your bread... so the bread won't be wasted, because everyone can eat it together with their soup. Fantastic!