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« on: February 09, 2012 02:31:49 AM »

Hi! I recently started a vegetarian cookery blog and I wanted to share one or two of my recipes with you! This was my most recent recipe - honey roasted parsnip soup.

This soup seriously makes me think of Christmas - so it's perfect for a freezing cold February evening (anyone else in Europe? What's going on here?!) when you're wondering why winter even bothers existing at all.



Recipe time!!

Serves 2

300g parsnips, peeled (approx. 1 large parsnip)
200g potatoes, peeled (approx 3 small potatoes)
1 medium onion
2tbsp sunflower oil
2tbsp honey
1tsp dried thyme
1 stock cube
Black pepper
~500ml boiling water
Bread, to serve

Preheat the oven to 200C (Gas Mark 6 / 400F).

Chop the parsnips and potatoes into fairly small chunks or sticks, and lay out on a large baking tray. Slice the onion into wedges, and add this to the tray. Coat with the oil, and drizzle with 1tbsp honey. Put the tray in the oven.

After around 25 minutes, remove from the oven to stir. Add a little more honey, and the dried thyme. Return to the oven for a further 15 minutes.

Remove from the oven once the vegetables are soft and beginning to crisp up.

Transfer the vegetables to a blender. Pour a dash of boiling water onto the baking tray, and use a spatula to deglaze the pan. Add this to the blender, along with the stock cube and plenty of black pepper.

Blend the soup, adding as much boiling water as you need to get the consistency you desire - perhaps around 500ml.

Serve warm with fresh bread.
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« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2012 05:44:31 AM »

This sounds so good!
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