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Winter Vegetable Medley Soup


There’s something very comforting about a good medley of winter vegetables. The potato, parsnip, carrot, pumpkin mix all scream cozy days, pending Christmas and roast dinners. But while I really like the medley of winter vegetables, I don’t always feel like a roast dinner or even just like eating roast vegetables, so I decided to take my favourite winter vegetables and turn them into a delicious Winter Vegetable Medley Soup.  (And it may only be September and not even winter, but I am wearing a jumper, fluffy pyjama bottoms and eyeing the boiler trying to decide if I should put the heating on!)Winter Vegetable Medley Soup

Surprisingly, I find this turns into quite a sweet soup, compliments I guess, of the carrots and parsnips. You can use any mixture of winter veg you wish, but I just buy the Waitrose Winter Vegetable Medley which contains 30% sweet potato, 25% carrot, 25% parsnips, 17% shallots and smoked paprika, garlic, cayenne, thyme and black pepper.


Winter Vegetable Medley Soup
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Recipe type: Soup
Serves: 2
  • 1 Onion
  • 1 Garlic Clove
  • Dash of Olive Oil
  • 600g Winter Vegetable Medley
  • 2 cups liquid chicken or vegetable stock (or a stock cube and two cups of water)
  • A couple of sprigs of rosemary and thyme
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  1. Cut the onion in half and add it and the garlic clove to the Thermomix.
  2. Add a splash of olive oil and mix Speed 4/ 10 Seconds, then 100C/speed ⅔ minutes.
  3. Next, add the winter veg and cook 15 minutes/Varoma/speed 3
  4. Add the herbs
  5. For a chunky soup, mix Speed 4/10 seconds or for a smooth soup, mix speed 5/30 seconds
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 cup Calories: 583 Fat: 34 Carbohydrates: 48 Sugar: 27 Sodium: 74 Protein: 12

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