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Cream Of Carrots And Ginger Soup

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Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 30 minutes

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More effort


Serves 3

I am not a big fan of boiled carrots but this soup surprised me...delicious and healthy, with or without croutons if you are on a diet :)

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  • - 3 small potatoes
  • - 5 carrots
  • - celeriac(a slice 2 fingers thick)
  • - one onion
  • - one tbsp grated ginger
  • - one garlic clove
  • - fresh parsley
  • - salt and pepper


  1. Chop and fry the onion it in a bit of oil until soft and golden.

  2. When the onion is cooked add the rest of the chopped vegetables and cover with water. Add a pinch of salt and pepper and let it simmer on a low heat until soft.

  3. When the soup starts to boil add the grated ginger and crushed garlic.

  4. Test the vegetables from time to time to see if they are soft. Once they are ready place them in a separate bowl mash everything preferably with a mixer to give a smoother texture. I added the chopped parsley before blending the vegetables but if you prefer sprinkle some just before serving.

  5. If the soup is too thick add some of the water used to cook the vegetables. Serve with croutons. ENJOY!!!

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