Food & Drink Parsnip soup: a recipe for creamy parsnip and apple soup

18:05  05 september  2020
18:05  05 september  2020 Source:   realhomes.com

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This recipe is a really popular in our family, easy to make and tastes delicious! Ingredients - 25g butter, 1tbsp sunflower oil, 2 medium onions chopped

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Is there a dish more warming and autumnal than parsnip soup? We think not and certainly look forward to a big steaming bowl of it after a chilly walk. This recipe doesn't just make the most of one of the season's finest pieces of produce, but includes fresh apple, too.

If you have a veg garden, from late autumn start to dig up your crop of parsnips, to combine with apples picked from the orchard in this sweet, creamy and velvety parsnip and apple soup. It really is home grown harvest food at its best.

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Nutritional Information. Creamy Roasted Parsnip Soup . Servings Per Recipe : 10 Calories: 187.1. Definitely my fave soup recipe of the season so far. I omit the brown sugar and the allspice, and I sometimes throw in some cubed leftover baked potatoes to the puree stage (just use my good old

500g of parsnip , 1 onion, 2 granny smith apples , 50g of butter, 1000ml of semi-skimmed milk, 150ml of single cream , salt, ground white pepper, parmesan, or vegetarian hard cheese, grated to taste, crusty bread.

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  • Specials thanks to the National Trust for sharing this parsnip and apple soup recipe with us.

How to make parsnip and apple soup

Prep: 15 minutes

Cooking: 1 hour

Serves 6


  • 30ml vegetable oil
  • 200g chopped onion
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 tsp ground nutmeg
  • 800g parsnip, peeled and chopped
  • 300g apples, peeled, cored and sliced
  • 10g vegetable bouillon
  • Pinch salt and pepper
  • 80ml cold pressed rapeseed oil
  • 10g fresh sage, finely chopped


1. Heat the oil in a large pan, add the onion, garlic and nutmeg and sauté for 5–10 minutes until softened.

2. Add the parsnips and the apples and sauté for another 5–10 minutes.

3. Dissolve the bouillon in a litre of boiling water and add to the pan. Cover the pan and bring to the boil. Add enough additional water to cover the vegetables and bring back to the boil. Simmer gently for 20 minutes or until the parsnips and apples have softened.

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Naturally gluten free, this creamy parsnip and apple soup is a delicious one pot recipe with minimal ingredients, but loads of flavour! This parsnip and apple soup recipe was original posted in July 2015 and has been updated with new photos and recipe details.

Parsnip and Apple Soup . 3 Reviews. ADD YOUR REVIEW. For convenience, you can prepare the soup up to two days ahead and chill. Reheat and garnish just before serving. Tangy yogurt and smoky bacon provide a nice counterpoint and finishing touch.

4. Remove the pan from the heat and leave to cool slightly, then blitz with a stick blender until the mixture is smooth. Add enough water to achieve a smooth consistency and season with salt and pepper.

5. Place the oil and sage in a saucepan over a medium heat and continue to warm through until the sage begins to sizzle.

6. Remove the saucepan from the heat and leave to cool. Drizzle the oil over the parsnip soup when you serve. Why not have a go at baking your own focaccia to dip in the velvety soup – yum!

Other ways to cook parsnips

We love this soup and it freezes well if you make a big batch to use up your harvest. But, if you have loads of parsnips and want more ideas on how to use them, then here are a few:

  • Curried parsnip soup – another tasty soup recipe with warming curry powder. Just fry onions, garlic, ginger and parsnips with two tablespoons of curry powder before adding stock and boiling until the flavours have infused. Blend to your desired consistency.
  • Parsnip and blue cheese nut roast – parsnip is a delicious way to bulk out a nut roast. We make ours with diced and roasted parsnip, roast chestnuts, hazelnuts, onions, mushrooms and blue cheese. A few breadcrumbs help hold it all together and a bit of sage is the perfect herb for added flavour.
  • Parsnip crispshomemade crisps feel a little less naughty than scoffing a whole sharing bag. They are easy to make, but you need good slicing skills.

Tips on harvesting parsnips

Parsnips will be ready to harvest from late autumn until the end of January. They can be left in the ground and lifted a few roots at a time as required. In fact, they will have a sweeter flavour if left in the ground until the frosts as this converts the starch in the roots into sugars - even better for your parsnip soup recipe.

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1.Peel and chop the apples , parsnips and onion. 2.Heat the oil and saute the onion (optional) 3.Add remaining ingredients. You may need to top up with a little If you make this soup please let me know in the comments how you got on! Please subscribe to my YouTube channel for more cooking recipes !

Loosen the soil around the roots with a fork before lifting to avoid damaging the roots.

If you don't  want to leave them in the ground then store, your parsnips in damp soil, peat or sand, in a cool place, such as a shed, garage or greenhouse.

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