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Winter Root Soup – Nourishing Traditions

Yummy vegetables before blending!

Ingredients:

3 medium onions, peeled and chopped

2 leeks, washed, trimmed, and sliced

4 carrots, peeled and sliced

2 turnips, peeled and sliced

1 rutabaga, peeled and sliced

3 parsnips, peeled and sliced

4 tablespoons butter

1 1/2 quarts chicken stock

several thyme sprigs, tied together

4 cloves garlic, peeled and mashed

pinch cayenne pepper (to taste)

sea salt or fish sauce (to taste)

pinch of nutmeg (to taste)

piima cream or creme fraiche (optional)

Method:

Melt butter in a large, stainless steel pot and add onions, leeks, carrots, turnips, rutabaga, and parsnips.  cover and cook gently about 1/2 hour over low heat, stirring occasionally.  Add stock, bring to a boil, and skim  Add garlic, thyme, and cayenne.  Simmer, covered, for about 1/2 hour until the vegetables are soft.

Remove thyme and purée soup with handheld blender  Season to taste.  If soup is too thick, thin with a little water.  Ladle into heated owls and serve with cultured cream.

Blogger’s notes:

  • Don’t fret if you can’t find all the ingredients!  I have made this many times with only portions of the vegetables and it turns out delicious!
  • Nourishing Traditions often recommends cultured cream as a serving suggestion.  I rarely include when executing the recipe.
  • Don’t have thyme sprigs?  Make a seasoning satchel with cheesecloth and twine.
  • No immersion blender?  Use your countertop blender and purĂ©e the soup in batches.

Posted: 2-4-2018

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Ingredients:

3 medium onions, peeled and chopped

2 leeks, washed, trimmed, and sliced

4 carrots, peeled and sliced

2 turnips, peeled and sliced

1 rutabaga, peeled and sliced

3 parsnips, peeled and sliced

4 tablespoons butter

1 1/2 quarts chicken stock

several thyme sprigs, tied together

4 cloves garlic, peeled and mashed

pinch cayenne pepper (to taste)

sea salt or fish sauce (to taste)

pinch of nutmeg (to taste)

piima cream or creme fraiche (optional)

Method:

Melt butter in a large, stainless steel pot and add onions, leeks, carrots, turnips, rutabaga, and parsnips.  cover and cook gently about 1/2 hour over low heat, stirring occasionally.  Add stock, bring to a boil, and skim  Add garlic, thyme, and cayenne.  Simmer, covered, for about 1/2 hour until the vegetables are soft.

Remove thyme and purée soup with handheld blender  Season to taste.  If soup is too thick, thin with a little water.  Ladle into heated owls and serve with cultured cream.

Blogger's notes:
  • Don't fret if you can't find all the ingredients!  I have made this many times with only portions of the vegetables and it turns out delicious!
  • Nourishing Traditions often recommends cultured cream as a serving suggestion.  I rarely include when executing the recipe.
  • Don't have thyme sprigs?  Make a seasoning satchel with cheesecloth and twine.
  • No immersion blender?  Use your countertop blender and purĂ©e the soup in batches.
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  • Don't fret if you can't find all the ingredients!  I have made this many times with only portions of the vegetables and it turns out delicious!
  • Nourishing Traditions often recommends cultured cream as a serving suggestion.  I rarely include when executing the recipe.
  • Don't have thyme sprigs?  Make a seasoning satchel with cheesecloth and twine.
  • No immersion blender?  Use your countertop blender and purĂ©e the soup in batches.
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  • Don't fret if you can't find all the ingredients!  I have made this many times with only portions of the vegetables and it turns out delicious!
  • Nourishing Traditions often recommends cultured cream as a serving suggestion.  I rarely include when executing the recipe.
  • Don't have thyme sprigs?  Make a seasoning satchel with cheesecloth and twine.
  • No immersion blender?  Use your countertop blender and purĂ©e the soup in batches.
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