I HAD to try this recipe submitted by Marina Unger.. it is an authentic wartime root vegetable soup recipe and let me tell you, I had this for breakfast this morning and she is right…. it’s YUMMY!
Yummy and super easy, very filling soup recipe for you. Cooked it today to take the chill out of our rainy weather!
1 swede (turnip in North America), 2-3 carrots, 2-3 parsnips, half an onion, two potatoes, 1 litre stock, sprinkling of fresh parsley. Dice all veggies (peel the swede) and add to stock. Bring to a boil and cook until veggies are tender. Puree if desired (I did) and sprinkle with parsley before serving 🙂
Glad you liked it!
I think a swede is called a rutabaga in N America, at least where I am. Sometimes labled “yellow turnip.” A regular turnip is often smaller and has purple skin.
looks yummy -love parsnip and Swede! Did l mention that my grandfather was born in Sweden ?
Swede is a rutabaga in N America. Turnip is something of a different feather. 🙂
Soup for breakfast??
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Hahaha yes!!! 🙂