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Curried Parsnip Soup (Gluten Free)

I made this for lunch recently and everyone loved it even my friends kids.

It is an unusual soup that is well worth making esp as it is really quick and cheap to make, it took me 20 minutes from start to finish and cost less than €4 for 2 litres.

You can use a spicy or mild curry powder depending on your tastes, I used a mild one as with the added chilli it was spicy enough for me.

This recipe was inspired by Derek, a fellow chef I used to work with, he is big into clean living and raw foods. You can check out his Facebook page by clicking on the images below or go to his website www.thelivekitchen.net

Ingredients

Allergens : Gluten Free
Parsnips - 3 good sized ones
Onion - 1
Garlic Cloves - 2
Fresh Ginger - 1 inch sized piece
Curry Powder (as mild or hot as you like) - 4 tbsp
Ground Cumin - 1 tbsp
Fresh Chilli - 1
Good Sized Potatoes - 4
Vegetable Stock Cube - 1 or 2
Black Pepper from a mill - few twists
Honey - 2 tbsp
Water - 2ltrs
Cream (optional) - 100ml
Lime Zest (optional) - 1 lime
Paprika or Cayenne Pepper to decorate - pinch

Instructions

1
Getting Ready... You will need - 1 sharp knife, 1 chopping board, medium pot, stick blender and measuring spoons
2
Peel the parsnips, and onions then chop into cubes no bigger than the bottom of your stick blender.
3
Peel and chop the potatoes into little cubes and add these too.
4
Add them to the pot with the water the peel then garlic and ginger and add these as well.
5
Bring to the boil then add the cumin, honey and curry powder along with 1 stock cube and the black pepper.
6
Simmer for 15 minutes then blend with the stick blender.
7
Finely chop the chilli then add to the soup, simmer for a few minutes then add the cream and lime zest if using them. Taste, if you think it needs it then add the second stock cube and mix in well till it dissolves then taste again, serve with a little paprika or cayenne pepper sprinkled over the top.
    • Susan
    • 15th April 2017
    Reply

    Hi, just wondering when the honey is added – its in the ingredients but not in the method? Thanks,

    1. Add it in step 5. I have edited the recipe there now so include it.

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